Use your ORCID iD to support open access scholarship

Did you know that having and using an ORCID iD can help support your open access scholarship? ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor Identifier) is a 16-digit number that distinguishes you from other researchers, ensuring your work is recognized. ORCID is increasingly required by funders and publishers, including open access publishers. 

At UNLV, you can:

If you have any questions about ORCID, publishing Open Access, or how to increase the reach of your scholarship, email Christina Miskey, Scholarly Communication Librarian for Research Infrastructure, or Andrea Wirth, Interim Head of Scholarly Communication and Data Services. 

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