The library’s role in high-value profiles of researchers and institutions

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Denise Brush, Jonathan Jiras, Rachel Miles, Guus van den Brekel

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Authority often leads to opportunity Employers, funders and collaborators need to be aware of and trust in the foundation for that authority before the opportunity actualizes. Librarians play an important role in establishing that evidence for both their researchers and institutions. Learn more in this one-hour webinar, where four librarian presenters will discuss how they: • Advise researchers on curating their academic and author profiles • Preserve and provide access to research and scholarship • Present faculty workshops on research impact and other initiatives • Promote, support and track open access​ With examples from Scopus, Expert Gallery Suite and other solutions. Presenters: Denise Brush, Engineering and Earth Sciences Librarian, Rowan University Libraries Jonathan Jiras, Technology Services Librarian, Rowan University Libraries Rachel Miles, Research Impact Librarian, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Guus van den Brekel, Medical Information Specialist, University Medical Center Groningen

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