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Both the CINAHL (Cumulative Index of Nursing and Allied Health Literature) database and the Discover Tool now have a great feature which measures altmetric scholarly impact. The Plum Print widget offered in Discover (e-books and articles) and CINAHL (articles) includes metrics such as usage … Continue reading
The Scholarly Impact Program at Georgia State University Library was launched in Spring 2013 to support faculty and graduate students in research output activity such as applying for promotion & tenure and identifying top researchers. Program services include library workshops, … Continue reading
Going up for promotion and/or tenure within the next year, or want to get a headstart? Need to identify researchers or journals by discipline? Want to find out more about altmetrics? In this workshop for Georgia State faculty and … Continue reading
Altmetrics are defined by altmetric.org as “the creation and study of new metrics based on the Social Web for analyzing, and informing scholarship.” The use of altmetrics in assessing researcher impact is emerging as a potential alternative or supplement to … Continue reading
A general scholarly impact workshop relevant for faculty and graduate students from all disciplines will be held from 2:00-3:00pm on Tuesday, June 24th in Classroom 2. Click here to register for the workshop. The content of the workshop will focus … Continue reading