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What is a Researcher Profile?

A research profile is a description of your research, your affiliation and your details.

Why do I need a researcher profile?

Researcher profiles allow you to:

  • make you and your research more discoverable
  • create and manage a publication list
  • avoid misidentification
  • create opportunities to be cited
  • find and be found by potential collaborators

 

There are a number of profiles that can be created, and you may find that more than one is useful.  Profiles will need to be updated though, so allocate time to make sure they stay up to date.  The Library offers workshops to help you set up your profiles: check out our training page or contact a Faculty Librarian.

Which Researcher Profile do I use?

Some profiles you may wish to consider:

  • ORCID.  CSU is part of the Australian ORCID Consortium and the intention is for all CSU Researchers to have an ORCID profile. 
  • CRO. CRO provides CSU researchers with the opportunity to provide information about their research and publications. This information can be found on Google.

Check to see if you have an Author ID in Scopus. CRO gets its metrics from Scopus

Other profiles that you could include are:

  • Google Scholar Profile
  • Publons formerly Researcher ID (Web of Science)

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