You can link your ORCID ID to, and import information from other sources such as:
Refer to the Your Online Profile tab in this guide.
ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor ID) is a persistent digital identifier for researchers that links together your research outputs and activities.
Australian Research Council (ARC) grant recipients will be able to auto-populate their research output data into their Research Management System person profiles and application forms from November 2018.
Curtin HDR students are required to provide their ORCID on application for Candidacy.
Curtin staff are strongly encouraged to connect their ORCID to Elements, Curtin University's Publication Management System.
The video below shows you how to create or connect your ORCID via Elements. It only takes 30 seconds!!
Once the connection is made, Elements gathers persistent identifiers, such as DOIs, from your ORCID record and uses these to query verified scholarly data sources (e.g. Scopus, Web of Science) and claim works on your behalf.
Note: ORCID will not harvest from your Elements profile.
If you are off campus you will need VPN access to successfully access Elements.
To ensure your ORCID is connected to Elements, see the last page of the ORCID set up guide.
Register for an ORCID via the ORCID Registration page.
For more detailed information on the process, including how you can sign in using your Curtin log in, see the ORCID Set Up Guide.
When submitting your papers for publication ensure you include your ORCID and ask that the publisher records it.
Keep your ORCID profile up to date with all your publications using the Search & Link Wizard to connect to different organisations.
If you are unable to import your works from another source you can add them manually by selecting the Add Manually Option under Add Works and filling in the required details.
A wide range of works can be added to your ORCID profile such as articles, books and book chapters, conference papers, patents and much more.
See the ORCID page for more information.