The procedures for editing your title and position above don't allow you to edit your affiliation. If your current affiliation is not correct, you'll need to add a new affiliation and deactivate the old one.
If you don’t have a copy of your official NIU headshot, contact Melody Mitchell and she can get one from Media Services. Or you can use another photo that meets SSRN’s guidelines:
To add your photo:
DOI stands for Digital Object Identifier. Just as an ORCiD ID uniquely & permanently identifies you, a DOI uniquely & permanently identifies a single article. The DOI stays the same no matter where the article resides (so even if the URL of where an article is stored changes, the DOI does not change).
DOIs are mostly used in the sciences and by commercial publishers. However, DOIs cost money to assign -- thus most law reviews don't use them.
From SSRN's blog:
“…once your paper has a DOI and starts to become cited beyond SSRN, we’ll be able to display the second set of CrossRef citations for your paper to provide a more complete picture of how your paper is being shared across the Web.”
Since CrossRef only tracks DOIs and most law review articles don’t have DOIs, don’t be surprised if your CrossRef numbers are low.
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