R5 Skills for Researchers: Raising your Research Impact & Profile
In line with government and university advice, we have suspended all face-to-face support. However, we’re still here to help you via our online service. If you have an enquiry, please contact LISLiaison@wlv.ac.uk and we will get back to you within one working day. Research workshops you have signed up for will still go ahead using online materials - we will be in contact closer to the time to discuss details.
This workshop will help doctoral students to think about ways of raising their research profile and sharing their findings. It will look at the role of journal impact factors (Journal Citation Reports/Scimago) and how you can demonstrate your scholarly impact using citation indexes such as Scopus. There will also be a hands-on look at research identity services such as Orcid, plus a look at the use of social media tools to promote research.
- Understand how to demonstrate your scholarly impact through citation indexing and Altmetrics
- Appreciate the importance of developing your online research identity
- Gain a greater awareness of how Social Media can be used to share research
Facilitator: Learning and Information Services (LIS)
|Thursday 28th November 2019||1pm-2:30pm||MD111b||Eventbrite Link|
|Monday 30th March, 2020||10-11:30am||NOW BEING DELIVERED ONLINE||Eventbrite Link|
Vitae RDF descriptors addressed in this session are:
Engagement, influence and impact (D)
This domain contains the knowledge, understanding and skills needed to engage with, influence and impact on the academic, social, cultural and economic context.
- Engagement and impact (D3)