Increasing Your Scholarly Impact for Graduate Students

Thursday, October 12, 2017
The registration period has closed for this event.

3:00 PMĀ  - 4:00 PM


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Registration open through 10/11/2017 11:59 PM EST

Details
Demonstrating the value of your contributions to a research field is a fundamental part of building the case for promotion and tenure. This session will set the stage for the workshop series by describing scholarly impact and why it is important for making your promotion and tenure case. It will introduce various methods for tracking the influence and readership of your work, as well as describing your scholarly contributions in concrete, numerical terms with established measures. These measures include Author h-index numbers, Altmetrics (alternative metrics), citation counting and tracking tools such as Google Scholar and Web of Knowledge, and venues for review and discussion of your scholarship.
- Impact numbers/measures
- Author h-index
- Altmetrics
- Citation counting
- Teaching and evaluations

This workshop is ONLY open to graduate students, and Post-docs.

Registration ends 1 week prior to the workshop - food is provided.

Location
Kelvin Smith Library - Freedman Center Collaboration Commons North

11055 Euclid Avenue
Second Floor
Cleveland, OH 44106

Click here for directions


Presenting

KSL Library Staff


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