SelectedWorks is a faculty profile system supported by the FIU Libraries. It combines the individuality of a faculty page with the functionality, content and automation of Digital Commons. All content in SelectedWorks is optimized for discovery in Google and Google Scholar and is included in the university's Expert Gallery.
1. Go to works.bepress.com.
2. Sign Up Select the Menu button at the top of the page and select Sign Up to create an account. Fill out the required fields starting with your FIU email. Select your URL (this cannot be changed later) and institutional affiliation. If you already have a SelectedWorks page, you can affiliate it to FIU.
3. Add biographical information to your profile. Enter an introductory paragraph at the top of the page along with a photo. Select the About tab to include information about yourself including: positions held, your cv, courses taught, research interests, and awards.
4. Adding content. Click the Add work button and select Import works. This will search Digital Commons and identify any papers that might be yours. Click the box next to each title that is yours; choose the appropriate document type; and choose appropriate display categories. Then, click "Import." The paper will then appear on your site.
If you have new content or have never submitted work to Digital Commons, please send the items to Jill Krefft at email@example.com. Our staff will upload your work to Digital Commons and then you may import them to your SelectedWorks page.
To learn more about managing your profile, Download the SelectedWorks Uer Guide.
Because SelectedWorks is a non-commercial site that provides detailed usage and download counts for all your work, institutionally branded profile pages, persistent URLs, and consultation services to assist in managing your publications. In addition, publishers and funders often allow you to post your articles in an Institutional Repository (and a SelectedWorks profile) even when they won't allow you to on social media sites like Researchgate and Academia.edu.
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