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Six ways to make your research more visible

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Poster prepared for ILRI Open Access Week Workshop, ILRI, Nairobi, 23-25 October 2019

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Six ways to make your research more visible

  1. 1. ORCID Google Scholar Citations Mendeley ResearchGate Open profiles Twitter ORCID gives each researcher a unique identifier which will help identify their personal list of publications,querying mainstream databases https://orcid.org/signin Help you list all your publications.Use your own google account and add in "ILRI" in your affiliation and “Livestock” to your area of interest Helps you track your publications, creating groups where teams can collectively build knowledge bases https://www.mendeley.com Helps to share and find research. Discover scientific knowledge, and make your research visible. Important is to select the correct institution. You can join for free at: Here you can update your ILRI web profile https://www.ilri.org/user Helps you to network with other researchers using the ‘follow’ option; keeps you updated on various issues; discover what is being discussed by following ‘hashtags’ (#); share your research and promote yourself https://www.researchgate.net/ https://scholar.google.com/citations https://twitter.com/i/flow/signup Contacts: Abenet Yabowork ILRI Communications and Knowledge Management Email: a.yabowork@cgiar.org Websites: cgspace.cgiar.org and ilri.org/open This document has a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License. October 2019 6 ways to make your research more visible

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