First, get an ORCID Scholar ID if you don't already have one. Since some publishers are already requiring ORCID IDs when submitting manuscripts, you may already have one. ORCID offers the new standard in name disambiguation because it is a registry of unique persistent digital identifiers for researchers,
USF uses Academic Analytics to allow faculty to find each other, form research networks and compare our programs to our peer list of institutions. The Academic Analytics Database contains scholarly data on over 275,000 faculty members at over 400 US-based research universities. The data includes research grants, honorific awards, articles, books, conference proceedings, and more.
Google Scholar Citations profiles have become very common among researchers. Although you can add keywords to describe your research and a link to a webpage, this profile is mainly about listing your publications and the citations to them found in Google Scholar. These will appear automatically as new citations appear. The profile will also include a bar chart of your citations over time and calculate an h-index for you (based on the Google Scholar data). Google Scholar Citations nearly always finds more citations to your work than the commercial databases Web of Science and Scopus and is particularly helpful to scholar in the humanities and social sciences as it will find more citations to books, book chapters, and open access deposits.
Suggests computer software that can be downloaded to retrieve and analyze academic citations from Google Scholar. The results data includes total page number, citations, average number of citations per paper, average number of citations per author, average number of papers per author and other parameters related to faculty productivity.
An identifier used by the Web of Science. It can be connected to your ORCID ID. (ResearcherID has become part of Publons. If you already have a ResearcherID, you can log into Publons using those credentials. If you did not have a ResearcherID, you can create one by registering with Publons and connecting your profile to the Web of Science.)