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RNS SEO: How 52 research networking sites perform on Google, and what that tells us

Research networking systems (RNS) like Vivo, Profiles, SciVal, and Pure are meant to be used — but often fail to be discoverable by real users because of poor search engine optimization (SEO). 1,025 more words

Research Networking

We've completed our NSF Grant! UCSF Profiles and its use by external partners

UCSF Profiles is an example of a Research networking system (RNS). These systems provide automated aggregation and mining of information to create profiles and networks of the people that make up an academic institution. 1,034 more words

Collaboration Tools

Featured Researchers: A Dynamic Duo from Austin College

This week, the Alamo Research Center hosted Drs. Light and Victoria Cummins from Austin College in Sherman, Texas. Dr. Light T. Cummins was the State Historian of Texas  from May 2009 to July 2012. 371 more words

Researcher Profiles

Research Profile: Francesca Roe

I am a current PhD student at the University of Bristol, working on the gendered use of marionettes, puppets and dolls in the cultural production of the Wiener Moderne. 234 more words

Researcher Profiles

Featured Researcher: Joel Kitchens

Today we’d like to introduce you to the intrepid Joel Kitchens. He has spent the whole week researching at the Alamo Research Center- and this is not his first visit! 263 more words

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HSH Phase II

Wondering what that is? An acronym for Hindu Samaj Heritage! Have you noticed the change in the blog name? This marks a new beginning in our quest to discover and understand anglo-Indian heritage in the Peak District.  193 more words

Industrial Revolution

A happy tale

Once upon a time, a researcher sat in front of her computer opening and closing her eyes shut, flexing her fingers and  rolling her head in a circular motion so her neck muscles wake up again, for she had spent hours reading and researching, looking for answers to her questions! 682 more words

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