Developing scholarly profiles, including claiming your works with a unique identifier and cultivating an online scholar presence, can help raise the visibility of your research. This guide on creating and claiming unique author identifiers and profiles can help you curate and maintain an online researcher profile that will allow you to disambiguate your work from the work of authors that share a similar name, and keep your works together if you change your name or publish under variant name forms.
Benefits of a unique profile:
ORCID helps with name disambiguation efforts and aims to reduce administrative burdens for researchers.
A number of journals require authors to provide ORCID IDs in order to publish in those journals. A number of funders use ORCID IDs to make funding applications and outcome reporting easier. For example, ORCID integrates with SciENcv.
The library does not have a subscription to Scopus, but you can still view your Scopus Author Profile.
You should be able to use the Author Feedback Wizard to verify and correct your profile. Make sure your record is connected to your ORCID.
If you have a public Google Scholar profile, make sure you review it on a regular basis to make sure it is correct. If you do not have a Google Scholar Profile, you can create one using your Google account.
Google has detailed help on setting up your profile.