"Claim your ORCID and unlock your researcher profiles": Information Session & Workshop
Researcher profiles such as Google Scholar can help increase your online visibility, allow you to take credit for you work, find out who cites your work, and be prepared for applications which ask for a demonstration of your research impact. An Open Researcher and Contributor ID (ORCID) is a permanent identifier which facilitates disambiguation of researchers and research outputs and is increasingly used by funding bodies and journal publishers. This one-hour information session for researchers in the Faculty of Arts will give an overview of the digital researcher profile landscape. Bring your own device to set up profiles and your ORCID during the session. The scheduled times don’t suit? Contact Julia or Monica via the link below and we can organise a bespoke session for you or your research group.
Already have your researcher profiles set up but still need to claim your ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor ID)? You have got an ORCID but need to populate it with details of your research output? Come along to this informal one-hour workshop for researchers in the Faculty of Arts to set up your profiles under guidance or get answers to any researcher profile questions you may have. Advice on Minerva and ethics will also be available. Please bring your own device. The scheduled times don’t suit? Contact Julia or Monica via the link below and we can organise a bespoke session for you or your research group.