Connecting your research to your data, software and institution is a proven way to increase discovery of your work to potential collaborators and partners, and receive credit when others use your work.

Using persistent identifiers such as ORCIDs (for researchers), Digital Object Identifiers, and RORs (for organizations) are used to make those connections. Through the checklist and tutorial we very quickly take you through how to optimize those connections.

Get a copy of the Digital Presence Checklist from Zenodo: http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4706119

Tutorial, 15 min (YouTube): https://youtu.be/bftzPnFdtHk

Slides for reference (Zenodo): http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4706147

This work is part of the Building New Tools for Data Sharing and Re-use through a Transnational Investigation of the Socioeconomic Impacts of Protected Areas (PARSEC) project with funding provided by the Belmont Forum through the National Science Foundation, Grant 1929464 as well as the Accelerating Open and FAIR Data Practices Across the Earth, Space, and Environmental Sciences: A Pilot with the NSF to Support Public Access to Research Data project funded by the National Science Foundation, Grant 2025364.