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Create your personal
Research Identifier
ResearcherID –Web of Science
ORCID ID
Scopus ID
This work is licensed under a
Cre...
By creating a research ID
& using these systems you can:
• Create a unique persistent digital identifier that you keep thr...
Why do I need a unique ID?
• Author name is not always adequate for identification
• Research community can link an author...
Some Systems to use:
ORCID ID
ResearcherID – Web of Science
Scopus ID
Web of Science offers ResearcherID where you can create a personal profile, build a publication
list of your published res...
http://www.researcherid.com
http://www.researcherid.com
Web of Science allows you to search for
ResearcherID’s or ORCID ID’s
ResearcherID OR ORCID ID
http://www.webofknowledge.com
Create a ResearcherID in Web of Science
Create a ResearcherID in Web of Science
Example of ResearcherID’s and ORCID ID’s
embedded in the article data
• By searching inWeb of science
• By importing from Endnote
• By importing from Refworks or any RIS file
(a tagged format ...
How do I get publications into my ResearcherID profile?
HELP - ResearcherID
Tutorials:
http://wokinfo.com/training_support/training/researcher-id/
Frequently asked questions:
htt...
ORCID is an acronym, short for
Open Researcher and Contributor ID.
Slide with permission from Dr Rebecca Bryant / Dr Laurel L. Haak
Slide with permission from Dr Rebecca Bryant / Dr Laurel L. Haak
The ORCID Application
Programme Interface
(API) enables t...
Slide with permission from Dr Rebecca Bryant / Dr Laurel L. Haak
Slide with permission from Dr Rebecca Bryant / Dr Laurel L. Haak
ORCID is an acronym, short for Open Researcher and
Contributor ID. http://ORCID.org
http://support.orcid.org/knowledgebase/articles/188278-link-works-website-user
• http://trainingdesk.elsevier.com/videos/what-is-orcid-and-how-
does-it-help-solve-researcher-name-ambiguity
• http://sup...
Scopus ID (Elsevier) http://www.scopus.com/
“Many authors have similar names.The ScopusAuthor Identifier distinguishes bet...
To determine which author names should be grouped together under a single identifier
number, the Scopus Author Identifier ...
http://trainingdesk.elsevier.com/how-to/how-do-i-create-an-orcid-record-by-using-my-scopus-author-id
Or
http://www.elsevie...
THANKYOU
Jen Eidelman
Jen.Eidelman@uct.ac.za
Research ID's - University of Cape Town Libraries
Research ID's - University of Cape Town Libraries
Research ID's - University of Cape Town Libraries
Research ID's - University of Cape Town Libraries
Research ID's - University of Cape Town Libraries
Research ID's - University of Cape Town Libraries
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  1. 1. Create your personal Research Identifier ResearcherID –Web of Science ORCID ID Scopus ID This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License. Presented by Jen Eidelman
  2. 2. By creating a research ID & using these systems you can: • Create a unique persistent digital identifier that you keep throughout your career • Create your own research profile & import work you have authored
  3. 3. Why do I need a unique ID? • Author name is not always adequate for identification • Research community can link an author to research and professional activity • Makes your work discoverable, noticeable, more citations • You may have published under different names • You may have published from different institutions • Change research direction or work in a different research teams • Funders ask for a unique ID • Publishers ask for a unique ID • Institution requires a unique ID
  4. 4. Some Systems to use: ORCID ID ResearcherID – Web of Science Scopus ID
  5. 5. Web of Science offers ResearcherID where you can create a personal profile, build a publication list of your published research, track times cited and find citation metrics for records inWeb of Science. To create a ResearcherID inWeb of Science go to: http://www.researcherid.com Or go to http://www.lib.uct.ac.za Go to: Databases and choose Web of Science Create a ResearcherID Profile Web of Science
  6. 6. http://www.researcherid.com
  7. 7. http://www.researcherid.com
  8. 8. Web of Science allows you to search for ResearcherID’s or ORCID ID’s ResearcherID OR ORCID ID http://www.webofknowledge.com
  9. 9. Create a ResearcherID in Web of Science
  10. 10. Create a ResearcherID in Web of Science
  11. 11. Example of ResearcherID’s and ORCID ID’s embedded in the article data
  12. 12. • By searching inWeb of science • By importing from Endnote • By importing from Refworks or any RIS file (a tagged format for expressing bibliographic citations) How do I get publications into my ResearcherID profile?
  13. 13. How do I get publications into my ResearcherID profile?
  14. 14. HELP - ResearcherID Tutorials: http://wokinfo.com/training_support/training/researcher-id/ Frequently asked questions: http://www.researcherid.com/resources/html/faq.html
  15. 15. ORCID is an acronym, short for Open Researcher and Contributor ID.
  16. 16. Slide with permission from Dr Rebecca Bryant / Dr Laurel L. Haak
  17. 17. Slide with permission from Dr Rebecca Bryant / Dr Laurel L. Haak The ORCID Application Programme Interface (API) enables the exchange of information between systems: • Less time re-keying • Improved data • Easier maintenance • Better sharing across systems
  18. 18. Slide with permission from Dr Rebecca Bryant / Dr Laurel L. Haak
  19. 19. Slide with permission from Dr Rebecca Bryant / Dr Laurel L. Haak
  20. 20. ORCID is an acronym, short for Open Researcher and Contributor ID. http://ORCID.org
  21. 21. http://support.orcid.org/knowledgebase/articles/188278-link-works-website-user
  22. 22. • http://trainingdesk.elsevier.com/videos/what-is-orcid-and-how- does-it-help-solve-researcher-name-ambiguity • http://support.orcid.org/knowledgebase/topics/32827-website- user • http://orcid.org/faq-page#n110 ORCID HELP & FREQUENTLYASKED QUESTIONS
  23. 23. Scopus ID (Elsevier) http://www.scopus.com/ “Many authors have similar names.The ScopusAuthor Identifier distinguishes between these names by assigning each author in Scopus a unique number and grouping together all of the documents written by that author.”
  24. 24. To determine which author names should be grouped together under a single identifier number, the Scopus Author Identifier uses an algorithm that matches author names based on their affiliation, address, subject area, source title, dates of publication citations, and co- authors. When you search, this feature returns documents written by that author, even when an author is cited differently.
  25. 25. http://trainingdesk.elsevier.com/how-to/how-do-i-create-an-orcid-record-by-using-my-scopus-author-id Or http://www.elsevier.com/online-tools/scopus/videos Scopus HELP- How to create an ORCID ID by using my Scopus Author ID
  26. 26. THANKYOU Jen Eidelman Jen.Eidelman@uct.ac.za

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