Workshop: Scholarly Identity

When

Oct. 3, 2018, 1pm to 2pm

Campus Location

Office/Remote Location

Eureka Room

Description

Scholarly Identity: Using ORCID and other tools to promote and keep track of your scholarly identity

Learn how (and why) to use social media in your academic life, which sites for academics are worth your time (academia.edu, ResearchGate, Google Scholar, LinkedIn, Twitter, and more), how to keep track of your publications, and how to assert your identity as an emerging scholar/professional.

This workshop will introduce students to researcher identifiers such as ORCID iDs, persistent identifiers and how to get them, and ways to measure impact (such as altmetrics).

Attendees will be able to:

  • Understand the use of social media relevant to academia
  • Be able to assess altmetric information for a given resource
  • Create and use ORCID iDs

Facilitators: Matthew Murray & A.L. Carson

This event is part of the University Libraries' Faculty and Graduate Student Workshop Series. 

Admission Information

Open to faculty & graduate students. 

Please RSVP online.

Contact Information

University Libraries
Mark Lenker

External Sponsor

University Libraries