How to import your publications from the Document Server into your ORCID profile?

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You can import your publications from the Document Server into your ORCID profile following some simple steps described below.

Step 1
Go to your Who is who? page and click on the link “Publications”. 
Your publication list will appear on a new tab.

Step 2

Scenario 1: you want to import all your publications from the Document Server into your ORCID profile

- Step 1: If you only have UHasselt publications in the Document Server, go directly to step 2. If you have UHasselt publications and external publications in the Document Server, select “All” next to Publications:
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Step 2: Click on “Show all” (see figure in step 1).

- Step 3: Check the box next to “Issue date” and click on “Export”:
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A “Save as” box will appear with the File name “references-bibtex”:
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Save the file as a BIB-file (= a BibTeX file) as suggested and change the file name if desired.

- Step 4: Log in into your ORCID profile

- Step 5: Follow the ORCID support website’s instructions about importing your works using a BibTeX file.

Now all your publications from the Document Server have been imported into your ORCID profile.
 

Scenario 2: you only want to import certain publications from the Document Server into your ORCID profile

- Step 1: If you only have UHasselt publications in the Document Server, go directly to step 2. If you have UHasselt publications and external publications in the Document Server, select “All” next to Publications:
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- Step 2: Click on “Show all” (see figure in step 1) if necessary. In this way, all your publications are shown on one page.

- Step 3: Check the box next to each publication that you want to include into your ORCID profile and Click on “Export”. 

For your interest: Your publication list is sorted from newest to oldest by default, but you can change this by clicking on Issue Date. You can also sort alphabetically by clicking on Title.

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A “Save as” box will appear with the File name “references-bibtex”:
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Save the file as a BIB-file (= a BibTeX file) as suggested and change the file name if desired.

- Step 4: Log in into your ORCID profile

- Step 5: Follow the ORCID support website’s instructions about importing your works using a BibTeX file.

Now all the selected publications from the Document Server have been imported into your ORCID profile.