ORCID has several controls in place to discourage more than one ORCID iD for a researcher. When you register, they check for duplicates bases on name and only one ORCID iD per email address is allowed.
However it is possible you have more than one ORCID iD. You can remove your duplicate ORCID iD:
Please note: all information and permissions from the duplicate record will be deleted, and the associated email address(es) will be added to the primary record.
When you have a Google Scholar Profile, you can download that list and upload it in your ORCID record.
Please note: Google Scholar has no article identifiers like DOI or PubMed ID. To make full use of ORCID, the records should have a DOI or other identifier.
Download your publication list from your Google Scholar profile
Upload the file in your ORCID record
If works are added from multiple sources or added manually, they are automatically grouped together when they have a common identifier, like a DOI. In ORCID you will see 'Preferred source (of x)' at the bottom of the record. You can set the preferred source, by clicking 'Make preferred'.
If the works are not grouped together, because they have different or no identifiers, you can group them together manually:
When you add a publication manually to your ORCID record, there is no field to include the names of your co-authors. If you want to add this information, you can add a reference to your publication (for example in the APA style) in the Citation field of the item.
Publications added via Search & Link wizards or via the auto-update of Crossref contain a list of all authors, under the header Contributor.
You can sign in to your ORCID record with your ORCID iD or email address and the password you created. It's also possible to sign in with your EUR login credentials.
In your Account Settings, you can see the Alternate sign in Accounts. There is also the option to unlink the accounts.
If you want to login to your ORCID record, you can now use the Access through your institution option or your ORCID credentials.
Please note: creating this link doesn't send data from ORCID to any EUR system or vice versa.
You can also use your Facebook or Google login to access your ORCID record.
Yes! You can make an online appointment with the Erasmus Library ORCID Team. A team member will support you in adding publications to your ORCID record.
It's possible to create a QR code - a machine-readable graphic - that links to your ORCID record. You can add it for example to a poster you present at a conference - visitors can scan the code with a QR code reader on their mobile phone and are sent to your ORCID record.