ORCID Initiative @ CMU-Scholarly Communications - Carnegie Mellon University

ORCID Initiative @ CMU

The University Libraries are leading an initiative to acquire ORCID identifiers for all CMU researchers, including faculty, post-docs, and graduate students.  Two pilot ORCID acquisition projects are planned.  The first will acquire ORCIDs for selected CMU researchers in Qatar.  The second, tentatively scheduled for fall semester 2014, will acquire ORCIDs for researchers in CIT .  ORCIDs will be acquired for other CMU researchers at a later date, following completion of the pilots.

Long term plans include integrating ORCID IDs into other campus systems, including the Sponsored Programs and Research Compliance System (SPARCS) and Research Showcase @ CMU.

If you have questions about the ORCID Initiative @ CMU, contact Denise Troll Covey, Scholarly Communications Librarian.

What is ORCID? Why should I care?

Why should I have an ORCID ID? What’s in it for me?

What does ORCID membership do for CMU?

What does ORCID membership do for funding agencies?

How do I get an ORCID ID?

What if I already have an ORCID ID?

How do I know if I have an ORCID ID?

Will the Libraries create an ORCID ID for me?

How do I add email addresses to my ORCID profile?

How do I claim the ORCID ID the Libraries create for me?

What if I end up with multiple ORCID IDs?

What information will the Libraries give ORCID about me?

Who can see my ORCID profile? How do I set access controls?

When will I use my ORCID ID?

Who manages my ORCID profile?

Will my ORCID profile populate automatically with my research output?

How do I import my citations into ORCID?

How can I receive email notifications of new ORCID integrations?

Can I manually add citations to my ORCID profile?

Is ORCID just for articles?

Do ORCID profiles support citations in non-Latin scripts?

What happens to my ORCID if I leave Carnegie Mellon?

I want to support ORCID. Can I purchase ORCID schwag?

I don’t want an ORCID ID. Can I opt out of the Libraries creating an ORCID ID for me?