Many conferences have been canceled or deferred due to Covid, but you can still share your work through Duke! Instructions for adding a record to Scholars are below.
iThenticate is an anti-plagiarism tool that allows research documents to be uploaded for review against other published works.
For additional guidance and information about how to use iThenticate, please visit the Duke Office of Scientific Integrity.
The Open Researcher and Contributor ID (ORCID) enables you to clearly identify your publications, distinguishing your works from other people with similar names. Duke is making it even easier to obtain an ORCID ID.
Your ORCID ID is now part of your Duke Directory listing and Scholars@Duke information! At the ORCID site, you can also search for and identify the publications that are yours! Find more information on the many ways you may use ORCID, including linking it to your Scopus record, in this newsletter article.
In a Publons public-facing dashboard, track your publishing contributions, including:
The EQUATOR Network maintains a searchable list of reporting guidelines for research. These consensus documents delineate what needs to be included in articles describing health research, such as randomized controlled trials, systematic reviews, and animal studies. Many journals require authors to follow the relevant guidelines for the type of research conducted.
Over 400 reporting guidelines are available, including:
|CONSORT||Randomized Controlled Trials|
|ARRIVE||Animal Pre-Clinical Studies|