Scholar Identification and Research Tools - Office Hours
Let’s carve out some time to get prepared for scholarly work. Sign up for this session to update and add works to all of your scholarly profiles like ORCID, Google Scholar, and Publons. These tools seek to solve the name disambiguation problem by asking scholars to create a unique identifier, link all of their scholarly output to the platform, and use the identifier when submitting or creating future scholarly work. Author identifiers provide robust, and growing, integration into other indexes like Web of Science, Scopus, CrossRef, MLA International, and others. Author identifiers enable additional benefits, such as quantifying researcher citation metrics, and identifying and recognizing diverse outputs such as conferences, intellectual property, data sets, standards, open-access articles, creative work, and supervision of student scholarship.
You might also use this time to create or modify:
- Library database or GrantForward search alerts
- Journal author submission profiles
- Citation management account with browser and Word plug-ins
This session will be of interest to faculty and graduate students.
This is a Zoom workshop.
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