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Researcher Identifiers, Profiles and Social Networks: University of Newcastle web profile

What is a University of Newcastle Web Profile?

Your researcher profile is an individual, publicly accessible profile on the University's website. 

Research Profiles are designed to highlight areas of expertise including research, teaching, mentoring, leadership, awards and administrative.  

Your web profile can be created using NEXUS. Information about University of Newcastle appointments, HDR supervision, grants and your qualifications are populated using data from a number of University systems, such as HR, NURO, NOVA, NUSTAR and RIMS. 

For more information visit the Research Profile page. 

Why create your University of Newcastle web profile?

Your web profile is a publicly accessible profile on the University's website and publicises details such as professional highlights, career summary, publications, grants, supervision and awards.

Your web profiles allows you to link your profile to a wide variety of social networks and profiles such as: 

  • ORCID
  • ResearcherID and Scopus author identifier
  • Academia.edu and ResearchGate
  • Twitter, LinkedIn and Flicker
  • Facebook, Instagram and Youtube

How to create your University of Newcastle Web Profile

Visit the Your web profile page for detailed information on setting up your profile.  

Visit the Completing your personal profile in Nexus video for a step by step guide.