Posts tagged with Citation tracking

  1. Altmetrics and the future of research impact

    altmetrics = alternative metrics Altmetrics are alternative metrics used to measure the impact of research. First proposed in a tweet by Jason Priem in 2010, the unclearly defined term …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/researcher-library/2018/02/26/altmetrics-and-the-future-of-research-impact

  2. 2013 Edition of Journal Citation Reports available

    The latest edition of the Journal Citation Reports from ISI Web of Knowledge is now available. This incorporates citation data from 2012. The JCR includes: • …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/researcher-library/2013/07/12/2013-edition-of-journal-citation-reports-available

  3. Research Impact Library Advisory Service (RILAS)

    Applying for a grant? Need assistance with research publication impact metrics? Do you know: How often you are cited? Where you are cited? How to measure …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/researcher-library/2013/07/08/research-impact-library-advisory-service-rilas

  4. Scopus for researchers

    Academics, researchers and graduate students are invited to a demonstration of SciVal Scopus Tuesday 18 June, 2.00-4.00pm Cassandra Sims, Product Sales Manager  SciVal & Scopus(Elsevier) will showcase …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/researcher-library/2013/05/20/scopus-demonstration

  5. Research impact service for university researchers

    Liaison librarians can assist researchers wanting to determine the impact of their publications and other research outputs for grant applications. The service requires a minimum of …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/researcher-library/2013/03/06/research-impact-service-for-university-researchers

  6. Managing your researcher profile

    Researcher profiles, IDs and author identifiers can be used to link your publications, group name variations under which you have published, and differentiate between authors with …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/researcher-library/2013/02/21/managing-your-researcher-profile

  7. How often is your work mentioned in social media sites?

    It’s worth taking a look at Altmetrics for Scopus. The database monitors a selection of social media (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, Google), blogs, mainstream media (e.g. NY …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/researcher-library/2012/12/12/how-often-is-your-work-mentioned-in-social-media-sites