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How does my organisation become a member?

To become a member of the Australian ORCID Consortium, an organisation must qualify under the terms and conditions outlined in the ORCID Consortium Member Licence Agreement.

Institutions that qualify will then need to sign and complete the ORCID Consortium Member Licence Agreement (Exhibit 3: Accession Agreement)

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Complete and eSign the online ORCID agreement Exhibit 3: Accession Agreement

Additional resources:

ORCID Members

1. Australian Catholic University
2. Australian National University
3. Australian Research Council
4. Bond University
5. Central Queensland University
6. Charles Darwin University
7. Charles Sturt University
9. Curtin University of Technology
10. Deakin University
11. Edith Cowan University
12. Federation University Australia
13. Flinders University
14. Griffith University
15. Heart Research Institute
16. James Cook University (JCU)
17. La Trobe University
18. Macquarie University
19. Monash University
20. Murdoch University
21. NHMRC (National Health and Medical Research Council)
22. QUT
23. RMIT
24. Southern Cross University
25. Swinburne University
26. University of Adelaide
27. University of Canberra
28. University of Melbourne
29. University of New England
30. University of Newcastle
31. University of NSW
32. University of Queensland
33. University of South Australia
34. University of Southern Queensland
35. University of Sunshine Coast
36. University of Tasmania
37. University of Technology Sydney
38. University of Western Australia
39. Victoria University
40. Western Sydney University

Who can join the Australian ORCID Consortium

Under the terms and conditions of the ORCID Consortium Member Licence Agreement, to be eligible to participate in the consortium, institutions must be located in and organised under the laws of Australia, these organisations include:

If you are not sure if you are eligible to join, contact orcid@aaf.edu.au

For more information about the ORCID Membership and subscriptions go to the ORCID website and view: