Tag Archives: Impact

Open Access Week – Routes to open access III

To celebrate International Open Access Week, we are highlighting some routes to achieve open access that are available to University of Reading researchers. Dr Emese Lazar, ICMA Centre at University of Reading, published one of her recent papers using a fully open … Continue reading

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Introduction to bibliometrics

Who is it for? Researchers who are interested in looking at the citation patterns of research outputs and/or using journal metrics as part of a publication strategy Bibliometric data are increasingly used in research assessment exercises and in recruitment decisions … Continue reading

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Managing Your Digital Researcher Profile (1-1 Sessions)

Tracking the impact and reach of your research outputs is much easier if you have a consistent digital identity. Give your digital identity a health check by looking at your Google Scholar, ResearcherID, Scopus Author ID and ORCiD profiles. In … Continue reading

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What’s new in SciVal ? – Media mentions

A new release of SciVal, the research intelligence tool from Elsevier, was launched in mid-November. The tool now features two additional sources of information that can be mined: Awarded Grants and Mass Media Mentions. This post covers the Mass Media Mentions and … Continue reading

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Managing Your Digital Researcher Profile (1-1 Sessions)

Tracking the impact and reach of your research outputs is much easier if you have a consistent digital identity. Give your digital identity a health check by looking at your Google Scholar, ResearcherID, Scopus Author ID and ORCiD profiles. In … Continue reading

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Open in Action: Open Access Week 2016

This guest post has been contributed by Caroline Knowles, Head of Research Communications and Engagement at University of Reading. This week (beginning 24 October) is International Open Access Week. ‘So what?’ you might ask. The messages we have received recently … Continue reading

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