SEARCH UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES
ORCiD offers individual researchers a unique numerical identifier that distinguishes them from others with similar names, ensuring that their professional work is recognized. This session will cover registration for an ORCiD ID, adding biographical information and scholarly citations, and using it for scholarly communication. This session also introduces Open Access Kent State, or OAKS, which is Kent State's institutional repository (IR). IRs collect, preserve and disseminate the research and creative output of an institution. Learn about contributing your work to OAKS and how that can help grow and preserve your research and creative endeavors.
Presenters: Yuening Zhang and Dave Elswick