Your ORCiD (Open Researcher and Contributor ID) is the persistent digital identifier which distinguishes you from every other researcher.
You can use your ORCiD to make your body of work accessible by others including potential collaborators, funders, prospective employers, conference organisers, publishers, and across universities as you move through your career. This will enable the University to collect and store your ORCiD. This will provide better, seamless updating of information between ORCiD and the University of Adelaide systems.
The University Library is business owner of ORCiD.
You can now export your publications out of ORCiD and into your ARC grant funding application in the RMS System - find out more in this blog post from Research Technology Support.