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Legal education and research for Law academics: Create impact

Research Impact

“Research impact is the demonstrable contribution that research makes to the economy, society, culture, national security, public policy or services, health, the environment, or quality of life, beyond contributions to academia”  
Australian Research Council

 

DOIs (Digital Object Identifiers)

doi  A DOI is a unique identifier for digital publications. If your article is published online it may be assigned a DOI by the publisher. If you are uploading your paper or data to a repository such as SSRN or Figshare you should generate a DOI where possible.

The DOI can be used to promote your work via social media and make sure metrics are obtained for the same publication.

Use Social media and Altmetrics

Altmetrics (or Alternative metrics) are part of a wider conversation around the use of measures taltmetrico try and capture the potential impact of research within academia and beyond.

For an overview read this Library Blog post, Understanding Altmetrics

Find out more on the Altmetrics Library guide. 

Scholarly impact journal articles

Research impact books

Keep track of your impact

Resources from Fast Track Impact (UK)

Free printable and editable templates to help you plan for impact:

Stakeholder and public analysis template (Word | PDF)

Impact planning template including worked example (Word | PDF)

Social media strategy template (Word | PDF)

Impact tracking template  (Word PDF)

Publish in The Conversation

New Law topic articles in The Conversation

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