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  1. Has the Journal Impact Factor had it’s day?

    What’s your view? Read Brendan Crabb’s ‘Do not resuscitate: the journal impact factor is dead’  piece in the The Conversation.

  2. What metrics are of value in a grant application?

    Grant applications usually require you to provide info about your track record or research record. This info may include: your contribution and significance to the discipline, …

  3. 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 …

  4. Which medical journals should I target for my publications?

    PubsHub Journals & Congresses  (Medical) provides access to information about relevant submission criteria for nearly 6,000 medical peer-reviewed medical journals & congresses.

  5. New research impact advisory service

    Research Impact Library Advisory Service (RILAS) focuses on providing various research evaluation measures, including metrics, to University of Melbourne researchers to support their research grant applications.

  6. Measuring your research impact

    Professor Walsh (School of Geological Sciences, University College Dublin) talks about how his School went about compiling quantative statistics for each academic staff member, which was then used …

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