Thu 21, Mar1:00 pm to 2:00 pm IC1
Manage your research identity with: ResearcherID
Establishing your identity as a researcher is essential to distinguishing yourself and getting credit for your research activity.
ResearcherID is a Clarivate Analytics product that uniquely identifies researchers and associates them with their published works. Because ResearcherID is fully integrated with Web of Science you can use your profile to make sure you are properly credited for your work indexed in Web of Science.
In this AUS Library-hosted session, we focus on ResearcherID and the strategies you can take to not only manage, but also promote your research. Learn how to:
- Create a ResearcherID (author profile)
- Update and make corrections to an existing profile
- Set your preferred name and list AUS as your affiliation
- Populate your publication list from Web-of-Science
- Build your publication list using EndNote
- Link your profile to ORCID
- Keep your ResearcherID publication list up-to-date
- Generate a citation metrics report from Web of Science (WOS)
No registration required.
Iulian Herciu, Clarivate Analytics
Thu 28, Mar1:00 pm to 2:00 pm IC1
With the increased interest in measuring researcher impact from academic administrations and funding bodies, having a good grasp of the mechanics of how different research profiles work is becoming essential to represent yourself to the wider academic and research community. This workshop will cover what an ORCiD is and what can you do with it. We’ll talk about how to create an ORCiD ID and link it to AUS single-signon as well as a Scopus author profile or a Web of Science Researcher ID. Other topics include methods of importing citations from Google Scholar and Scopus; editing your profile for affiliation, education and email address; controlling access to your profile and managing account settings. Finally, we’ll cover where to find more resources for help with your ORCiD and try to answer any questions you might have about ORCiD.
No registration required.
Thomas Hodge Associate University Librarian for Technology and Technical Services,
Tue 09, Apr3:30 pm to 4:30 pm IC1
Learn, create and be inspired with Apple’s GarageBand training and audio editing workshop.
The AUS Library has recently launched an audio recording studio on the first floor. To get you up to speed on how to use the the studio, library student assistant, Hamza Al-Salim, will train you how to:
- open and choose a file type
- create a software instrument and an audio track
- demonstrate basic GarageBand commands
- insert or record audio
- edit audio files with GarageBand plugins
- export and save audio files
No previous experience required. Bring your MacBook to participate.
Studio online booking details: library.aus.edu/library-room-reservations
Wed 10, Apr3:00 pm-4:00 pm IC1
In this workshop you will learn how to move seamlessly through your research process by using EndNote Web for searching, organizing and sharing your research, creating your bibliography and writing your paper. You will also learn about how you can sync your EndNote library across your desktop, online, and iPad so all your references, attachments, and groups can be accessed from anywhere. Presented by Alanna Ross.