If you have a PID implementation use case that you would like to share, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Intembeko ORCID Hub: Developed by TENET (South Africa), this tool allows consortium members to import and push data to/from researchers’ ORCID records. Inspired by the New Zealand ORCID Hub -developed by the Royal Society Te Apārangi- Intembeko aims to facilitate the integration process and reduce technical barriers for institutions to exchange data with the ORCID Registry. More information on this page. The code is openly available on GitHub - Royal-Society-of-New-Zealand/NZ-ORCID-Hub: The home of development for the New Zealand ORCID Hub .
- Institutional ORCID Integration designed for use in conjunction with a DSpace repository (currently supporting DSpace versions 5 and 6): KAUST: King Abdullah University of Science and Technology solution
- OJS-ORCID Plugin: A guide that explains how to use and configure the ORCID Profile Plugin, how to obtain ORCID membership and API credentials, and how to connect ORCID iDs with works published with OJS; video tutorials
Crossref plugin for OJS 3.1.2 or later versions (allows to deposit metadata with Crossref and generate DOIs)
- To improve support for organizational identifiers, TIB developed OJS plugin for managing ROR (Research Organization Registry) metadata in OJS 3.2 and 3.3, which allows adding organizations from the ROR registry and autocompletion of multilingual names, provided that they are maintained in the ROR registry. This plugin is integrated into the OJS plugin gallery. Info: https://github.com/withanage/ror#research-organization-registryror-plugin; Code: https://github.com/withanage/ror; Demo: https://github.com/withanage/ror/blob/master/docu/ror.gif.
- Experiences from Ethiopia and Somalia - The National Academic Digital Repository of Ethiopia (NADRE, https://nadre.ethernet.edu.et/) and The Somali Research and Education Repository (SORER, https://sorer.somaliren.org.so/) - in both cases, DataCite DOI prefixes have been used. Contents stored on the repositories can be manually/automatically linked to the ORCID profile(s) of their author(s).
- North-West University: Our integration journey with ORCID
- ORCID, DSpace and the KAUST Approach
- Stellenbosch University’s ORCID integration: The highs and the lows (2020) and 2021 update