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:
- Connect your ORCID to UNLV Folio to make your FAAR more manageable
- Connect SciENcv with ORCID to apply for NSF and NIH grants
- Use Dimensions to add previously funded grants to your ORCID record
- Connect with Pivot to search for new grants
- Connect your ACE account with ORCID for one login and password
- Use the ORCID@UNLV Guide to learn about more ways to connect your iD
- Schedule a consultation for help getting the most out of your ORCID record
- Share your ORCID iD in your email, social media and academic profile accounts, on your website, and more to showcase your OA research
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.