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As an academic researcher, whether you are a student, postdoc, researcher or faculty member, others will search your name on the internet to find out more about your work. What will they find? This workshop will discuss some places where your list of publications will show up, the pros and cons of various academic profile sites and website tools, and ways to make sure your profile in Google Scholar, ORCID, and elsewhere is accurate and up to date. We'll go over some ways to use research databases to potentially find future collaborators. And finally, we'll talk about a few tools you have as an MIT affiliate to make your publications and research output open access and available for greater visibility of your work.

This workshop will be in person in the library computer lab, 14N-132, and will include some time to work on your own academic profiles.

Monday, January 8, 2024
1:00pm - 2:30pm
14N-132 (DIRC)
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Phoebe Ayers

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