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Open Researcher and Contributor Identifiers (ORCiD iDs) reflect a fast-growing Linked Open Data (LOD) standard. Typically, Librarian promotional efforts in higher education focus on faculty and other researchers. Yet, both in terms of institutional buy-in and leveraging the power of LOD iDs, other stakeholders may prove effective users and allies. [Also already uploaded to ORCID's FigShare repository. Feel free to link to that if you'd like] [cid:image001.jpg@01D35899.778EBC80] Mark G. Bilby, PhD, MSLIS Senior Assistant Librarian, Scholarly Communications Lecturer, Religious Studies []<> CSUF Faculty Calls to Action! 1. Protect and Share Research with an Open Access Policy!<> 2. Make Your Research Blossom with ORCID!<> 3. Make Your Courses Affordable for Students!<>
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