Learn how to update your Find an Expert profile via Themis and Elements.
Claim your ORCID and link it to Elements, Scopus Author ID, ARC RMS and other publication management systems.
Learn how Open Research can help disseminate your research as widely as possible.
Log in to Themis, go to UOM Research Self Service, select Themis Researcher Profile, Select Public Staff profile and provide the following:
You are assigned a Find an Expert profile when:
Note: You will be able to locate your profile by searching by your first and last name in Find an Expert.
Elements is the institutional publication management system used for research reporting:
Minerva Access is the institutional open access repository:
Find more information about the process of managing research outputs on the Research Gateway.
The university has mandated that all academic staff and graduate research students need to create and maintain an ORCID. That means you need to:
Having an ORCID will benefit you in the following ways:
Graduate researchers, are you ready to submit a thesis? You need an ORCID. Read about requirements for thesis submission.
Researchers will also need an ORCID throughout the research lifecycle.
Researchers need to uphold the Principles for Open Access to Research Outputs at Melbourne.
To help you achieve this, the Open Research Library Guide provides an introduction to:
You can also get more information and answers to any questions you have the Researcher@Library sessions on Public Access and Your Thesis.
This policy applies to all University research outputs, including journal articles, books and book chapters, conference abstracts, creative works, performances and other scholarly works. It also applies to web-based publications including personal or professional blogs and the making of any form of research output available over the Internet.
To help target the best and most appropriate journals, conferences or other outlets to publish your research outputs:
Now that you and your colleagues have completed all data collection, data analysis and published the findings, it is time to disseminate your publications widely: