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What is the Hub and what does it do?

The Hub is a multi-tenant service used by Consortium members to ask permission from ORCID record holders to read from and write to their ORCID records and, if permission is granted, to do just that.

The Hub is a software application with a simple user interface that allows member organisations to request permission from researchers to read from/write to their ORCID records. Once the researcher grants this permission, the organisation can enter authenticated information into their researcher's ORCID record.


Authentic information in ORCID records can be used to inform reports on activities, or provide information for funding applications and journal submission systems.  Having the organisations that researchers interact with pulling information from, and putting it to, their ORCID records saves time by their not having to repeat the same information over and over in different forms, applications, and online submission systems. 

Watch a short video about the New Zealand ORCID Hub

The New Zealand ORCID Hub from ORCID on Vimeo.

 

The Hub allows the organisation to be the source of information in the recordwhatHubDoes v3