Measuring Impact: The Basics
Wednesday Aug. 29, 2-3 p.m., L1114
Impact is the new buzzword in research – but how do you show that your research is making an impact? What tools can you use? Where do you start? This session will provide an overview of tools you can use to measure impact, ways to raise your profile in order to increase your impact, and how to target the right audience to achieve the impact you desire. Citation counts, altmetrics, ResearchGate, GoogleScholar… just a few of the tools that can play into the impact and reach your research can achieve. Come to this session to find out more, and feel free to bring your own questions as well. Presented by Rhys Stevens & Nicole Eva, U of L Librarians.
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Research Data Management: The Basics
Thursday Aug. 30, 2-3 p.m., L1114
Need to create a Research Data Management plan and don't know where to start? Want to make your data open access but don't know how to do it? Come chat with us!
What do you do with your research data? Whether it’s qualitative or quantitative, having a sound plan to manage your research data is important, and it will strengthen your grant applications. Learn the basics of research data management, including an overview of the U of L Data Management Plan Assistant and other resources that can help guide you through the process. The last 20 minutes or so will be a workshop, so bring a laptop with you for some hands-on experience!
Presented by Emma Black, U of L Librarian.
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