PhD Up – Researcher Profiles to Set You Apart: ORCiD, LinkedIn and More

Gain an understanding of the importance of developing your online researcher profiles and branding.

The workshop aims to provide an understanding of the importance of developing your online researcher profiles and branding. It will provide an overview of how to develop effective and complimentary research and professional profiles to support your career.   

The specific benefits and differences between the following profiles will be discussed:  

  • ORCID iD and other academic profiles (Google Scholar, Scopus, Researcher)
  • LinkedIn.

Learning outcomes  
You will understand the important elements in creating effective and complimentary research and professional online profiles.  

Designed for
Current HDR candidates at RMIT University.

Facilitators
Joint workshop by RMIT University Library Research Services and RMIT University Careers.

Contact
Miranda Francis - miranda.francis@rmit.edu.au

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