Web of Science and ORCID

Clemson Libraries is pleased to announce that faculty now have two new ways to import their publications into Digital Measures, via Web of Science and ORCID!

Web of Science contains more than a billion cited references, including books, journal articles, patents, websites, conference proceedings and Open Access materials dating back to 1900.

ORCID is a unique and persistent identifier for researchers—an ID number that can help make your scholarship easier to find and attribute so that you get credit for all that you do. ORCID uniquely and persistently identifies you and your published work throughout your career, even if you change your name, publish under different variations of your name, move institutions, or switch fields. ORCID supports automated linkages between you and your professional activities ensuring that your work is recognized and easily portable between research systems. ORCID is currently the most widely adopted cross-platform identifier and publishers and funding organizations such as the NIH, NSF, and Wellcome Trust are using (or planning to use) ORCID iDs in their records to facilitate grant application and manuscript submission processes.

To learn more about how to search for your publications in Web of Science and import them into Digital Measures, visit:


To learn how to connect your existing ORCID to Digital Measures and import your publications, visit: https://www.digitalmeasures.com/activity-insight/docs/orcid.html

Don’t have an ORCID account? Register for one yourself or email us to help you set one up!