How can I create an account via CONNECT?
How can I create an account via ORCID?
You can also create an account using an ORCID iD if you are associated with an academic or research institution. Click "Login with ORCID," which will take you to the ORCID login page. Click "Register now" to obtain an ORCID iD.
What information is displayed on my profile?
Only the information you enter into your profile will be displayed to the public. Empty fields will not be visible on your public profile.
How do I change my account information?
After logging in, hover over your name in the upper right corner of the screen and click "My Account" to view your account details. You can edit your name and email address or change your password by updating the information and clicking "Save" at the bottom of the page.
Can I designate a proxy to edit my profile?
Yes. First, the individual you are designating as your proxy will need a CONNECT account.
To assign a proxy, log into your account and hover over your name in the upper right corner of the screen. Next, click on "My Account." To the right of the My Account page is an area labeled "Who can edit my profile" with a search bar.
Begin typing your designated proxy's name in the search bar; select the correct name from the dropdown menu. Once you choose the person from the dropdown menu, they will be able to edit your profile. You can remove the individual at any time by clicking on the "Remove selection" button located below the person's photo and name.
How do I edit my profile?
After logging in, hover over your name in the upper right corner of the screen and click "My Profile." You can add new information by selecting the plus "+" icon or edit existing information by selecting the pencil icon.
What do the different editing icons mean?
The plus icon indicates that you can add new information.
The pencil icon indicates that you can edit existing information.
The trash can icon indicates that you can delete existing information.
The folder icon indicates that you can manage a list of information.
How do I add a publication to my profile?
Log into your account and hover over your name in the upper right corner of the screen. Click on "My Profile." Next, click the "Publications" tab underneath your profile photo. Click on the plus "+" sign to add your publication and related information. After completing the necessary information fields, click "Create Entry," and the information you input will be saved and displayed on your public profile.
You can also add a publication by DOI or PubMed ID. Navigate to the right side of your profile and click on "DOI" or "PubMed ID" beneath "Claim publications by." Enter the information and click "Submit" to claim the publication.
How do I edit publications on my profile?
Click the "Publications" tab underneath your profile photo. Click on the "Manage Publications" link located on the right side of the screen.
Select which publications you do not want published to your profile. When done, click "Return to Profile Page," which will take you back to your profile page to view or edit additional information.
How do I add research to my profile?
Log into your account and hover over your name in the upper right corner of the screen. Then, click on "My Profile."
Click the "Research" tab underneath your profile photo. Click on the plus "+" sign to add your research and related information.
After adding the research information, click "Create Entry," and the information will be published to your public profile.
How do I match or connect with someone on CONNECT?
To match with someone, navigate to the individual's profile. Under their profile picture, click on the "CONNECT" button. Next, type the message you wish to send to the individual and click "Send Mail," and an email will be sent to the individual.
How do I search CONNECT?
On the main home page, type your phrase or terms in the search box. You can filter results before searching by selecting the arrow to the right of the search box and selecting a category from the dropdown menu. Categories you can search include people, courses, events, organizations, research, or locations using the dropdown. Hit "Search" to view your results.
Another option is to navigate to the upper right corner and typing your phrase or terms in the search box. Hit "Search" to review your results.
How do I search for people?
CONNECT members are organized alphabetically by last name in the People
section of the website. You can search for a person by clicking on the letter at the top that corresponds to their last name. Then, click on the person's link to view their profile and connect. You can also search for people by typing their name into any of the search bars.
How do I search for organizations?
In the Organizations
section of the website, you can search for an organization by selecting the organization type on the left (e.g., Academic Department) and clicking on the letter at the top that corresponds to the organization name. All organizations of that type that begin with that letter will appear. Next, click on the organization name to view who is associated with that organization.
How do I search for research?
In the Research
section of the website, research is organized alphabetically by title. Select the research type on the left (e.g., Abstract) and click on the letter at the top that corresponds to the first letter of the research title. All research beginning with that letter will appear.
What is the Capability Map?
How can I use the Capability Map to show connections between categories?
In the search bar, type a keyword and select the category that matches your search. Hit "Search."
Create another search by typing a second keyword and selecting the category that matches your second search. Hit "Search." The connection between the two categories is displayed.
Enter a research area into the search field press "Search." A diagram will display the search term in orange, connected to a group of active researchers in that research area.
Enter another search term to see how researchers from both searches relate. Then, keep adding search terms to build a Capability Map.