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Workshops and Classes: iSkills for the Medical Sciences Division and OUH staff: Introduction to Research Impact

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Bodleian iSkills for the Medical Sciences Division and OUH staff: Introduction to Research Impact

During this introduction to citation tracking and bibliometrics we will use a range of 'impact factor' tools to find top journals and conferences, count citations and measure the impact of publications and researchers.

Subjects to be covered include:

  • Understanding the main issues involved in using citation analysis to measure impact
  • Using Journal Citation Reports and CiteScore Journal Metrics to find journal impact factors
  • Using Web of Science, Scopus and Google Scholar to track and count citations to papers and individual researchers
  • Calculating your own h-index
  • Measuring impact using altmetrics
  • Creating a researcher profile and using ORCID IDs to identify your work

Intended Audience:  Researchers, Academics, Research Support Staff and Research Postgraduates in the Medical Sciences.

Dates and booking:

Online booking requires your SSO (Oxford University Single Sign On).  However, if you are an OUH staff member and do not have an SSO you may book by emailing usered@bodleian.ox.ac.uk directly from your OUH email address - make sure you give us the title(s) and date(s) of any workshops you want to book onto!

Next date TBA Knowledge Centre Group Study Room, Old Road Campus Research Building > Booking now closed

(For Research metrics and citation analysis tools to non-Medical Sciences Departments see 'Related Courses' on this page.)

 

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Presenters:  Karine Barker, Nia Roberts, Eli Harriss

Format:  Presentation with practical exercises

What you will need? Please being your own laptops  (read our guidance first).   You will also need your Bodleian wifi or Eduroam login credentials.

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