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Why?

Google Scholar Profile

The Google Scholar Profile is the easiest for Drew Faculty to create, as we already have a linked Google Account.

In order to create a profile, you should have at least one publication that comes up under your name in Google Scholar.

While logged in to your email, go to Google Scholar: scholar.google.com

Search for your own name.

ResearcherID & ORCid

Scholarly Social Networks/Publication Clearinghouses

ResearchGate.net

Academia.edu

Notes and Cautions

Bear in mind that all these services are created by for-profit organizations. That doesn't give them the rights to your copyrighted work, but it does allow them to use citations and metrics for their business model.

Before making full text available online, check your publication agreements to see that you have followed their guidelines. (Librarians can help with this!)

While materials that are online are easy to copy, they are also often easy to detect-- do a Google/Google Scholar search on relatively unique phrases from your work.

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