A weekly programmatic import of JCU publications occurs. It is based on information available in Web of Science. If you have published an article that appears in Web of Science AND you have listed James Cook University as your affiliation, then a record of your article will be harvested and imported.
When this occurs, you'll receive notification via email.
All you need to do is:
Not all JCU publications are found in this database, so it's a good idea to check your publication list regularly.
From the Manage Deposits screen, select DOI from the Import From list. Click import.
Many of the mandatory fields required for depositing are filled in, saving some time and effort.
Are you new to JCU? Are you bringing a long list of publications with you?
If you have your publications indexed in Scopus it's possible to have publication records from 2016 onwards imported into ResearchOnline@JCU. The next round of ERA in 2023 will focus on research outputs from 2016-2021.
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