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Create a Unique Author Identifier

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Open Researcher and Contributor Identifier or ORCID is an open, non-profit, community-based effort to provide a registry of unique researcher identifiers and a transparent method of linking research activities and outputs to these identifiers.

Register for an ORCID ID.

ORCID Registry aims to prevent authorship confusion (featured article in Elsevier Connect blog)

 

Create a Publication Profile

Google Scholar Citations - create a profile easily. You can check who is citing your publications, graph citations over time, and compute several citation metrics. Make your profile public, so that it appears in Google Scholar results when people search for your name.

ResearchGATE is the world's largest professional network for scientists and researchers, with 1.2 million users.

COS Scholar Universe - provides authoritative information about more than 1 million scholars and organizations around the world, together with verified affiliation and publication information.

Scopus Author Identifier - is automatically assigned by matching variations of an author’s name to locate and verify a particular author’s research output in the Scopus citation database. Do an Author search in Scopus to locate your Scopus Author ID. You can then send your research output directly to ORCID. Watch the video.

BioMed Experts: Free registration required; limited to "experts" with publications in PubMed database.

Microsoft Academic Search - Microsoft Academic Search is a free service developed by Microsoft Research to help scholars, scientists, students, and practitioners quickly and easily find academic content, researchers, institutions, and activities. Microsoft Academic Search indexes not only millions of academic publications, it also displays the key relationships between and among subjects, content, and authors, highlighting the critical links that help define scientific research. Microsoft Academic Search makes it easy for you to direct your search experience in interesting and heretofore hidden directions with its suite of unique features and visualizations.

 

ImpactStory

Tell the full story of your research impact.

ImpactStory aggregates altmetrics: diverse impacts from your articles, datasets, blog posts, and more.

 

ORCID and Scopus ID Integration

SCOPUS Author ID is automatically assigned and can also be linked to your ORCID ID.

 

ORCiD Video

 

Evaluating your research quality and performance

With Elsevier and Clarivate Analytics

The following recordings were made during live presentations at UNE and are for use by University of New England staff and students only.

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