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Maximum research impact: Finding and following scholarly works and people

This guide is for faculty, staff and students who would like to increase the impact of their research and I would be happy to get feedback about it.

Caveat

There are many and constantly evolving ways to keep up with scholarly personnel and news; the ones listed here are only a few of them. Share any interesting methods when you come across them or if you created them to library@yale-nus.edu.sg. 

As a courtesy when you wish to comment on issues relating to the College, please state that it is in your personal capacity and that you are not speaking on behalf of the College. 

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Subject Headings

The Library assigns general subject headings to all books and materials.  If you find an interesting title, look to see what subject headings are assigned in its LINC record. You can then click on relevant subject headings within the record to see all books categorized similarly.

Call numbers

The Library organizes information by SUBJECT. Items you find on the library shelves will be grouped together by Call Number - and thus, subject! If you know the general call number of your area of interest - you can simply go to the shelf or search the Libraries' catalog for that number!

Using Twitter

Through Web of Science

Through Google Scholar profiles

Through ORCiD

You will not be able to follow a researcher in ORCiD; however you can contact them via their institution. 

Through Scopus

 Click on Follow this Author.