Obtaining a researcher identifier is essential to connecting you and your research outputs within the scholarly research community. If you do not have an identifier you may not be getting credit for your work.
Contact your Librarian to assist you in creating your identifier.
Scopus automatically assigns a unique identifier when you have published in a journal, book or conference proceedings that is indexed in the Scopus database. Your subsequent publications will be assigned to the same identifier. Search for yourself in Scopus to see if you have a Scopus author identifier.
Integrate your Scopus Author ID with ORCID to resolve any name ambiguity within publications and assign correct citation counts to your research outputs.
Your Southern Cross Researcher Profile is a great way to showcase your research. It contains your photograph, a list of your research outputs with links to the full text (when available), your other research achievements and activities, and a summary of your research interests.
Contact ResearchPortal@scu.edu.au if you have questions about your profile.
ResearcherId is a unique identifier that connects authors with their works across:
ResearcherId enables researchers to manage their publication lists, track their citations and h-index, identify potential collaborators and avoid author misidentification.
ResearcherID integrates with ORCID, allowing you to claim and showcase your publications from a single account. Search the registry to find collaborators, review publication lists and explore how research is used around the world.
Google Scholar profiles increases your online discoverability and visibility, and provide easy access to tracking citations of your research outputs that are listed in Google Scholar. Other people can also create alerts to follow your articles and citations to your work in Google Scholar.
Here are instructions to set up your Google Scholar Profile.
For more information go to get started with Google Scholar Citations.