Manage researcher profiles

A research profile is a description of your research, your affiliation and your details.

Importance of managing your profile

Researcher profiles allow you to:

  • make your details and your research more discoverable
  • create and manage a publication list
  • avoid misidentification
  • increase the chances of your work being cited.

Your guide to researcher profiles

A research profile is a description of your research, your affiliation and your details.

This guide looks at the different types of researcher profiles. It also includes instructions on how to set them up.

Access your guide

Charles Sturt University Research Output (CRO)

CSO is an open access digital archive. It features research and other activities of Charles Sturt University staff and students.

Access your guide to CRO

Learn more about ORCID and CRO

ORCID is an unique researcher number that works as a persistent digital ID. It helps to distinguishing you from other researchers.

You can link your CRO profile with ORCID. Your publications in CRO can then be automatically uploaded into your ORCID profile.

View guide about ORCID and CRO

How to create and manage an ORCID research profile

This video will show you where to find ORCID, how to create an ID, and other ways that you can personalise your ORCID ID.

How to integrate your ORCID profile into CRO

This video demonstrates how to link your ORCID and CRO profiles so that your publications automatically export from CRO into your ORCID profile. It also shows you how to unlink them.

Workshops

The library also offers in-depth training sessions on managing and maintaining your profile. You can either watch a recorded session or enrol in one of our workshops.

Register for workshops

You can find a list of all the professional development (PD) events and sessions in this calendar.

Watch a recorded workshop

You can watch a recorded session about researcher profiles.