Answered By: ic @westernsydney.edu.au Last Updated: Mar 22, 2023 Views: 18
Researchers are responsible for ensuring the accuracy and integrity of their respective research outputs and scholarly contributions.
ORCID enables you to add authoritative information about your research activity as this information can be re-used by manuscript submission systems and grant application systems to accurately populate forms automatically.
It can also be re-used by reporting platforms and research information systems to work out which outputs are associated with your organisation.
Therefore, authors must accurately reflect their most recent institutional affiliation.
In your ORCID record, add or update your research activities in the following fields:
b) Education or qualification
c) Invited position or distinction
d) Membership or service
e) Funding information
Updating your ORCID Affiliations, will:
- Present all your research activities and research outputs on one platform
- Increase your profile to the global research community, making your research outputs more discoverable.
- Minimise manual and repetitive data entry.
- Provide increased accurate tracking of your citations and other recognition of your research.