On August 26, HeinOnline announced that the second phase of their integration with ORCiD is now complete. In addition to being able to see works from HeinOnline on your ORCiD author page, works on your ORCiD author page will appear on your HeinOnline Author Profile.
This development is especially important if you have published books, do interdisciplinary work and/or publish in journals outside of the traditional law reviews that make up such a large part of HeinOnline's database: "...by creating and adding publications to their ORCID profiles, law scholars can now elect to have their books, interdisciplinary works, and many other works appear in HeinOnline which US News is using as the data source for their scholarly impact ranking." -- https://wisblawg.law.wisc.edu/2020/08/28/law-scholars-can-now-add-books-interdisciplinary-works-to-hein-through-orcid-integration-what-this-could-mean-for-the-us-news-scholarly-impact-ranking/
To make the magic happen, you need to have set up an ORCiD account (procedures described on the ORCiD page of this guide) and connected it to your HeinOnline Author Profile (procedures described on the HeinOnline Author Profiles page of this guide).
Tip: You can add a Trusted Individual to your ORCiD account to assist in the management of your publications list. Trusted individuals do not need to be a professor or researcher, but they must have their own ORCiD ID.
ORCiD 101 for Individuals includes a short (4-minute) video and additional steps you can take to further enhance your profile including "Good Enough" and "Best Practices" options.
If necessary, you can add and edit your works in ORCiD manually.
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