Scholars are encouraged to establish a profile, otherwise the value of a Google Scholar search is limited. Also, authors can then control the content of their listings in Google Scholar to make sure all their work is represented.
Sign up for a Google account if you don't already have one.
On the Google Scholar home page, click on:
You'll be asked for your email address. Using an academic email address will allow your profile to be included in Google Scholar search results.
Add articles you've authored, either singly or in groups. References can be selected from the list Google provides, added from a Google Scholar search or added manually.
Review and update profile.
Add photo and other finishing touches.
Choose whether to keep profile private or make it public.
Your citation metrics will be automatically updated by Google Scholar.
To have your articles list automatically updated, select Profile Updates from Action menu, choose automatic updates setting, and click Update Settings.
h-index is the largest number h such that h publications have at least h citations. The second column has the "recent" version of this metric which is the largest number h such that h publications have at least h new citations in the last 5 years.
i10-index is the number of publications with at least 10 citations. The second column has the "recent" version of this metric which is the number of publications that have received at least 10 new citations in the last 5 years.
Off-campus? Please use the Software VPN and choose the group UCIFull to access licensed content. For more information, please Click here
Software VPN is not available for guests, so they may not have access to some content when connecting from off-campus.