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Online Identity and Digital Citizenship: Share Your Research

Tools and Considerations

Google Scholar

Create your Google Scholar profile here. Google Scholar also provides information on setting up your profile and information on article citations.

SlideShare

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Your work can also take forms other than a research paper. If you create a presentation about your work, consider sharing it through a tool like SlideShare or YouTube that allows people to view alternative types of content. You can get basic analytics on how many people view your work, as well as link to it through other professional sites like LinkedIn or About.me.

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Research Gate

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The library does not endorse this site and encourages you to read the fine print (that may or may not be available) about privacy and what they will do with your (and colleagues) data. Research Gate is a highly-interactive tool that provides authors with citations, endorsements, statistics, and a live feed of articles pertinent to their scholarship. Register for Research Gate or learn more about their privacy standards.

Be careful of letting the system harvest from Scholarship@Claremont. The library follows sharing policies and enters into agreements with publishers that could be violated by pulling the full text into this system.

Academia.edu

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Before you register, check the privacy policy fine print ... or better yet, read, "Dear Scholars, Delete Your Account at Academi.edu."

Register for your academia.edu profile. Academia.edu allows you to share your papers, see analytics on your publications, and converse with other scholars in your field. Academia.edu's copyright FAQ is also important to be aware of.

Be careful of letting the system harvest from Scholarship@Claremont. The library follows sharing policies and enters into agreements with publishers that could be violated by pulling the full text into this system.