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Guide to visibility


Each year, some 3 million scientific articles are published. This raises questions of whether your research is visible and attracts fellow scientists to read and cite what you publish so that it receives the exposure and credit that it deserves.

Do funders, evaluators, and potential collaborators find you in their searches? Have you taken measures to avoid author misidentification with all those publishing researchers out there? 

The Division of Research Support, Bibliometrics and Ranking has produced a guide for increased visibility.

The guide in brief:

  • Claim and maintain your unique author IDs in Scopus, Web of Science and ORCID
  • Maintain your personal profile at Chalmers web page
  • Create and maintain a Google scholar profile
  • Create and maintain a Publons profile
  • Be visible in academic social networks
  • Consult Best Practice in Publishing @ Chalmers (pdf, 543 KB) to know the important aspects of scientific publishing

Read the recommendations in full Be visible in the era of open access and social media (pdf, 461 KB)

 

 

 

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