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Setting Up Your Research Profile

Last Updated: Jun 18, 2015 09:05AM BST

Your research profile is your public presence in colwiz. Other colwiz users are able to find your profile and view its contents, which include a brief research biography, your research interests, publications that are authored or co-authored by you, and contact details if you wish to share them.

 

To access your research profile

  1. Log in to colwiz.com with your account details

  2. Select Profile from the black navigation panel on the left.

In this page you'll see the following tabs:
 

Activity shows you all the activity that has taken place that directly relates to your profile, including any updates that you make; the profile, groups and projects that you join; and any contact connections that you make.

Research Profile displays your qualifications, experience, research interests, awards and other information about your career.

Publications gives a list of any publications that you have authored or co-authored, so other colwiz users can see your work.

Contacts gives a list of other people with whom you are connected on colwiz, who are able to share publications and other files with you, send you messages, and perform many other collaborative interactions.

 

To edit your research profile

  1. Open your research profile and find the section (research interests, contact details e.t.c) that you wish to edit.

  2. Select "Edit" on the right side of this section to begin editing.

  3. When you're done, select "Save" at the end of this section to save your edits.


Note: In order to view Publications that were authored or co-authored by you, you must first register them from the list of publications that are already loaded into your Library. See the Library help section for more information on how to do this.

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