The following are some of the online IDs and tools available to researchers to promote and brand themselves.
Have you been contacted by a journalist for comment? Or maybe seeking extra participants for your research? ECU’s partner, the Australian Science Media Centre, has developed a guide for researchers wanting to use the media or social media to raise their profile. See Science Media Savvy for more information:
The Scopus author profile comes with a variety of author metrics including the list of the author's publications indexed by Scopus, total citations, total citations by documents, co-author counts, h-index, etc. The page also provides a Citation alert service (to follow a researcher), Add citations to ORCID (integrates and updates your ORCID iD) and Request author detail corrections (corrections and to merge IDs).
To check your Scopus author ID:
ResearcherID information integrates with the Web of Science and is ORCID compliant.
The ResearcherID profile profile comes with a variety of author metrics including the list of the author's publications (ones indexed by Web of Science or pulled in from ORCID), Total articles, times cited, average citations per article, co-authors, h-index etc.
Check your Researcher ID:
RAiD is an identifier for research projects and activities. It is persistent and connects researchers, institutions, outputs and tools together to give oversight across the whole research activity and make reporting and demonstration of data provenance easy.
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