Use this application to submit details of your research outputs to the Research Office. It is important that you take the time to do this and ensure that all eligible publications are recorded. Once they are recorded, they are included in your MyResearch profile.
MyResearch provides staff with a personalised view of records in RMIT's central research management database (called ResearchMaster). Records include research publications, current grant applications, details of externally funded projects, ethics approvals and supervision of RMIT research students.
The 16-digit Open Researcher and Contributor ID, or ORCID, enables researchers and institutions to maintain a consolidated record of all their research activities. This will facilitate eligible individuals and organisations in tracking research expertise globally, without naming ambiguity. This is an international-scale open research effort. Forty of Australia’s major research institutions, including RMIT University, have joined this global initiative. Major funding bodies, such as the ARC and NHMRC, and publishers will also require ORCID. Registration and connecting to RMIT: Researchers can simply enter their name and email address to register for an ORCID identifier via https://link.research.rmit.edu.au. The link also allows researchers to authorise RMIT to access their ORCID data at a click. Please note each person should only have a single ORCID. Once you have authorised RMIT to access your ORCID record we may collect and store data in our research management system including but not limited to research keywords and research outputs. Research Keywords will be searchable on the Find an RMIT Researcher site.
This link takes you to the Scimago Journal Rankings for Education. This is a searchable database that includes Q1, Q2, Q3, and Q4 Journal Rank Indicators.