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Publishing Research Support Documents in Open Access Platform to Improve Research Impact[v1] | Preprints

 Source: https://www.preprints.org/manuscript/201706.0111/v1

Publishing Research Support Documents in Open Access Platform to Improve Research Impact

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: Received: 23 June 2017 / Approved: 26 June 2017 / Online: 26 June 2017 (04:20:47 CEST)



How to cite:
Ale Ebrahim, N.; Bong, Y. Publishing Research Support
Documents in Open Access Platform to Improve Research Impact. Preprints 2017, 2017060111 (doi: 10.20944/preprints201706.0111.v1).


Ale Ebrahim, N.; Bong, Y. Publishing
Research Support Documents in Open Access Platform to Improve Research
Impact. Preprints 2017, 2017060111 (doi:
10.20944/preprints201706.0111.v1).





Abstract

Researchers, journals, and universities want to receive more
citations for their scholarly publications. However, a paper citations
depend on its quality, visibility and author’s online profile. Research
support documents (unpublished papers, white papers, project reports,
datasets, software, posters, online resources and teaching materials)
can be additional source for increasing the author’s visibility. To
enhance research visibility and impact, the full range of scholarly
output should be available online on the open access platform. With open
access platform, key research findings are made accessible immediately
to the scientific community. Therefore, the publicly available research
support documents may result in receiving more citations in addition to
the published papers. In this paper we conducted a simplified three
stages study on the benefits of research support documents publications
on open access platform. We also elaborated on approaches of improving
your research visibility and impact through these document.

Subject Areas

improve citations; research tools; research visibility; research impact; documents publishing; highly cited

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Thursday, 22 June 2017

ORCID integration at ScienceOpen - ScienceOpen Blog

 Source: http://blog.scienceopen.com/2016/06/orcid-integration-at-scienceopen/

In:  ORCID  

ORCID integration at ScienceOpen



ORCID integration has been at the heart
of our publishing system since our inception. We like to think that
this demonstrates that ScienceOpen was already thinking way ahead of the
curve for the future of publishing, and recognising the importance of
infrastructure and the value of unique identifiers. ORCID is now a major
part of the scholarly communications infrastructure, and becoming more
so with each passing day.
At ScienceOpen, registration with us
requires registration with ORCID. In fact, if you register with us, we
will automatically provide you the options for registering with ORCID.
Why is this important?
At ScienceOpen, we have always supported the use of ORCID within our services. Membership at ScienceOpen can be updated directly using your ORCID profile, providing seamless integration of the two.
To comment, review and rate articles,
we require an ORCID along with membership at ScienceOpen. If you have
more than 5 articles within your ORCID profile, you’ll gain Expert member status
with us, and free reign of services! We feel this is important to
maintain a high standard of quality for our peer review services. This
isn’t to say that those without ORCID wouldn’t be great referees, it’s
just that this is an explicit minimum standard.
Here’s a little table to help make this a
little easier to understand. We’re evolving all the time to adapt to
the needs of the research community, so please let us know if there’s
anything we can do to enhance our services!
Here’s a crash course in signing up for ORCID and integrating it into ScienceOpen:
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Step 1. No publication history on ORCID? Sign in to ORCID!
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Step 2: Click on “Add Works”, and follow steps to integrate works from various sources.
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Step 3: Login to your ScienceOpen profile page, and click “Refresh from ORCID”.
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Step 4: After clicking refresh, you
should see your publication record from ORCID integrated with your
ScienceOpen profile. If this doesn’t happen, try logging in and out, or
get in contact with us (jon.tennant@scienceopen.com)
Step 5: Enjoy contributing towards making science more open! 🙂


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Tuesday, 20 June 2017

Effective Strategies for Increasing Citation Frequency – ScienceOpen

 Source: https://twitter.com/Science_Open/status/877382725904113664

Effective Strategies for Increasing Citation Frequency

Summary

Due
to the effect of citation impact on The Higher Education (THE) world
university ranking system, most of the researchers are looking for some
helpful techniques to increase their citation record. This paper by
reviewing the relevant articles extracts 33 different ways
for increasing the citations possibilities. The results show that the
article visibility has tended to receive more download and citations.
This is probably the first study to collect over 30 different ways to
improve the citation record. Further study is needed to explore and
expand these techniques in specific fields of study in order to make the
results more precisely.

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Journal

International Education Studies
IES
Canadian Center of Science and Education
1913-9039
1913-9020

October
11 2013

October
23 2013
: 6
: 11
©
2013
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Evolution of connected health: a network perspective | SpringerLink

 Source: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11192-017-2431-x



Scientometrics

pp 1–20

Evolution of connected health: a network perspective

  • Serhat Burmaoglu
  • Ozcan Saritas
  • Levent Bekir Kıdak
  • İpek Camuz Berber
  1. 1.Department of Healthcare ManagementIzmir Katip Celebi UniversityIzmirTurkey
  2. 2.National Research University Higher School of EconomicsMoscowRussian Federation
Article
DOI:
10.1007/s11192-017-2431-x

Cite this article as:
Burmaoglu, S., Saritas, O., Kıdak, L.B. et al. Scientometrics (2017). doi:10.1007/s11192-017-2431-x

Abstract

In
this study, the evolution of the connected health concept is analysed
and visualized to investigate the ever-tightening relationship between
health and technology as well as emerging possibilities regarding
delivery of healthcare services. A scientometric analysis was undertaken
to investigate the trends and evolutionary relations between health and
information systems through the queries in the Web of Science database
using terms related to health and information systems. To understand the
evolutionary relation between different concepts, scientometric
analyses were conducted within five-year intervals using the
VantagePoint, SciMAT, and CiteSpace II software. Consequently, the main
stream of publications related to the connected health concept matching
telemedicine cluster was determined. All other developments in health
and technologies were discussed around this main stream across years.
The trends obtained through the analysis provide insights about the
future of healthcare and technology relationship particularly with
rising importance of privacy, personalized care along with mobile
networks and mobile infrastructure.

Keywords

Connected health Electronic health record Health informatics Mobile health Telemedicine eHealth mHealth 

References

  1. Accenture (2012). Connected health: The drive to integrated healthcare delivery. www.accenture.com/connectedhealthstudy Accessed 18 Dec 2015.
  2. Aghaei
    Chadegani, A., Salehi, H., Yunus, M. M., Farhadi, H., Fooladi, M.,
    Farhadi, M., et al. (2013). A comparison between two main academic
    literature collections: Web of science and scopus databases. Asian Social Science,
    9(5), 18–26.Google Scholar


Evolution of connected health: a network perspective | SpringerLink