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Winning with ORCID: Connect your ORCID through elements

By Curtin Library 26 October 2018 News & events Research No Comments »

Congratulations to this week’s five winners of ORCID Prize Packs!

Christine Toye – School of Nursing, Midwifery, and Paramedicine
David Belton – School of Earth and Planetary Sciences
Philip Bland – School of Earth and Planetary Sciences
Liam Scarlett – School of Electrical Engineering, Computing and Mathematical Sciences
Cameron Neylon – School of Media, Creative Arts and Social Enquiry

It’s not too late to win a prize pack. Create or connect your ORCID through Elements now for a chance to win a coffee voucher, an ORCID ceramic mug, sticker, and badges! Five winners will be drawn randomly every Tuesday until 23 November 2018.

ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor ID) is a persistent digital identifier for researchers that links together outputs and activities.

ORCID is now integrated with Curtin’s Publications Management System, Elements, enabling quicker and more accurate claiming of publications. Staff are strongly encouraged to connect their ORCID record through Elements, which takes less than 30 seconds.

Competition terms and conditions apply.

For more information about the many benefits of ORCID see this previous blog post.

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