Evans Library and Learning CommonsEASYINSTRUCTION!GOOGLE SCHOLARCITATIONS
CITATIONS• Easy to set up and use• Public profiles appear in Google Scholar search results for your name• Automatically tracks publications if set up to do so• Automatically tracks citations• Automatically tracks h-index and i10-index via Google Scholar
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CITATIONS setup1. Sign in to your personal Google account or create one.2. The Citations sign up form lets you enter your affiliation, interests, anduniversity email address.3. Add your articles from the suggested list, or search and add one-by-one.4. Choose to add Google Scholar article data updates automatically, orreview beforehand.5. View your profile, add a professional-looking photo, verify emailaddress, and double check your articles.6. Make your profile public!
Public profiles appearin Google Scholarresults when peoplesearch for your name.Manage yourpublications."Cited by" counts comefrom the GoogleScholar index.Update yourpublicationsautomatically ormanually.
Further reading:http://arxiv.org/ftp/arxiv/papers/1303/1303.5870.pdfLópez-Cózar, E. D. & Cabezas-Clavijo, A. (2013).Ranking journals: could Google ScholarMetrics be an alternative to JournalCitation Reports and Scimago JournalRank?. Learned Publishing, 26(2), 101-113.http://arxiv.org/ftp/arxiv/papers/1212/1212.0638.pdfLópez-Cózar, E. D., Robinson-García, N., &Torres-Salinas, D. (2012). ManipulatingGoogle Scholar Citations and GoogleScholar Metrics: simple, easy andtempting. arXiv preprint arXiv:1212.0638.