Managing Author Profiles Online

Overview of ORCiD, Web of Science Researcher | Publons, Scopus Author profile, and Google Scholar Citations.

Scholarly Social Networks

Scholarly social networks are becoming more popular among scholars as a way to share their work, find collaborators, interact with peers, and obtain new metrics to demonstrate their research impact.  In addition to the traditional number of citations, these metrics include a number of reads, downloads, or mentions in blogs or tweets.

Remember about copyright when uploading your articles to such sites. Generally, you may upload a pre-print version of your paper, but not the final version published in a journal.  Review your agreement with the publisher for details.

The most widely-known scholarly social networks:

Semantic Scholar