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Adding your Works to ORCID
You can add your scholarly works to ORCID in several ways. In order to complete your profile, you may need to use several of the methods listed below. Follow the links for instructions.
- Auto import your works from another system (including the citation databases listed below)
- CrossRef Metadata Search (articles, books, etc.)
- ResearcherID (Web of Science)
- Scopus Author ID
- MLA International Bibliography
- Import individual documents using an identifier (including those listed below)
- Import one or many works using BibTex
- BibTex is a common file type used to generate lists of citations
- Export a BibTex file from any of the places listed below, then import that file into ORCID
- Export from a citation management program (Zotero, Mendeley, EndNote, etc.)
- Export from Google Scholar
- Export from a citation or literature database (PubMed, Web of Science, ProQuest, PsychInfo, MLA Bibliography, etc.)
- Add individual works manually
- Connect your ORCID to your Experts@Syracuse profile. To learn more about Experts@Syracuse, visit the Experts at Syracuse Profile Management Guide.
Helpful Info for Adding Content to ORCID
Questions about ORCID
If you have questions about setting up or managing your ORCID account: