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Please visit the website for the University of South Dakota's Department of Chemistry for more information about this program.
Consider using a citation management software, such as EndNote, to simplify the process of collecting, organizing, and formatting your citations. EndNote is available to USD faculty, staff, and students. The Libraries offers group instruction or individual consultation for EndNote. For additional EndNote trainings, visit the EndNote Training Guide by Clarivate Analytics.
ORCID is a not-for-profit organization; its name is an acronym which stands for "Open Research and Contributor ID." An ORCID identifier is a unique personal ID. Using an ORCID iD will uniquely distinguish you and your contributions whether you change your name, begin work at a different institution, move to another country, or retire.