Your second challenge is to Get an ORCID
ORCID IDs are permanent identifiers for researchers. They protect your unique scholarly identity and help you keep your publication record up-to-date with very little effort. Through integration in key research workflows such as manuscript and grant submission, your ORCID supports automated linkages between you and your professional activities ensuring that your work is recognized.
Updated Oct 23, 2018 by hcoates
This is the first our 2018 Open Access Week Impact Challenge series. In each post, we’ll walk you through some practical steps to help you claim your scholarly work, connect with your communities (research and practice) online, gather evidence of engagement and using it to tell your story for career advancement.
Create a Google Scholar profile
Updated Oct 19, 2018 by hcoates
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Updated Mar 05, 2018 by hcoates
University Library is proud to be co-sponsoring (with the Ruth Lilly Medical Library) the Next Generation Researcher Program. First up is our Resource Fair on March 27 from 11:00am - 2:00pm in the Campus Center, Room 450B. Event information is now available.
Updated Feb 28, 2018 by hcoates
Updated Feb 19, 2018 by hcoates
The Center has been working with faculty for several years now, helping them to strategize, collect, and report evidence to demonstrate the impact and value of their scholarship. We take a broad view of what counts as scholarship, as we often discuss in our workshops. University P&T and hiring committees, funding agencies, and professional societies generally recognize that scholarship is more inclusive than journal articles, books, and conference proceedings.
Updated Jan 25, 2018 by hcoates
Updated Jan 23, 2018 by hcoates
The Figshare Report released yesterday The State of Open Data inspired me to reflect on how researchers at IUPUI are sharing their data. Below, I describe three increasingly common scenarios for data sharing, including common considerations - what data, when, how/where, and what permissions.
Updated Oct 28, 2016 by hcoates
This week I am wrapping up my last evidence summary for the (open access) Evidence Based Library and Information Practice Journal. I'm feeling quite nostalgic about it. I joined the evidence summary team in mid-2012 and have completed two 2-year commitments. It's been a key writing activity for most of my pre-tenure time here at UL.
Updated Oct 07, 2016 by hcoates