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For questions, please contact Lene Hald at lha.lib@cbs.dk or CBS Library Bibliometric team at metrics.lib@cbs.dk

Register for an ORCID ID

Ready to register for an ORCID ID?

Click on the link and follow the instructions:

https://orcid.org/register

NB! In addition to your CBS-email address, please add a private e-mail address, as it can be difficult to recover your account if you change organization and work e-mail address. You can easily make one or both e-mail addresses private from public view.

CBS and ORCID

 CBS and ORCID

ORCID is a not-for-profit organization, sustained by member organizations (learn more).

CBS supports ORCID and encourages CBS researchers to register for ORCID IDs. CBS Library is an ORCID-member, and is also represented in the Danish ORCID consortium.

What is ORCID?

ORCID

ORCID provides researchers with a unique identifier – an ORCID iD – plus a mechanism for linking their research outputs and activities to their ORCID iD. ORCID is integrated into many systems used by publishers, funders, institutions, and other research-related services.

Watch this 4-minute video to learn more:

ORCID

Why register for an ORCiD ID?

  1. An ORCID ID reliably connects you with your works, awards, and affiliations.
  2. Having an ORCID ID is a requirement of many journal manuscript submission systems and grant application forms.
  3. ORCID solves the issue of name ambiguity, and alleviates mistaken identity.
  4. Reduces form-filling: you enter data once, have it reused often
  5. You own and control your record, managing what information is connected and how it is shared.
  6. ORCID improves recognition and discoverability for you and your research outputs
  7. An ORCID ID is persistent: you can use it throughout your research career
  8. It’s easy to register, and to use and connect your ORCID with your affiliations, works, and awards.

Import your publications to ORCID

Once you have registered for an ORCID ID, you need to add your publications. You can do that manually, or you can import them from different sources:

  • Import publications from PURE (CBS' research database): Ask us by e-mail and we will send you a bib.tex-file that you can upload.
  • Automatically import publications from sources such as Scopus or Web of Science by using the "Search & link"-functoin. Below is a video tutorial that shows you how.

Need help with your ORCID ID?

Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have questions.

You can also consult this page for helpful articles and video tutorials: https://orcid.org/help