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DSpace and Google Scholar Webinar for Nigeria

Description
For many researchers, Google Scholar is the first entry point for finding scientific articles. Including collections of institutional repositories in Google Scholar search results provides instant worldwide visibility for these publications. This benefits authors, the scientific community as well as the institutions themselves.

In this webinar for the Nigerian DSpace user group, Google Scholar Monica Westin will show how Google Scholar indexing works and what is required to ensure the inclusion of repositories. The webinar will cover the most common DSpace repository indexing issues, how they can be identified and resolved, and how to check the coverage of your repository in Google Scholar.
At the end there will be a question and answer session for the participants.

The webinar will be in English.


When: September 4, 2019 - 3:00pm WAT


Registration: https://duraspace.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_KglK0jdwS8GAMVETGz3vrA


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How about a situation where there are variants in the name of same author - sometimes an author subdues either a middle name or first name, or totally inconsistent name ordering in different publications?


Chinwe : Must I have my repository on Directory of institutional repository before it is recorgnised globally


Does port number like https://xyx.edu:8080 affect indexing


How do you reconcile problems of incorrect publication dates that are earlier than the version


Chinwe from FUTO: The all version entry is confusing . Does it mean that we can upload into our repository articles already contained in Journal site


How do you know if you are indexed on google scholar or not


Is it possible to know the total no of index item in my dspace


Does it take a while before item submitted get synchronize in google scholar?




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