ORCID describes connections and provides pointers to source documents. As a community-driven organization, we consulted early on with users of the ORCID Registry and APIs, as well as subject-matter experts, to determine what metadata should be stored in the Registry related to publications and other works. Their recommendations were to keep it simple. (Note: Dublin Core and other metadata schema do include fields for storing ORCID identifiers.)
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?