An ORCID number is a unique identifying code that a researcher keeps throughout their professional career. It’s quick and easy to register and receive your ORCID number (or iD) from the ORCID website. Names can change and middle name initials may be used,
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You’ve probably heard of predatory journals that actively and sometimes aggressively seek researchers to publish their articles in their journals, well, there’s something else to watch out for…hijacked journals. These are journals which have been created by fraudsters to copy very closely
Booking is now open for a three day researcher development event, Leap Into Research. Jointly organised by the Research and Innovation Office and Information Services, this event will take place at Merchiston campus from Wednesday 2nd till Friday 4th March.
Ever wondered how Twitter could help you and your research? Check out this quick guide by Ned Potter in which he covers setting up lists, saved searches and analytics – tinyurl.com/p6rzna9
Dr Caroline Edwards, Co-Director of the Open Library for Humanities, gave a keynote speech at ‘Discovering Open Practices’ training event for PhD students. She discussed the problems and benefits of being an Early Career Researcher during the drive towards open access
As an early career researcher, Wiley Advisor and Sense About Science Voice of Young Science member, Daniel Amund shares his thoughts and feelings on Open Access. He sees the benefits of open access as enabling wider dissemination of research and opening doors for greater collaboration