Participate in an ORCiD survey
I encourage you to participate and describe your experiences with ORCiD so that the University can understand more about ORCiD adoption and any associated issues.
Mike Liebelt, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research Operations) and Dean of Graduate Studies
The University is joining with the University of St Andrews, Scotland, to conduct a 5-10 minute survey on ORCiD adoption here at The University of Adelaide. The survey is both for researchers who have an ORCID, and those who don’t.
This survey will remain open until close of business, Friday 31 May 2019.
ORCiDs are permanent identifiers that are owned and controlled by the researcher. They ensure that your work is accurately attributed to you, and facilitate exchange of information with institutions, funders, publishers, and professional associations. The aim of this research is to understand how ORCiD implementation can be optimised for the benefit of researchers.
The results will be analysed by the University of St Andrews and made available to the University of Adelaide along with a report on the wider project (see the University of St Andrews ORCiD blog post for more information).
Learn more about ORCiDs
- University of Adelaide ORCiD page (you can obtain and link your ORCiD here)
- University of St Andrews project blog website.
If you have any questions or comments, please contact: