Scopus is a huge information database. Your publications as a researcher can be spread over several profiles. Avoid this by linking your ORCID profile to Scopus.
This will allow Scopus to link all your profiles with similar names (e.g. D. Del Duca, Del Duca Davide, David Del Duca) to a single ORCID ID to avoid duplicate entries that may affect the chances of your research being found.
Visit this link (https://orcid.scopusfeedback.com/#/) and click on “Start”. A dialogue box will open asking you to give Scopus access to your ORCID ID.
Scopus to ORCID dialogue box
You will then be forwarded to Scopus where you will be presented with a list of similar names. After selecting your profile and the publications linked to your profile, ORCID collects your publication information and saves it to your ORCID ID.
When you publish there will be no more duplicates of your name and your research will be linked only to you.
If you need help or have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me.
Chemnitz University Library has acquired the licence for the database “Neues Handbuch Hochschullehre”. The contents are particularly relevant for lecturers at Chemnitz University of Technology at all levels who want to improve their teaching.
Among other things, you will learn how to
- supervise students in an activating and motivating way,
- plan and organise events in a way that is suitable for students,
- use digital media sensibly,
- promote key competencies and academic work,
- accompany and check competence-oriented learning processes despite tight curricula,
- evaluate events and departments.
Access to the website is now possible through the university’s IPs here: https://www.nhhl-bibliothek.de
A Persistent Identifier is a kind of number plate that we wear in the web. After all, we use PIDs on a daily basis in our analogue world, such as when we are asked for our identity card number. Only here we are on the web. Fortunately behind a Persistent ID there is an organization that ensures its persistence over time. At this point someone might reply that the address of a website is a persistent ID. Wrong, because behind it there is not always an association to ensure its long-term durability.
A PID is “a code which remains constant as a means of identifying a digital object regardless of changes to its location on the internet”.
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