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Lunch & Conversation: The SU Libraries—resources for determining scholarly impact
Librarians Anne Rauh, Patrick Williams and Tasha Cooper will provide an overview of resources you can use to measure and represent the scholarly impact of your work, looking at such questions as: How can I find out who cited my work? My work is interdisciplinary—how can I find new journals to submit to? And how do I indicate their quality in my reporting? How do the different tools and systems for measuring scholarly impact overlap? What do the traditional measures of scholarly impact NOT tell us?
The session will highlight tools for locating publishing opportunities and selecting the right venues for your work. Traditional tools for citation tracking and analysis, but will also some emerging alternative metrics, will be shared. Discussion and Q&A are welcome, as we explore the complexities of these measures, in particular for
Thursday, April 12, 11:45 a.m.-1:15 p.m.
Goldstein Alumni & Faculty Center
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