How to use Google Scholar to boost your academic profile?
Gareth DykePaleontologist, Editor-in-Chief, Historical Biology, Taylor & Francis
Understand how you can use this top academic search engine to highlight your research publications, citations, and achievements and connect with top publishers, universities, societies, and peers.
What you learn
Understand the purpose and advantages of Google Scholar
The anatomy of a Google Scholar account for researchers
How to use available metrics to determine research impact
How to strengthen your researcher profile with Google Scholar
Wondering if there is a way to boost your online profile? Wish you had a networking platform that could showcase your research publications, citations, and career growth all in one place? If you nodded yes, then this program on the popular Google Scholar search engine for scholarly literature is perfect for you!
This short video program introduces you to Google Scholar, one of the most comprehensive repositories of academic articles with over 389 million records across subject areas. You will understand how to use this free tool to consolidate and present your publication data to your peers, collaborators, institutes, and others in the academic community. This program also illustrates the benefits of setting up a Google Scholar account, and covers the basic components and features available with your profile. By the end of the program, you will be able to discover where your work has been cited, calculate your impact with the help of key metrics, and understand how to leverage your academic achievements effectively.