Scholarly identity is the presence and reputation you have within academics by maintaining profiles and connections online. By using personal websites and academic, professional and social media platforms, you can showcase your research, publications and interests to connect with others and access more opportunities.
In academics, “reputation” usually means the overall impression of one’s achievements, research impact, presentation and teaching abilities, and their professional network. Developing a good reputation is important for success as an academic, especially considering the importance of having an effective online presence goes without tell. A good reputation is among the most important assets a scholar can possess to improve their career. Just like other skills, this must be developed and maintained. Building a respectable reputation takes time, diligence, and dedication, and there are multiple resources to help you.