Increasing Research Visibility
Documenting the impact of your research is an important part of making a case advancement. There are easy ways to increase the visibility of your research, from publishing in open access journals to getting an ORCID ID. I'm glad to consult with you if you have questions about any of these avenues.
Publishing open access articles makes your research more widely available. The University Library has negotiated full or reduced access article processing charges (APCs) with many publishers:
Digital Repository @ ISU
The ISU Digital Repository can house open access copies of articles and conference proceedings or original creative works, Participating is easy - send your vita or list of publications to email@example.com and library staff will get your research added to the repository.
Research Data Services
An ORCID® identifier (iD) is a persistent personal ID that identifies your research. Using your ORCID iD is:
funding agencies and publishers are starting to require them
Things to know about ORCID Identifiers:
View a sample ORCID iD profile
ORCID works well with a variety of systems
|Connect your ORCID iD with:|
|ResearcherID||Scopus Author Identifier|
|Google Scholar||Proquest Pivot|
|Other systems: MyNCBI, Faculty of 1000, etc.|
Other Platforms for Increasing Visibility: