Why create more than one profile? You may want to change your biosketch to reflect special expertise or knowledge that you bring to a specific award. You can change your general profile statement or your contributions to science, showing how your expertise and experiences meet the aims of the new awards proposal. To use the online biosketch, you will need to have a My NCBI account. If you have not set one up, but you have an NIH/eRA Commons account, please select that option when registering.
You may also go directly to the SciENcv Website
Cabells Whitelist AND Blacklist are now available from the Libraries. Cabells (Whitelist & Blacklist) helps researchers find the right academic journal to publish their research. The Whitelist maintains current information on active calls for papers, submission guidelines, submission contact information, e-mail addresses, websites, information about time to review/press, impact factors, and more. The Blacklist analyzes over 60 behavioral indicators to keep the community aware of the growing threats and to keep academia protected from exploitative operations. For more information, see the Cabells FAQ.
Do you have questions about iThenticate? iThenticate is a tool for faculty researchers to check their unpublished manuscripts for citation errors and potential similarity to other published works. See this brief overview of what it is and how to use it. Contact your Library Liaison for assistance in setting up an account and running reports. Also, visit the Office of Research Integrity page on iThenticate for documentation and training videos.
Register for ICPSR's 2020 Summer Program in Quantitative Methods of Social Research
Save the Date! The 2020 ICPSR Data Fair will take place from Sept. 21-25, 2020.
Get updates and more info by filling out the 2020 Data Fair Interest Form.
What is ICPSR? Watch this short video (1:56).
Read ICPSR's Winter Databytes Newsletter.
Georgia Southern University is a member institution of the Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR).