Library Workshop: Tools for Measuring Research Impact

Image of open three-ring binder with headline "Tools for Measuring Research Impact"Are you working on your dossier and need to demonstrate the impact your work has made? Don’t know the difference between an impact factor and an Eigenfactor? Not sure how to find out which journals in your field are the best? This workshop is for you! Workshop presenters will provide an overview of established and alternative methods for assessing the influence of published scholarship.

WHEN: Wednesday, March 9, 2016, 3:00PM – 5:00PM (join at any time)
WHERE: Laws Hall 116 (B.E.S.T. Library)

This workshop will be helpful for faculty members and graduate students in all disciplines.

Participants will leave this workshop with an understanding of how to locate and calculate metrics for journal, institutional, and personal research impact, including Journal Impact Factors, h-index, Eigenfactor, social media-based metrics, and more. Participants will also gain an appreciation for the limitations of publication metrics and the varied suitability of different metrics for different academic fields and different types of publications.

We look forward to you joining us!