You’ve published your research. How can you find out how and where it’s being cited, referenced, discussed, downloaded, shared? With Article-Level Metrics (ALM), a comprehensive set of easy-to-understand indicators that track how an article — whether yours or someone else’s — is being read, discussed, and cited. This collection of real-time impact indicators let you see the article’s influence and reach. Now you can stay up-to-date with the reach and influence of your research, and then share this information with your collaborators, your academic department, and your funders. Use this data to build your CV, your network, and your career.
In other words:maximize the impact of your research. Come and find out more in this session.
The Scholarly Communications Forum this fall will take place on October 22nd from 3 – 5 pm in room 120 in the School of Education Building. Our speaker will be Jennifer Lin from PLOS (Public Library of Science) who will speak on Article-Level Metrics for Evaluating the Impact of Research. A panel of UNCG faculty will also give their insights and comments on the topic.
The event is free and open to UNCG faculty, staff, and students.