Ocird ID to Eurasia editorial system-technology and sufficiency

Since the new digital publishing era there has been a challenge of clearly identifying scientists who, through their efforts, have contributed to the improvement of their subjects from the beginning of scientific development and the distribution of information through journals.

Despite the fact that scientific publications gather the names of contributing authors, together with their institutional affiliations, this information is often insufficient to uniquely identify them, particularly over time. Although the world has achieve great advances in technology, the scientific research community lacks a functional counterpart of a DOI (Digital Object Identifier) for managing academic identification, a durable identifier that uniquely links each researcher can use accurately to keep the document plagiarism safe.

Anyone working in academia or research must be able to determine their work from those of other peers with similar names. Workflows, study profiles, and manuscript presentations, among other things, are all crucial in this context. In this scenario, ORCID emerges as an open, non-profit, and community-based system that provides a single register for researchers via the Network.

The ability to connect multiple scholars through important workflows is a feature of this platform, as is the ability to keep up profiles. ORCID has two primary functions: in one hand, it enables registration to get an identifier for the user who requires one, and thus manage the registration of their activities; on the other hand, it essentially allows registration to obtain an identifier for the user who requires one, and thus manage the registration of their activities, and, the application programming interface (API) allows communication and authentication of the system. On this matter, the mandatory insertion and usage of ORCID in OJS (the editorial management system for scientific journals built and distributed by the Public Knowledge Project), the content management system for publishing scientific journals “open source” more embedded, could be the key to ORCID’s success.

EurAsia is a publisher committed to the researcher and their publications, who have invested time and resources to develop their theories or hypotheses as a contribution to the scientific world. For this reason they have decided to be part of ORCID, in a cooperative capacity and in development to implement their advanced identification system for publications on the site.

Thus, the importance of ORCID is huge, and both are working together to give greater support to the entire scientific community that requires security and transparency of the data that they contribute as researchers. One of the most important missions for EurAsia is to create alliances between those organizations and resources that allows an impeccable process in the publication of the work contributed by researchers to the community, and being able to simplify these processes is essential for the success of the publication process. Likewise, the commitment to ethics and the safeguarding of the information as well as the veracity of the same, is fundamental for EurAsia Academic Publishing Group.