Get your citations quickly, easily and accurately anytime!

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

Here’s why:

  • 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

How can NTU Libraries help you?

  • 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

Contact us today to find out more!

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About Chua Junjie

Junjie is a Scholarly Communication librarian (research impact and copyright). He has an honours degree in Psychology from NUS and a Masters of Information Studies from NTU. In his free time, he enjoys learning foreign languages, playing the piano, fine arts, fiddling with R programming, inferential statistics – e.g. GLMs, predictive modelling & more.