Infographic: What Is ORCID?

October 19, 2017 Kelly Neubeiser

In November 2016, Wiley signed ORCID’s Open Letter and became the first major publisher to require ORCID iDs for submitting authors.  We saw this as a commitment to managing research and data integrity, a global issue that many of our society partners face as well.

Check out the infographic below for an overview of how ORCID benefits society members and the research community at large, and see what happens to ORCID iDs during manuscript submission.


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