An ORCID iD is a universally-accepted unique identifier that connects you to your research outputs and activities, making it easier to track your work and ensure you receive credit for your work. The ORCID registry is integrated into many systems used by publishers, funders, institutions, and other research-related services.
For more information, see the ORCID Overview for Researchers.
Take a moment to connect your ORCID iD to systems at Northwestern. The entire process is quick and will enable you to take advantage of systems at Northwestern to read in data from your ORCID profile, or push updates of your Northwestern data to your ORCID profile. Connecting your ORCID iD to systems at Northwestern should assist in elevating your research profile on webpages, in publication submissions, when applying for grants, and in any additional research workflow where you wish to receive credit for your efforts.
Do you already have an ORCID iD?
Connect your ORCID iD with your Northwestern NetID here.
Do you need to sign up for an ORCID iD?
Create a new ORCID iD here and it will automatically connect to your NetID.
Are you unsure if you have an ORCID iD?
Search ORCID using your name here.
If you find your ORCID iD, then connect your ORCID iD with your NetID here.
If you don’t find your ORCID iD, then create a new ORCID iD here.
If you find an ORCID iD and you are unsure if its yours, then try connecting to your [possibly] existing ORCID iD here.
Did you forget your ORCID record password?
Don’t worry, you can reset your password during the sign in process by clicking on the “Reset it here” link. If you don’t receive a password reset email, then you either don’t have an ORCID iD, or you didn’t use your Northwestern email to sign up for it. Check your other email accounts just to be sure.
You can't find the password reset email sent by ORCID? Or, you no longer have access to that email address.
If you can’t find the password reset email, it could mean that you haven’t signed up for an ORCID iD – create a new ORCID iD here. Or it could mean you no longer have access to the email address you used to sign up for your ORCID iD – please submit a ticket with ORCID here.