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Posted on behalf of The Symplectic Elements at Oxford Helpdesk

From Tuesday 3 October, Symplectic Elements at Oxford (SE) will allow users to record their ORCiD*.  A linked ORCiD will enable SE 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. More importantly, future versions of SE will use your ORCiD to directly identify publications in a wide range of data sources and claim those records for you automatically.

A user guide ‘Link Symplectic Elements to your ORCiD’ is available from the ‘Help’ section of our webpages (Help > Guides for researchers)

If you have any queries about linking to ORCiD in SE please contact the Symplectic Helpdesk,

* An ORCiD (Open Researcher and Contributor ID) provides a unique, persistent digital identifier to support automated linkages between you and your research outputs and other professional activities. For further details see ORCiDs at Oxford.