March 22, 2019
Introducing our integration with ORCID identifiers
As an early-career researcher, getting exposure and attribution for your work can be difficult – especially when you don’t have a set of journal articles under your belt. Using your pre-published research, however, you can start to position yourself professionally and build your reputation. With this in mind, we’re delighted to announce our partnership with ORCID. ORCID’s mission is to connect you to your contributions and affiliations by providing you with a unique and consistent identifier. This integration with ORCID will help to highlight the full scope of your work and get recognition for your conference posters, presentations, and abstracts.
This marks an important step towards connecting the entire research lifecycle from beginning to end. Published articles can be traced back to the first findings that are openly presented at conferences, helping to structure and connect the dots in the research process. With this, pre-published research is organized and legitimized.You can now login to Morressier using your ORCID iD. On your Settings you’ll see the two login methods that are available, with the email option already enabled. Click the toggle to enable ORCID login and enter your ORCID account information in the pop-up. Authorize access and you’re good to go – your Morressier and ORCID accounts are connected.
If you have any issues connecting your ORCID account, please contact us. Meanwhile, we’ll be focusing on integrating more tools and services that help researchers like you make progress in your work.
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