Click this button to create a new ORCID iD and/or to connect your ORCID iD to CSU Fullerton.
Detailed instructions on ORCID registration are available if needed. Once connected, you can log into your ORCID account using your CSUF network credentials. In the future, this connection can also help save you time by filling out CSUF forms automatically and having CSUF-related publications, grants, and research activities automatically added to your profile.
There are two other paths you can use to create and/or connect your ORCID iD to CSU Fullerton:
Note that you should only have one ORCID iD. If you have created more than one, please consolidate them.
Before you sign up for an ORCID, perhaps you'd like to learn more about it. ORCID--or Open Researcher and Contributor Identifiers--are unique IDs that you can use as a researcher to identify your academic work. The IDs help funders, publishers, scholarly societies, and other researchers to quickly find and distinguish your work from materials created by other researchers with similar names. ORCIDs are being used and increasingly required by publishers such as the Royal Society, PLOS, IEEE, ACS, Springer, Wiley, Sage, and Cambridge UP.
What is ORCID? from ORCID on Vimeo.
Mark. G. Bilby created and licenses this guide under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License; parts of this guide were adapted with permission from the ORCID LibGuide created by Talea Anderson at Washington State University. A CC-BY-NC-ND 4.0 International License also applies to that guide.