How to develop your own google scholar profile

How to develop your own google scholar profile

How to create your own Google scholar profile Monit Cheung, PhD, LCSW, Professor ([email protected]) Patrick Leung, PhD, Professor ([email protected]) University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work 2017, 2013 http://www.uh.edu/socialwork/New_research/cwep/title-iv-e/ (Under Journals in Child Welfare and Related Fields, click at Create Your Google Scholar Profile) (c) 2017 Drs. Cheung & Leung

1 * Step 1 Sign In *Go to: http://scholar.google.com/ *Sign in your Google or Gmail account (c) 2017 Drs. Cheung & Leung 2 * Step 2 Get Started *While on Google scholar, click My Citations and enter your login information

(c) 2017 Drs. Cheung & Leung 3 * Step 3 Edit Your Profile a. Change Photo b. Update Profile c. Add

up to five areas of interests e.g., Title IVE, Child (c) 2017 Drs. Cheung & Leung Welfare 4 d. If you are in the tenure/promotion review process, make sure to select

My profile is public for your external reviewers * Step 4 Add Your Publications Under Action, select Add to select additional articles from Google Scholar (c) 2017 Drs. Cheung & Leung 5 d. When you are done, click your photo to return to your

profile b. Search articles a. Type your name here c. Add your article

e. If you are not able to find some of your articles, you may add them manually to your list. (c) 2017 Drs. Cheung & Leung 6 * Step 5 Add Articles Manually (c) 2017 Drs. Cheung & Leung 7 Note: Manually added articles may not increase your citations, h-index, or i10-

* Step 6 View Your Profile Click here to see your colleagues profiles in each area of your interest, e.g. Title IV-E Number of citations, h-index, and i10index Click either Cited by or Year to sort your publications (c) 2017 Drs. Cheung & Leung 8 * Step 7 Inform Your Colleagues

Click EDIT to add your homepage URL and other information. If You chose public under EDIT, people can find you with your name via Google Scholar. You may also find that and copy your Google Profile URL for your CV. * After you log out, your profile can be retrieved in the future. * Repeat step 1 and 2 to update your Google scholar profile, if needed. (c) 2017 Drs. Cheung & Leung 9

*Example: To access Title IV-E scholars information, when on any profile, click: Title IV-E (result is in next slide) (c) 2017 Drs. Cheung & Leung 10 Click at your area of interest and you can see Google Profile of other colleagues in the same field (c) 2017 Drs. Cheung & Leung 11

* Questions *Email [email protected] or [email protected] *Be a productive scholar! Disclaimer: This PowerPoint presentation is only an example to help scholars build their profile in a centralized location across disciplines. The authors do not endorse the use of any specific scholar index or search engine. Google and Google Scholar websites are conveniently available

through the internet. Their disclaimer can be found on www.scholar.google.com: Legal opinions in Google Scholar are provided for informational purposes only and should not be relied on as a substitute for legal advice from a licensed lawyer. Google does not warrant that the information is complete or accurate. (c) 2017 Drs. Cheung & Leung 12

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