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ORCID ID and connect it to Pitt
ORCID integrates with many Pitt information systems--such as the Faculty Information System, InfoEd, Pivot Funding Opportunities, and D-Scholarship@Pitt--streamlining the process of building your digital CV, tenure portfolios, and completing compliance reports.
Graduate students, upload your ETD to D-Scholarship@Pitt, and add in your ORCID iD. This will help others find your work now and in the future, as your career progresses.
Pitt is an institutional member of ORCID. Sharing your ORCID iD and profile with Pitt allows the University to:
- More easily highlight your scholarly output
- Showcase the scholarly output of your department, school, or even the entire University
- Populate local systems to support networking, collaboration, and reporting
- Automate administrative reporting
How can I learn more about Pivot? What is D-Scholarship?
What is Pivot?
Pivot is listed in the University Library System's Databases A - Z List. It allows users to search available funding opportunities in their fields and get a list of results from a range of sources such as public or private organizations.
What is D-Scholarship?
D-Scholarship@Pitt is the institutional repository for the research output of the University of Pittsburgh.
Pivot (Funding Discovery)
Allows users to search available funding opportunities in their fields and get a list of results from a range of sources such as public or private organizations.
D-Scholarship @ Pitt
D-Scholarship@Pitt is an institutional repository for the research output of the University of Pittsburgh.
How do I know if I have an ORCID/ORCID@Pitt?