2. Authentication: Sign in with the credentials of your Technion account (If you are currently signed in the authentication is not required).
Medical Faculty members who work in hospitals affiliated with the Technion, may receive assistance from the
For any support, please contact your
Faculty Library. Medical Faculty members who work in hospitals affiliated with the Technion may receive assistance from the hospital librarians.
+ Why ORCID? Benefits for researcher
Your Open Researcher and Contributor ID:
Eliminates name ambiguity.
Your information and publications remain associated with you, whether you change institution or your name.
Is used by publishers, funders, institutions, and other research-related services. Reduces time spent on repetitive data entry by pulling information from other sources. Every time you want to submit an article or request for a grant just use your ORCID.
Makes it possible to update your publication list from Web of Science, Scopus, Medline and other resources.
Allows researchers to interlink with Researcher ID, Scopus, Google Scholar, Mendeley, LinkedIn, and other profiles.
Stays with you throughout your career.
+ Why ORCID Technion Account
By sharing your ID with the Technion, and giving us permission to read and update your ORCID record, you enable us to help you keep your record up-to-date with trusted information, like verified affiliation – the name of the institution and the name of your department. Your cooperation will allow connecting your research output with the name of the Technion and its departments. It will increase the Technion visibility and its research impact through different information systems and databases.
+ How to manage your account in an efficient way?
+ How to edit your name?
ORCID allows you manage your publications accurately, even if you have multiple names. Please,
learn from this page, how to edit your name on your ORCID account. Your information and publications remain associated with you, whether you change your name or institution.
+ How to add education information to your ORCID?
The Education and qualifications section of your ORCID record is for information about organizations where you have studied and/or which educational or professional qualification you have received. You can add information about your education or qualifications to your ORCID record manually, or grant trusted organizations and trusted individuals permission to add and edit information about your affiliation with them.
Learn here how to do it.
+ How to add/to change your employment affiliation?
After your registration for the Technion ORCID, the following employment details will be updated automatically in the employment field of your profile: the name of the Technion and the name of your faculty. These details will be imported from the Technion SAP system. If two faculties or more employ you, the name of the first one will be updated in ORCID, as it appears in SAP. If you are interested to add the name of the second faculty, you should do it manually.
+ What if I move institutions?
If you leave the Technion for other institution, you have to delete the Technion in the employment field. After that you can add the name of this institution. If the institution has institutional ORCID, you can register for it to make your new employer your trusted organization.
+ How to import your publications from databases (Web of Science, Scopus, etc.)
With your permission, ORCID will import articles from Scopus, Web of Science, Europe PubMed Central and CrossRef, if their citations have unique identifier (e.g., DOI, ISBN)
How to do it?
Login to ORCID and click the Add Work Manually button in the Works section of your ORCID record. This will display a template for you to enter citation information and set access control on this item.
Follow the Link Works button in the Works section of your profile.
Follow the link to the resource from which you want to import citations.
- Learn from this video how to import works into your ORCID record using a Search & Link wizard
How to import works associated with your Scopus Author ID?
Use the Search & Link wizard to add your Scopus Author ID to your Other IDs section of your record and import works associated with your Scopus Author ID;
see Manage My [Scopus] Author Profile for more information.
Recommended for adding multiple published articles to your ORCID record.
How do I link my Researcher ID (Web of Science) to ORCID?
This ResearcherID publication wizard is temporarily unavailable while ResearcherID is moving to Publons.
Follow this link to join Publons, find your publications on Web of Science, and export them to ORCID.
Recommended for adding multiple published articles to your ORCID record.
+ How to add publications manually?
Login to ORCID and click the Add Work Manually button in the Works section of your ORCID record.
This will display a template for you to enter citation information and set access control on this item.
+ Do ORCID records support citations in non-Latin scripts?
Non-Latin script character sets with Unicode encoding are supported for display and search of ORCID records and the ORCID Registry. Citations in non-Latin script can be added to your profile manually or imported if the exporting database supports these characters.
+ How to avoid a duplication of publications in your ORCID?
Same publications can be imported from different sources (e.g. from Web of Science and Scopus) to your ORCID. Before you start importing your publications from the databases, please
check, which of them can supply more publications. We recommend you to use "Search and Link" feature for importing publications from the database that can bring more results.
+ ORCID record visibility and sharing settings - define appropriate privacy level
Your ORCID iD is always publicly visible, but only you decide who can see your ORCID data. You can define three different visibility levels for each part of your ORCID record:
Anyone can see this information
Trusted parties – organizations or individuals to whom you have granted your special permission:
Trusted organizations (e.g. research institutes, publishers or funding bodies)
Trusted individual – any ORCID ID holder (e.g. your faculty librarian or research assistant) that helps manage your ORCID account on your behalf.
"trusted parties" can access your ORCID record to read, write, or update the information. For example, your research institute can update your verified affiliation; a publisher can update your publications data.
This trusted organizations will be able to see information that you have set as visible to trusted parties in addition to the information set as visible to everyone.
Trusted individual can read items that you have set to be visible to trusted parties and to only you
Only you or trusted individuals can see this information
NB: To connect your ORCID to the Technion, please, choose "public" or "trusted parties" privacy level.
You can change your privacy settings for each item in your ORCID account at any point of time.
Learn more about privacy issue
from ORCID Website.
+ ORCID and Current Research Information System (CRIS)
Current Research Information Systems (CRIS) help researchers and universities in the world improve the efficiency and performance of their academic activities. These systems enhance worldwide research visibility and collaboration, and advance the reliability and transparency of the national funding mechanisms.
The Israeli Inter University Computation Center (IUCC) is leading a
national effort to establish a national CRIS for monitoring academic publications that will assist in the advancement and improvement of scientific research in Israel. Israeli universities, including the Technion, take part in the project that is carried out with the support of the Planning & Budgeting Committee (the Council for Higher Education).
In the future, your CRIS's record at the Technion can be linked to your ORCiD record. This will enable CRIS to retrieve publication IDs from your ORCiD profile, use these IDs to find those publications in CrossRef, PubMed and Scopus, and claim those records for you automatically.
CRIS also can use your ORCiD to directly identify publications in a wide range of data sources and claim those records for you automatically.