Savvy Researcher: Create and Manage Your Online Scholarly Presence
A professional online presence allows scholars to increase the visibility of their publications, to identify new colleagues, readers and potential collaborators worldwide, to increase the reach and impact of their work.
Don't leave your online presence to chance. Learn to create and manage your online identity on multiple platforms, such as Google Scholar, ResearchGate, SCOPUS, Twitter, ORCID, Academia.edu. Get help moving citations between databases, Endnote, and the Faculty Database, Activity Insight.
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How to Curate Your Digital Identity as an Academic
If you don’t manage your online presence, you are allowing search engines to create it for you
In 2009, anyone who searched my name on the web would first encounter the opinions of a disgruntled Midwestern undergraduate who lambasted me for being an unfair, unprofessional, and essentially ignorant professor. . . . MORE