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Preparing for Digital Measures Creating and Curating a Scholarly Profile
This guide is designed for those who would like to create a ResearcherID or Google Scholar profile, especially those who need to track scholarly output in preparation for the Digital Measures implementation.
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Preparing for Digital Measures: Creating and Curating a Scholarly Profile
This guide is designed for those who would like to create a ResearcherID, or Google Scholar profile, especially those who need to track scholarly output in preparation for the Digital Measures implementation.
When updating your annual report through Digital Measures, you will be able to input your publications manually, through third-party import options, or by uploading a BibTeX file, which can be created in a variety of ways. Digital Measures has direct integrations to various third party import tools like Crossref, PubMed, and Web of Science, allowing for easier publication import. You can also leverage scholarly output tracked via Google Scholar, or through citation managers like Zotero and Mendeley, by exporting the commonly accepted BibTeX file. Within this LibGuide we have included information about how to set up Google Scholar and ResearcherID accounts. We have also included information about how to export a BibTeX file from both, as well as a selection of other citation managers.
There are pros and cons to each of these approaches, and some may work better for particular disciplines. Please see our Publication Import Guide for further details.