CRIS Introduction – Author ID

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CRIS Introduction – Author ID

Edit and update your Author ID​

A Scopus Author ID is automatically generated the first time one of your publications is indexed in Scopus.
Scopus will sometimes generate multiple IDs for the same author, due to name spelling variations.
To solve this and to optimize the citation metrics, request to merge your author IDs.

Useful links:

Create a Publons profile, or sign in with your Thomson Reuters username and password (this can be the username for your ResearcherID, Web of Science or Endnote). Next, load your documents from either Web of Science or Endnote to associate them with your new identification number.

Useful links:

  • The Technion libraries’ complete CRIS user guide (.ppt)
  1. Sign in or register with your personal details
  2. Choose a privacy level: “public” or “trusted parties”
  3. AUTHORIZE to create your Technion ORCID

With your permission, ORCID will import articles from Scopus, Web of Science, Europe PubMed Central and CrossRef, if their citations have a unique identifier (e.g., DOI, ISBN). You can also import your publications from databases (Web of Science, Scopus, etc.) on your own:

  1. Login to ORCID and click the Add Work button in the Works Section.
  2. Click the Search & Link button in the Works Section of your profile.
  3. Follow the link to the resource from which you want to import citations.

For any support, please contact your Faculty Library. Medical Faculty members who work
in hospitals affiliated with the Technion may receive assistance from the hospital librarians.

For any support, please send your questions and requests to the Technion Helpdesk or contact your Faculty Library.
You are also welcome to order a personal or a group instruction.

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