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ORCiD - Connecting Research and Researchers

ORCID, an independent, not-for-profit organization designed to benefit all stakeholders, is unique in its ability to reach across disciplines, research sectors, and national boundaries. The ability to connect research and researchers enhances the scientific discovery process and improves the efficiency of research funding and collaboration. ORCID is engaging with all sectors of the research community to realize this vision.

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Resources on social media for scientists

A list of useful social media resources for scientists, from Anna Sharman for KCL.

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Publishing Innovations: A Helpful Tool

In the "101 Innovations in Scholarly Communication," Bianca Kramer and Jeroen Bosman took the top 101 major players in the new publishing ecosystem and divided them up into the six main workflow phases from research through to measuring the impact of published articles.

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Resource Roundup: Online Tools

The internet is a big place, and everyday there are more and more tools popping up with promises to help you work faster and more efficiently. It’s a lot of work just to make sense of it all. To help make this easier, we’ve compiled a series of resources we’ve found that can help you with your work and that we think offer genuine value.

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Resource Roundup: Publishing News

There are far too many journals to keep up with on an individual basis, and with new high-profile retractions and changes in the publishing industry happening at a fairly constant rate, it’s important to stay up-to-date. Thankfully, the Internet makes this all a lot easier, here are some of our recommended resources for keeping up with all the news you need to know.

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Resource Roundup: Language Resources

A range of online options, including style guides, grammar tutorials, common problem analysis, document styles and interactive courses, offer you a well-rounded selection of choices to help you brush up on whatever specific aspects of language you want to learn about.

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Resource Roundup: Organizational Tools

As a busy researcher you know how important it is to be organized. With so many commitments pulling you to and fro, it can be easy to forget an important task or meeting. Not to mention needing to know how much time to anticipate for things like writing up manuscripts. We look at some useful online organizational tools to help keep you on top of your projects, and take the hassle out of staying organized.

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