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Things to Think About...
Choosing the right journal or publisher can improve the chance that your scholarship is discovered by other scholars. When choosing a journal, it's worth considering which databases index the journal, whether the journal is available freely or by subscription, and the reputation of the publisher.
Creating a Scholarly Profile
Creating a profile enables other scholars to identify your works easilty. If you don't manage your scholarly profile, selected websites many already be managing it without your input.
Allows you to create a unique author ID and ensures that your works are correctly identified.
Scopus Author Identifier
Ensures that all your works are grouped together in the Scopus database.
Ensures that all your works are all grouped together in the Web of Science database.
Ensures that all your works are grouped together in Google Scholar and enables you to track citations to your work.
You can create a list of your books by signing into WorldCat.org. It will assign a unique URL to the list, which you can share.