The AD(R) Workshop Series is designed to offer opportunities for MLS academic staff and graduate researchers to develop their technical expertise, skills and knowledge on various topics essential to carrying out high quality research.
If you have suggestions for topics, please feel free to send them to Michelle Foster, Associate Dean (Research).
- 4 May 2017
Managing your Researcher Profile and Digital ID
Angela Hendley-Boys, Satu Alakangas, Julian Webb and Stephen Cramond (Manager, Institutional Repository)
Researcher profiles promote your research scholarship, make it easy for funders, collaborators and colleagues to find you. These online author identifiers can ensure that your research scholarship is correctly attributed, remove author ambiguity, and showcase the impact of your research. This workshop is designed for academic authors and graduate researchers.
In this workshop, Angela Hendley-Boys, Satu Alakangas, Julian Webb and Stephen Cramond discussed MLS Academic and Graduate Researcher profiles, SSRN, Google Scholar Citation profile, ORCID, ResearchGate, Academia.edu and Minerva Access.
- Managing your MLS Researcher Profiles and SSRN (Angela Hendley-Boys)
- Researcher Profiles, ORCID, Google Scholar Citation profile (Satu Alakangas)
- ResearchGate and Academia.edu profiles (Julian Webb)
- Minerva-Access, Scholarly Communications Networks and Article Sharing (Stephen Cramond - Manager, Institutional Repository)