You or your colleagues may register for an ORCID ID and create and ORCID record. You are welcome to participate in an ORCID Working Group and support our outreach, membership, or technical developments. Your organization may become a member of ORCID and integrate ORCID identifiers into key research workflows. With membership also comes the opportunity to nominate an organizational representative to serve on the ORCID Board.
Articles in this section
- How do I or how does my organization get involved with ORCID?
- How do I become an ORCID member? Are there fees involved?
- How are new features decided?
- How do I get the public data file?
- What can I do if I have concerns about data in the Registry?
- What technology powers ORCID?
- What is your data model?
- What is the relationship between ISNI and ORCID?
- What is the relationship between the ORCID Initiative and ORCID, Inc.?
- Why do organizations use ORCID records?