UTSA is an ORCID member organization and has associated ORCID IDs with current researchers at UTSA, including faculty, research staff, and graduate students.
A few ORCID examples from UTSA staff & faculty
Get your unique ORCID identifier:
If you have more than one record in the ORCID registry, contact support at:
Send a message with
a. Your name
b. Email address
c. Both ORCID iDs (specify which to keep)
Wait for confirmation that an ORCID iD has been deprecated.
For each content category you may select:
Depending on a discipline, stage of the academic career, and number of publications, it may be most productive to first create and populate ResearcherID (Web of Science from Clarivate Analytics (formerly ThomsonReuters / ISI) and/or Scopus Author ID (from Elsevier) profiles and then exchange the publication data with ORCID.
To add publications to your ORCID profile, you can also:
Link publications, datasets, and other objects with DOIs from sources such as CrossRef, DataCite and more. CrossRef may be overwhelming.
Add publications manually.
Import BibTex files from Google Scholar or reference managers such as EndNote.
To add grants to your ORCID profile, you can utilize the ÜberWizard which searches grants from top U.S. and European funding bodies.
Sign in to your ORCID account. Go to “Account Settings”
Scroll to “Trusted Individuals” and search for ORCID users to add
Search the designated person with her/his ORCID ID. Click “Search”
Click “Add” then, when prompted, click “Add” again to add the person as a trusted individual.
Note - When you assign someone as a trusted individual, they must have permission to update your ORCID record on your behalf and must also be an ORCID user.