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Publish in open access journals. Open access journals are accessible to more people and are thus sometimes cited more frequently. Open access journals are also more likely to allow you to retain rights to a work, allowing for further dissemination of research.
Keeping your Scholars@Duke profile up to date is important – it is one of the first things that will come up when people search for your name or your research, and it is also used for university web sites, reporting, and can even be used to update your CV or biosketch. It is easy to do, and best if you check your profile and update it regularly.
Use these tips to keep your publications current in Scholars@Duke. You can manage your publications in the Elements system, which automatically populates your Scholars publications.
ORCID provides a persistent digital identifier that distinguishes you from every other researcher and, through integration in key research workflows such as manuscript and grant submission, supports automated linkages between you and your professional activities ensuring that your work is recognized.
Scholars@Duke features the research, scholarship and activities of Duke faculty members and academic staff. A research discovery system, Scholars@Duke displays web profiles that summarize a person's roles at Duke and displays their connections with colleagues. Visitors can search for faculty members by name, keyword or subject area or anything on their profile.