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Marketing for scientists become more and more important. The key asset of a scientist is their publication list. How do you make your list publicaly available?

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Personal publication lists

  1. Promoting your personal reference lists Wageningen UR Library December 2013 Wouter Gerritsma, Information specialist
  2. Enserink, M. (2009). Scientific Publishing: Are You Ready to Become a Number? Science, 323(5922): 1662-1664
  3. Your (metis-)numbers in Wageningen
  4. Your (metis-)numbers in Wageningen But we do make mistakes, please correct us
  5. Current situation But we do make mistakes, please correct us
  6. Your number in the Netherlands DAI: Digital Author Identifier
  7. Publication list on the basis of WUR and VU
  8. Sources to maintain personal reference lists  Wageningen Yield/DAI  Google Scholar Citations  ResearcherID – Web of Science  Scopus  Mendeley  Microsoft Academic Search  ORCiD
  9. Google Scholar Citations  Information via FAQ on library website  Create Google account  Login and go to Google Scholar  Go to My Citations  Complete your profile information  Let Google search for your articles  Verify your articles and add them to your personal profile  Make your personal profile PUBLIC ● e.g. personal profile of Louise Vet
  10. ResearcherID  Register at  A ResearcherID (i.e. author identifier) is assigned to you  Add your references ● search in ISI Web of Science ● (distinct author sets) ● manage your ResearcherID publication lists in Endnote Web ● upload a RIS file with your additional references  Your publications will be visible on your personal profile page ● e.g. personal profile of Hans Baveco
  11. ResearcherID profile of Hans Baveco
  12. Scopus  Do an author search in Scopus  If you find different sets for the same author you may do a request to merge authors  Different author formats are combined ● one Author ID ● e.g. author details for Johan van Arendonk  Several options ● Citation overview ● h-Graph ● Alert for author citation
  13. Google Scholar Citations, Researcher ID, Scopus Updates GS Citations ResearcherID Scopus Availability Automatic Manually Automatic Public Public Public
  14. Omnipresent h-index
  15. Omnipresent h-index 54
  16. Omnipresent h-index 54
  17. Omnipresent h-index 54 47
  18. Omnipresent h-index 54 47
  19. Omnipresent h-index 47 54 57
  20. Omnipresent h-index 47 54 57
  21. More alternatives  Researchgate  New solution  ORCiD Open Researcher & Contributor iD
  22. ORCiD
  23. From ResearcherID to ORCiD
  24. How do they compare? Mendeley Google Scholar ORCiD ResearcherID Scopus ID ResearchGate net Academia edu Publication list y y y y y y y Publications linked y y y n n n n Impact y y n y y y y Soc. Media n n n n n y y Bio etc. y y y y n y y Community >2.5 mil ? 431k 385? ? >2 mil 1.8 mil Wageningen 108 ~700 ? n.a. >1000 360 Based on:
  25. Thank you!