Monday, 7 November 2016

Boyce Thompson Institute - Build a research profile |

 Source: http://bti.cornell.edu/research/research-resources/build-a-research-profile/

Build a research profile

To build your staff research profile on the BTI web site, please submit this online Form


Sarah Refi Hind, Martin Lab
Sarah Refi Hind, Postdoc, Martin Lab





















Resources to develop your online presence, compiled by Sarah Hind and Natalie Henkhaus


Why build an online research profile?

The 30-Day Impact Challenge: The ultimate guide to raising the profile of your research by Stacy Konkiel 


  • Includes detailed information about how to set up accounts and maximize visibility
Utrecht University Library, Research Impact and Visibility: Researcher profiles


  • Provides basic information about many different sites with a handy comparison table
Montana State University Library, Researcher Profiles: Home


  • Provides basic information about many different sites
What online references will you include in your online research profile? 


Consider what each site presents:



LinkedIn Google Scholar Research Gate Researcher ID ORCID
Profile Yes Basic Yes Yes Yes
Pubs list Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Pubs linked No No Yes Yes Yes
Pub metrics No Yes Yes Yes No
Social media links Yes No Yes No No
Uploading papers No No Yes No No
Linked to other sites No No No ORCID ResearcherID, Scopus ID
Auto track new papers/citations No Yes No No No
*adapted from Utrecht University Library


LinkedIn


LinkedIn, Building a Great Student Profile 
  • Provides basic information and suggestions
LinkedIn, How to create a killer LinkedIn profile that will get you noticed by Bernard Marr
  • Provides additional advice beyond creating a basic profile
  • Provides additional advice beyond creating a basic profile
Google Scholar


  • Tutorial about setting up and using citation features
ResearchGate


  • Basic information about setting up a profile and utilizing additional site features
  • Information about settings and details regarding uploading journal articles
  • Part overview, part opinion piece


ResearcherID



  • Overview about the site and potential benefits of having an account
ORCID


  • Overview about the site and potential benefits of having an account
Carnegie Mellon University Libraries, Identifiers: ORCID @ CMU
  • Great FAQ section
Other sites that may be of interest


Academia.edu: social network, upload/share papers, find publication metrics, upload draft papers and invite colleagues to leave feedback


Mendeley: reference manager (can be linked on multiple devices), social network


An Introduction to Social Media for Scientists


The role of Twitter in the life cycle of a scientific publication


The value and use of social media as communication tool in the plant sciences


The Kardashian index: a measure of discrepant social media profile for scientists <– Satirical but interesting


Examples of productive online interaction with  students




Mark Sarvary’s Cornell Integrative Biology Lab


Twitter: @Cornellbiolabs
Mark Sarvary can be reached @sensitivsci, on Linkedin, or on ResearchGate 



Boyce Thompson Institute - Build a research profile |

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