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Get connected: Your online profile

Use social media to promote yourself and your work

Why create an online presence?

  • Make your research known
  • Increase your publication citations
  • Correct attribution, names and affiliations
  • Ensure all your research is included in research assessments
  • Increase your collaboration opportunities
  • Increase your funding opportunities

Source: Utrecht University Library Researcher profiles Libguide

Curtin staff profile

Use your Staff Profile to promote your:

  • qualifications
  • career
  • expertise
  • publications.

LinkedIn

Linkedin can be used to manage your professional identity:

  • Build and engage with your professional network
  • Access knowledge, insights and opportunities

Research Identifiers - overview and quick reference chart

Research identifiers connect authors with their publications, group name variations, and differentiate between authors with similiar names.

For more information see an overview of the common identifiers and quick reference chart.

ORCID

ORCID provides a persistent digital identifier that distinguishes you from every other researcher ensuring that your work is recognised. 

Use ORCID to link to your other identifiers (such as Scopus or ResearcherID or LinkedIn).

For more information see the ORCID guide.

Researcher ID

  • Enables publications to be linked to a single author identifier.
  • Requires you to register and upload your publications.
  • Integrates with Web of Science.
  • Search registered users by topic or keyword, institution and country.
For more information see the ResearcherID guide
 

WoS and Scopus

Do your publications appear in Web of Science and Scopus?

Use these databases to increase your research presence. Make sure:

  • Your profile is up to date
  • Your publications are attributed to your profile
  • You have set up Citation Alerts for your publications

For more information see the ResearcherID and Scopus Author Identifier guides.

Google Scholar Citations

 

Google Scholar Citations is available to track researchers' citations on Google Scholar.

You can choose to make your Google Scholar profile public so it appears in Google Scholar results when someone searches your name, making it easier for people to discover all your research via a single web search.

 Find out more about Google Scholar Citations Setup

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An example of a public profile, which appears in Google Scholar results when people search on a name:

Example Google Scholar profile

 

For more information see the Google Scholar guide

Research Professional

Research Professional a database of research funding opportunities.
Research Professional replaces the COS-Pivot database and allows Curtin staff to search funding across disciplines from a wide range of Australian and international sponsors. Funding opportunities in the database are eligibility verified for Australian research.
As a Curtin staff member you can:
  • browse the site's content.
  • create Simple or Advanced customised searches.
  • share information with colleagues.

Access Research Professional

  • Research Professional can be accessed from any Curtin networked computer.
  • For full functionality you will need to register for an account.
  • This will allow you to create and save searches and alerts, and enable off-campus access.

You can also contact your Research Professional administrators or research support staff in ORD.