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For busy researchers like you, here’s a shortcut – use Researcher ID, Scopus Author Profiles and Google Scholar profiles to do the job!

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  • It takes literally just a few mouse clicks to get your latest citation counts anytime with well-maintained researcher profiles
  • You might miss out publications in Web of Science and in Scopus if you only do name searches (e.g. name variant issues, indexing errors in the databases
  • If you have a common name, a name search to obtain your publications and citations will be difficult as filtering of search results will be tedious
  • A well-maintained Google Scholar account allows Google Scholar to crawl the net to capture your citation counts optimally

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  • Pointers on managing your Researcher ID, Scopus authors IDs and Google Scholar account
  • How to effortlessly obtain your citations in Scopus and Web of Science
  • Possible ways that DR-NTU can further value add to your citation counts in Google Scholar

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Publishers now require authors to use ORCID Identifiers when they submit their publications for review

Dear NTU researchers,

In addition to the Royal Society, seven more publishers now require you to use an ORCID identifier during your manuscript submission process. They are: The American Geophysical Union (AGU), eLife, EMBO, Hindawi, the Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers (IEEE), and the Public Library of Science (PLOS).

This means that when you submit your manuscript to these publishers, you need to provide your ORCID ID number.

Interested to find out more? You may wish to refer to ORCID’s official blog for more details.

Also, to know more about why and how you can create an ORCID ID, you may wish to refer to our scholarlycomm blog entry on ORCID related information, and the ORCID official website.

Feel free to email us @Scholarlycomm@ntu.edu.sg  should you have any enquires related to ORCID.