ORCID Member Connect — November 2022

ORCID Member Connect — November 2022

Welcome to the November edition of ORCID’s Member Connect!

  • Last chance to vote for the 2023 ORCID Board slate. Members in good standing as of 2 Oct. are eligible to vote for the 2023 Board slate until 1 Dec!

  • Changing of the guard: Read a Q&A with our incoming and outgoing Board Chair and Treasurer as they reflect on ORCID Board service and share hopes for the future.

  • Translations added to user support pages. Our user support pages on support.orcid.org are now available in 12 languages.

Last chance to vote in the 2023 Board elections!

Voting for the 2023 Board slate closes on 1 December. If your organization’s voting contact has changed, be sure to let us know by contacting s.harley@orcid.org. Designated voting representatives will receive instructions on how to vote via a separate email from our online voting system.

View nominee bios and learn more about the voting process here.

Changing of the guard: Q&A with incoming and outgoing Board Chair and Treasurer

This year as we celebrate ORCID’s first decade, we’re taking time to reflect before we forge ahead. In our latest blog, Changing of the Guard: Outgoing and Incoming Board Chair and Treasurer Share Reflections and Hopes for the Future, we asked the outgoing Board Chair and Treasurer and their incoming colleagues some questions about their service to the Board and ORCID’s future. One of the things most apparent from this transition is the incredible shape previous Board members have left the organization in and the good hands we’re in to set forth into our second decade.

Translations added to user support pages

We are happy to announce the introduction of translations on our user support pages at support.orcid.org. This means ORCID now offers the same language translations across all of our main websites in an effort to make all of our content globally accessible.


Kosovo added to country list

The registry allows users to add countries or locations to their ORCID record to highlight where they conduct research or where their research is focused, as well as list their affiliated country, funding country, and publication country. We are pleased to announce that Kosovo has just been added to the list!


ORCID connections around the world

New members

We are pleased to welcome 5 new consortia members and 1 new direct members.View all of new members.

New integrations

This month, 16 new integrations were implemented. View all of the integrations.

New certified service providers

We are excited to share that DSpaceis a new certified service provider! View the full list of ORCID certified service providers. Are you an ORCID Service Provider ready to certify? Check out our Service Provider Certification Program and view the full list of ORCID certified service providers.

In case you missed it

Catch up with all that’s been happening on our blog this month! Never want to miss a blog update? Sign up for our blog e-mail notifications here.

#ORCIDat10: Celebrating 10 Years of the ORCID Galaxy


ORCID’s 2022 Public Data File Now Available


Announcing the 2023 Board Slate


News from around the ORCID community

We’re excited to start sharing some news and highlights from around the ORCID community every month in Member Connect! Send us details about your notable presentations, regional workshops, success stories, organizational or integration updates, and we will add it to this newsletter in future issues as we have space.

Connecting with ORCID and our community

Connection feeds innovation, and we are pleased to continue engaging with our community through virtual workshops, live webinars, and other events. Stay informed on ORCID hosted events with our Upcoming Events page. We invite you to join us at one of the below events and say hello. Got an event you’d like us to share? Send it to us.


This month we hosted iD & Me: ORCID & Humanities and Social Sciences, the first session in our new webinar series iD & Me. We were joined by Humanities and Social Science researchers about their experiences using ORCID, and shared best practices and tips for maintaining an ORCID record specific to the Humanities and Social Sciences. Watch the recording and check out the presentation materials.