Scopus is "the largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature: scientific journals, books and conference proceedings." Owned by Elsevier, many academic journal articles across a wide range of subjects appear in Scopus.
The Scopus database can be used to populate your ORCID profile in seconds. After connecting your ORCID profile to Scopus, anytime you publish with an ORCID and the article appears in Scopus, a citation will automatically be pushed to your ORCID profile.
The slideshow below gives instructions on how to connect your ORCID to Scopus in seconds. If you have any questions, please contact either your Subject Librarian or the librarian listed on the "Basics and Benefits" page.
Another way to use Scopus is to push from the Scopus website to your profile (as opposed to pulling citations from Scopus as shown above). In the example below, we simply find an article in Scopus that belongs to us and click the "Add to ORCID" button. That will push that single article's citation to your ORCID profile automatically.