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Author IDs and Profiles: Ways to Enhance Research Visibility Asia Pacific Workshop

by Learning and Research Services HKUL on 2021-02-09T12:03:14+08:00 in General | Comments

Building an author profile is one of the major ways to consolidate scholarly output produced by researchers and raise their visibility among the scholarly communities, granting their work higher opportunities for being discovered and cited.

The University of Hong Kong Libraries and ORCID is co-organizing an online workshop regarding author profiling on ORCID, Scopus, and Publons for researchers, administrators and librarians of research institutions, funders, publishers, and associations in Asia-Pacific region. It will cover:

  • Introduction of researcher author profiling with ORCID, Scopus Author ID, and Publons
  • Demonstration of use cases at HKU Scholars Hub and DataHub

The workshop is scheduled as follows:

Date: 2nd March 2021 (Tuesday)

Time: 10:30 am – 12:00 noon

Venue: Online via GoToWebinar (Register here)

This workshop will be jointly delivered by speakers from HKU Libraries and ORCID, as well as guest speakers from Elsevier and Clarivate. Details of the presentations and speakers are as follows:

Maximize Impact: Connecting ORCID iDs with other researcher identifiers
Estelle Cheng, ORCID

Enhance your research impact with Publons
Huang Tingying, Clarivate Analytics

Scopus author profile, highlights your research strengths
Joan Yin, Elsevier

Manage your author profile at HKU Libraries
Jesse Xiao, The University of Hong Kong Libraries

It is a great opportunity for researchers and industry professionals in Asia Pacific region to get familiar with the author profiling tools for enhancing research visibility. Registration for the workshop is available here. The meeting information will be sent to registrants upon successful enrollment.

For enquiries, please contact Learning and Research Services, The University of Hong Kong Libraries at

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