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Research Metrics & Altmetrics Workshop

Demonstrating impact is a key component of academic promotion and tenure. Academic Research Offices, Employers, and Granting Agencies are increasingly turning to online profiles and research metrics as indicators of faculty contribution, productivity, and

Research Metrics & Altmetrics in Promotion & Tenure: Taking Charge of Your Narrative

 

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Research Metrics, Altmetrics, and Digital Profiles in Promotion and Tenure


Taking charge of your narrative
 

 

Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 3:00 – 4:30 p.m.
Herman B Wells Library E174
 

 

Demonstrating impact is a key component of academic promotion and tenure. Academic Research Offices, Employers, and Granting Agencies are increasingly turning to online profiles and research metrics as indicators of faculty contribution, productivity, and impact.

This workshop will put research metrics and altmetrics in context, including:

  • Strategies to manage your digital profiles and increase visibility of your work;
  • How common research metrics are calculated and used, their benefits and limitations; and
  • Hands-on practice using metrics, altmetrics, and qualitative indicators to demonstrate the value of your work.

There will be opportunities to discuss the types of work you feel are the most important and valuable, and how to highlight such work while going through the promotion and tenure process.

Please bring a laptop or other device to this workshop.

 Image credit: "The Evolution of Metrication" by Alex Prellezo is licensed under CC BY-NC 4.0

 

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