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Google Scholar Citations
Use the new Google Scholar Citations to find citations to your work from Google Scholar.
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.
Academic Social Networks
Academic social networks can be used to create a profile, add friends and make connections, comment, contribute to discussion boards, etc. Read Terms of Service carefully to make sure you retain the rights to any of your work that you post on these sites, and make sure you have the rights to share your work on the site.
Social networking site for scientists and researchers to share papers, ask and answer questions, and find collaborators.
Platform for academics to share research papers.
Professional networking site.
Free citation and document management software for Mac, Windows and Linux. Can also be used to connect with other researchers and track citations and saves of your own work.
Free service for managing and discovering scholarly references
Network for people working in the humanities.
General Social Media
- The social media sites you're already using (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc) can also be great places to share your research
- Share links to newly published research through these sites
- Include links to your most prominent social media accounts in your email signature
Take advantage of Loyola's marketing and PR resources to further promote your research.
Promote Your Metrics
Once you've measured the impact of your scholarly output, you should use your metrics to further promote yourself. Citation and altmetrics can be used to improve promotion and tenure applications, CVs and resumes, grant applications, and sabbatical and research leave applications.