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  • PIDapalooza 2016: Persistent Identifiers Party Hard

    PIDapalooza 2016: Persistent Identifiers Party Hard

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    Early November 2016, I was privileged to give a presentation about the ORCID implementation at Leiden University at the first ever PIDapalooza Festival, a conference for people interested in persistent identifiers and their use, uses, and future.
  • Get Kudos For Your Work

    Get Kudos For Your Work

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    We all want recognition for our work. Find out how the Kudos service can help your science communication efforts and get your work seen and discussed by a larger audience.
  • 101 Innovations in Scholarly Communication

    101 Innovations in Scholarly Communication

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    The 101 Innovations in Scholarly Communication research project is collecting data through a survey until February 10 2016. What exactly is this project about and why should you take the time to fill out the survey to help provide data?
  • Thumbs up for your references with CiteULike

    Thumbs up for your references with CiteULike

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    CiteULike, the social bookmarking tool for academics is an easy way to save references you discover online without leaving your browser. But it is more than just a way to collect your references thanks to its social features.
  • Figshare Figures You Should Share Your Figures

    Figshare Figures You Should Share Your Figures

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    Research data is becoming more important and presentations, posters, and videos, for example, are all considered proper research products. But how do you share your non-traditional research output in a way that makes it discoverable and citeable?
  • A Change of Pace

    A Change of Pace

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    Since last May, I've been blogging here at The Leiden Connected Researcher on an (almost) weekly basis. From this month on, I'll be slowing the pace and scaling back to monthly posts.
  • Be who you are: the importance of persistent identifiers

    Be who you are: the importance of persistent identifiers

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    In today's crowded scholarly publishing scene mix-ups with similarly-named authors, variants or name changes can easily happen. How can persistent identifiers help you claim your identity and distinguish you from others with your name?
  • Workshopping (Social) Media

    Workshopping (Social) Media

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    Last Friday I attended the pilot of a new workshop presented by Erik Kwakkel and Hermen Visser on traditional and social media and how researchers can use them effectively to communicate their research.
  • Self-archiving alone together?

    Self-archiving alone together?

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    Self-archiving is an important part of Green Open Access. But what exactly is self-archiving and how do academic social media, such as ResearchGate and Academia.edu figure into it? Can you freely deposit your research on your profile on these sites?