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Link your ORCID to your Scopus Author ID (Durham Authors)

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A Short guide for Durham authors showing how to link their ORCID profile and Scopus Author ID. Includes links to additional support and guidance.

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Link your ORCID to your Scopus Author ID (Durham Authors)

  1. 1. Updating your by linking to Scopus Why? • Quickly populate your ORCID profile with all publications identified as yours in Scopus. • Help remedy systemic name ambiguity problems in Scopus author profiles. • Increase visibility of your research: allow Scopus users to quickly access all of your research output, including works shown in your ORCID but not visible in Scopus itself.
  2. 2. Display a link to your Scopus Profile from ORCID so others can move between the two with ease and avoids author name ambiguity. Quickly populate your ORCID record. Add or enhance publication records in ORCID with Scopus publication records.
  3. 3. Display a link to your ORCID Profile from Scopus so others can move between the two with ease and avoids author name ambiguity. Note: this can take up to a week before it appears.
  4. 4. To start, you should be logged in to your ORCID account. Go to: https://orcid.org/signin … and login with your ORCID ID or email address, and your ORCID password.
  5. 5. If you don’t have an ORCID, you can Register for an ORCID now.
  6. 6. Select Search & link under the +Add works menu for Works (publications) when logged in to your ORCID profile.
  7. 7. Select Scopus – Elsevier from the list of options offered.
  8. 8. Note: Scopus is just one of several third party sources of publication data you can link your ORCID to, which can help add outputs to your ORCID profile. These follow a similar process in each case. We would strongly recommend all authors link their ORCID to Crossref as the registry of DOIs for millions of scholarly publications. For authors publishing data and other content through DRO-Data, Figshare, Dryad or other data repositories, we would also recommend linking to DataCite, as the registration body for DOIs minted for many data repositories and similar services.
  9. 9. Confirm you are happy with sharing data between Scopus and ORCID and click on Authorize access.
  10. 10. Review the possible profiles identified (click on show recent documents to view publications linked to each profile in Scopus if more than one possible profile is identified) and select those to link to your ORCID profile, and whose publications you can then import to your ORCID from Scopus.
  11. 11. Indicate the preferred Profile name format to display. These will usually be automatically derived from different name/initials combinations, but may also include alternative names if your name has changed and appears differently on past publications.
  12. 12. Review which of the publications linked to that SCOPUS profile you wish to add to your ORCID profile.
  13. 13. You can check to see if Scopus has indexed any other of your publications, but not linked these to your Scopus Author Profile as well. Please note, if a book or journal is not indexed in Scopus, you cannot add this to your profile from Scopus.
  14. 14. Review the profile details before confirming.
  15. 15. Recommended: Confirm any changes made and allow the wizard to send those changes back to your Scopus Author Profile to update it in Scopus. Confirming this will result in your ORCID being displayed on your Scopus Author Profile in Scopus, allowing users to find your publications and other information not listed in Scopus if they are displayed in your ORCID profile.
  16. 16. Required: Enter your institutional email address used with your ORCID account.
  17. 17. Required: Click on Send Author ID to link the Scopus Profile with your ORCID profile. This will display your Scopus Author ID in your ORCID profile (although you can choose to hide this from view by adjusting your visibility settings in your profile later.
  18. 18. Recommended: Click on Send my publication list to send the identified publications linked with your Scopus Author Profile to your ORCID profile.
  19. 19. You should now be able to see the linked Scopus Author Profile ID in your ORCID profile.
  20. 20. … and see the publications from Scopus listed in your Scopus Author Profile.
  21. 21. You can change the privacy settings for any or all selected publications so that they do or don’t display publicly on your ORCID profile. Recommendation: Ensure your works are publicly visible so others can see your research and know it is yours.
  22. 22. If you have made any mistakes, you can remove any publications from your profile by selecting them and selecting Delete
  23. 23. … and confirming your action by indicating how many records you are requesting are deleted.
  24. 24. If some of the publications from Scopus were already in your ORCID profile from another source, you can also combine these and choose which is your preferred source. For more help, see ORCID Help: Group multiple versions of the same work together
  25. 25. You change the visibility of your Scopus Author ID, or delete the link from your ORCID profile, by editing the Other IDs part of your profile.
  26. 26. … and selecting to Delete the external identifier, or changing the visibility settings for each ID shown. Recommendation: Ensure your external identifiers are publicly visible so others can see your profiles on those services easily
  27. 27. Access Scopus from http://ezphost.dur.ac.uk/login?url=https://www.scopus.com and logging in with your CIS username and password.
  28. 28. Access Scopus from http://ezphost.dur.ac.uk/login?url=https://www.scopus.com and logging in with your CIS username and password. Then, select an Authors search to locate your Scopus Author Profile.
  29. 29. You can access the Scopus Author Profile by clicking on the author name in the results screen.
  30. 30. Whilst we have shown how to do this from your ORCID account, you can also go through the same process from within Scopus, once you have identified your Scopus profile.
  31. 31. If you don’t have an ORCID, it will prompt you to Register for an ORCID now.
  32. 32. What is ORCID? Video (4.17) https://vimeo.com/97150912 ORCID Support Links • How to Add works by direct import from other systems (https://support.orcid.org/hc/en- us/articles/360006973653) • How to import works via BibTeX (https://support.orcid.org/hc/en- us/articles/360006894794-Importing-works-from-a- BibTeX-file) • Adding works manually (https://support.orcid.org/hc/en- us/articles/360006896874) • Group multiple versions of the same work together (https://support.orcid.org/hc/en- us/articles/360006894774) • Edit works in ORCID (https://support.orcid.org/hc/en- us/articles/360006894754-Edit-works) Durham Support and Guidance • Author Profiles Guide (Orcid, Scopus etc.) (https://libguides.durham.ac.uk/research_suppor t/sharing_orcid ) • Post publication checklist (https://libguides.durham.ac.uk/research_suppor t/sharing_checklist)

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