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Research impact and visibility: ORCID Identifier

ORCID identifier

According to Open Science Guidelines in the Tampere higher education community -document (pdf), each researcher should acquire an international ORCID researcher identifier and use it in all scientific activities.

ORCID is an open, international and community-based persistent digital identifier that can be used in many different services and systems. The identifier will provide you with a permanent and unique digital identifier, series of numbers that will distinguish you from other researchers. 

What is ORCID? from ORCID on Vimeo.

Maintain your profile and add your missing publications to ORCID if you notice your profile is incomplete or you have changed your affiliation. Instructions for importing publications from different databases can be found in pdf-file above.

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ORCID researcher iD

  • enables identifying researchers across organisations
  • can also be linked to other types of researcher IDs. When this feature is activated in the ORCID service, information about an author’s publications will be automatically transferred from reference databases (Web of Science, Scopus) to their ORCID profile.
  • ORCID identifier will follow the researcher during their entire career, from one affiliation to another and from one country to another.
  • enables searching publications in Web of Science and Scopus

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Add and connect your ORCID with CRIS

ORCID-identifier is important to connect with TUNICRIS.

ORCID-CRIS -integration is possible with TUNICRIS, when works will be updated automatically to ORCID.

Read instructions to add and connect your ORCID with TUNICRIS:



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