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Faculty Success: 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 Faculty Success.

Citation Managers for Publication Tracking

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Citation Managers are typically used to manage resources that you find while doing research, in anticipation of then citing those references while writing. 

They can also be used to create personal publication libraries, which can then be exported as BibTeX files to import into Faculty Success. 

Here we provide tips and tricks to leverage these systems for scholarly output tracking purposes, please visit our Citation Management Tools LibGuide for more information about their traditional uses, and consider attending one of our workshops. Please click on the name of the Citation Manager you would like to use for more specific recommendations for each system.