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Paper presented at an Author ID workshop at University of Pretoria 22 July 2015
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A curriculum vitae (CV) allows you to showcase yourself and your academic and professional achievements in a concise and effective way. Creating an online CV is presented who you are to your academic and professional peers. Creating and maintaining your online CV is an essential tool in disseminating your research and publications. A scholarly identifiers like ResearcherID and ORCiD provides a solution to the author ambiguity problem within the scholarly research community.
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Creating an online curriculum vitae (CV) allows you to showcase yourself and your academic and professional achievements in a concise and effective way. There are different ways to increase your online visibility and boost the potential for future citations to your work. The Google Scholar, author pages are their own stand alone profile using Google data. You can create a Google Scholar profile to quickly showcase your publication list and view citation history. It also calculates a platform-dependent h-index, which many researchers love to track. In this workshop you will learn, some tools and tips for creating a professional Google Scholar profile.
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Creating an online curriculum vitae (CV) allows you to showcase yourself and your academic and professional achievements in a concise and effective way. Google Scholar “My Citations” is a good tool for creating your research profile which offers a popular way to create an online CV that shows your own papers and the citations they have received. It also calculates a platform-dependent h-index, which many researchers love to track.
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