You can use the ÜberResearch search and link tool to populate awarded grants.
1. Log in to your ORCID record and navigate to Funding, click on + Add funding and select Search & link from the dropdown. Click on ÜberWizard
2. Click on ÜberWizard
3. This will open a new window. Enter you name and click Find my name
4. ÜberResearch will try to find all awarded grants that match your name.
Tick the grants that are yours on the results page and click Next (bottom right of page).
5. You can now review the grants you have selected. If they are correct click Submit to ORCiD
Update your ORCID record by importing profile details and your publication list from Scopus.
The wizard helps you find your correct author profile in Scopus and confirm the list of publications before it is sent to ORCID. Any changes you make here are also submitted as corrections to Scopus.
3. Log in to your Researcher ID account
4. A pop up screen will ask you if you want to associate an ORCID account with ResearcherID
4. Select I already have an ORCiD and click Continue
5. Select Authorize
5. You can select what type of data exchange you want between ORCiD.
6. For example select Profile data and clock Go
7. Select the bilateral or unilateral exchange you wish between ReseracherID and ORCiD.
The below email show the linked profiles
For more detail see the 5 minute Researcher ID (Thomson Reuters) Integration Tutorial.
At present there is no way to directly connect your Google Scholar profile with your ORCID iD. However, it is possible to export your citations from Google Scholar and import them into your ORCID iD. This is particularly useful if you have painstakingly curated your Google Scholar profile for accuracy and completeness. If you have a Google Scholar Citations profile, you can export a list of publications from your profile to a BibTeX file. Note: ORCID does not maintain or provide support for Google Scholar. If you have questions about creating, accessing or managing your Google Scholar profile, see Google Scholar Citations help documents or contact Google Scholar.
To import a list of publications saved in a BibTeX (.bib) file into your ORCID record:
Flinders University's ORCID implementation allows the University to push and pull information between Flinders publication management system RMIS and ORCID. To request this please contact: