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You can sign in to ORCID with your UIC NetID and password once you link them. On the sign in page at orcid.org, choose Institutional account, then type in UIC or University of Illinois at Chicago then click University of Illinois at Chicago from the institution list. You will need to enter your email and ORCID password to complete this step the first time. After completion you will be able to log-in with your UIC credentials.
Under Account Settings you can do all the usual editing: change email, change password, change personal information.
Researcher privacy is a fundamental principle of ORCID: "Researchers control the defined privacy settings of their own ORCID record data." ORCID provides you with three settings: Public, Limited or Private
Information marked as "Public" can be viewed by anyone who comes to the ORCID.org website or consumed by anyone using the ORCID public API. Data marked as public will also be included in the public data file posted annually by ORCID.
Information marked as "Limited" can be seen by any Trusted Parties that you have authorised to connect to your ORCID Record. These connections require explicit action on your part. You will be asked if you would like to make a specific connection, and once you have confirmed, the Trusted Party will be able to see information that you have marked as limited-access. You can also give permission to Trusted Parties to update your ORCID record. You can revoke this permission any time.
"A core ORCID principle is that you control the privacy settings of your ORCID record and with whom you share information. For this purpose, ORCID allows you to select Trusted Parties from your ORCID Record. ... Only ORCID member organisations may serve as Trusted Parties, meaning they have agreed to the ORCID privacy policies and member terms."
Information marked as "Private" can only be seen by you. It is also used by ORCID algorithms to help distinguish your identity from another person who may have a similar name, be it in a similar field, or may be confused with you for other reasons. This information is not shared with others.
Scholars enter their ORCID ID to generate an impact report (may provide the number of times an article has been liked on Facebook, tweeted, cited in publications, viewed at the publisher Web site, or shared on social bookmarking tools such as Delicious, Mendeley, or CiteULike).
To add your most recent publication to ORCID from Scopus, log into ORCID
Any publications not previously in your ORCID profile from Scopus should now appear.
You can choose different privacy settings for all entries individually.
ORCID also enables you to add awarded grants to your profile by using the ÜberWizard for ORCID.
The continuously-updated ÜberResearch grant data include grants from funding organizations worldwide such as the NIH and NSF in the United States, the UK Research Councils and Wellcome Trust in the UK, the Austrian Research Council, and over fifty others.
It is also possible to add grant data manually to your ORCID record.