Academic articles are often located in different databases, and sometimes the articles are even published under slightly different versions of a researcher's name. This means that an online bibliography of an entire scholar's output may not be easily available for other scholars and funders to view. The tools below can help authors claim all of their publications under one uniform scholarly identity.
ORCID: The Open Researcher and Contributor Identifier (ORCID) is a persistent digital identifier for researchers that distinguishes you throughout your career from other authors across name, location, and institutional affiliation changes.
Once you have an ORCID account, there are a few easy ways to upload your publications to the system.
1) Scopus to ORCID link: Scopus automatically creates profiles for authors in its system. Authors may then claim those profiles and link them to their ORCID IDs.
2) Uploading works from within ORCID: Once signed into ORCID, scroll down to the "works" section of your profile. Here you will find options that allow you to add citations to ORCID in several ways.
An NCBI application that will allow you to create a standard online profile to use for grant applications. This profile can be made public for others to view, and your SciENcv profile can easily be linked to your ORCID account as well. Multiple profiles can also be created within the same account to address different audiences.