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ORCID and other researcher identifiers  

This guide gives an overview of unique author identifiers. It also gives information about the implementation of ORCID at Stellenbosch University.
Last Updated: Feb 17, 2017 URL: http://libguides.sun.ac.za/ORCID Print Guide RSS Updates

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Please contact your faculty librarian or Research Commons staff if you have any questions about ORCID.

Workshops presented in 2017:

Thursday 16 March, please register here

Thursday 20 April, please register here

Tuesday 25 July, please register here

Thursday 14 September, please register here

WORKSHOP POWERPOINT  (PDF version)

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ORCID implementation at SU

You are invited to create your ORCID iD and connect it with your Stellenbosch University unique identifier.  Please click on the button below. If you already have an ORCID iD, please sign in to your account from the button below and connect your iD with your SU iD. (It is advised to use your sun.ac.za e-mail address to create your iD)

Although ORCID is free for anyone to register, Stellenbosch University Library and Information Service saw the need to subscribe as an institutional member to take advantage of the full features of ORCID, such as integrating with researcher information systems, the institutional repository (SUNScholar), grants and contracts and HR systems. An invitation e-mail was distributed to all academic staff, researchers and postgraduate students to ask them to create their ORCID iDs and connect it to their Stellenbosch University identity. Those who already have an ORCID iD, could only sign in to their ORCID account and then connect it to their SU identity. 

Researchers are welcome to proceed to create their iDs, populate it with their own publications, biographies, etc. and explore what it can do for a researcher. Your ORCID iD will belong to you throughout your scholarly career to distinguish you from other researchers and ensure consistent, reliable attribution of your work.

 
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