From today, we’re pleased to announce that Web of Science™ Researcher Profiles is improved with new features for tracking your publications, citation metrics, peer reviews and journal editing, all in one place – making it the one-stop destination for managing your academic profile and demonstrating your expertise.
We have created the next generation of the Web of Science Researcher Profiles by incorporating the best features of Publons and ResearcherID. When Publons integrated with the Web of Science and ResearcherID in 2019, we received many requests from users asking us to improve the way the tools work together. Community feedback has guided our development since day one.
With new Web of Science Researcher Profiles, you can:
- Receive credit for all of your scholarly contributions
Track your publications, citation metrics, peer reviews and journal editing work in one place to demonstrate your expertise throughout your career.
- Be noticed by funders and potential collaborators
Showcase your work in a trusted database used by over 15 million researchers at more than 9,000 institutions worldwide.
- Keep track of when your work is cited
You’ll receive automatic citation alerts for the publications in your profile that are indexed in the Web of Science Core Collection.
- See the full picture of your citation impact in context
Web of Science Researcher Profiles help you gain a deeper understanding of the citation impact of your work with a visualization (Web of Science Author Impact Beamplot) that aligns with best practices for research evaluation.
- Get back to what matters most
Save time with a profile that syncs with ORCID and exports your publications and verified peer review history with a few clicks, so that you can focus on your research.
- Stand out from the crowd
With badges for your earned designations including Highly Cited Researchers™ and Web of Science Academy™ Mentor or Graduate. You can also hide your old name to become discoverable by your chosen name.
Your new profile is waiting for you – access it today
To access your Web of Science Researcher Profile simply log in to webofscience.com with your existing user credentials to view, manage, and search across researcher profiles, and continue to gain recognition for your publications, peer reviews, and editorial work.
Your username and password will be the same, and you will have free access to this resource on Web of Science from August 18.
If you would like to link to your new Web of Science profile – for example, from your institution’s website, then the new URL will be https://www.webofscience.com/wos/author/record/[insert your ResearcherID]. In the meantime, the URL for your Publons profile will simply redirect to your new Web of Science profile.
Learn more about the Web of Science here
Visit the interactive guide to your new profile here