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Copyright and Authors Rights

ORCID: academic author iD

ORCiD, the Open Researcher and Contributor iD, is a registry of unique identifiers for researchers and scholars that is open, non-proprietary, transparent, mobile, and community-based.ORCID

It ensures authors to get credit for all their work. The ORCiD iD will belong to the author throughout the scholarly career as a persistent identifier to distinguish the author from other researchers. To get started:

  1. Claim the free ORCiD iD at http://orcid.org/register
  2. Import the research outputs and add biographical information to ORCID
  3. Use the ORCID when you apply for grants, submit publications, or share CV

EUI Guide: how to create ORCiD ID

More information and help at ORCID FAQs and Knowledge Base: Support for ORCID

Check publishers' copyright policies: which article can you make available online

Sherpa-Romeo

Sherpa2015Publisher Copyright Policies & Self-archiving - to know which article version you can upload in fulltext and where (personal/institutional web page, repository, etc.). Covers English language Journals.

Héloise

heloiseTo check the article version allowed for French language journals

 

Dulcinéa

dulcinea2015

To know which article version is allowed for Spanish language journals

 

 

Cadmus content: ownership and copyright

Adding a publication to Cadmus does not change the ownership or copyright of the publication. A bibliographical entry in Cadmus records the EUI’s support of the research that led to the publication and does not imply any EUI ownership of the publication.

The copyright of any full-text made available on Cadmus remains with the original copyright owner(s). Placing full-text on Cadmus can only be carried out with the permission of the copyright owner(s) and of any other parties such as co-authors and publishers who have rights in the publication.

Documents in Cadmus may be downloaded only for personal research purposes. Any additional reproduction for other purposes, whether in hard copies or electronically, requires the consent of the author(s), editor(s).

If cited or quoted, reference should be made to the full name of the author(s), editor(s), the title, the working paper, or other series, the year and the publisher.

SURF and the JISC Authors' Copyright Toolbox and Licence to Publish (archived)

 

Page last updated on 19 July 2016