In creating your research impact narrative, this guide outlines some of the things you may need to consider. With any measure of ‘impact’ you need to place the information in context and think about using a range of indicators.
Citation analysis (the number of times a particular author, publication or article has been cited and by whom) provides just one aspect of demonstrating research impact within academia using quantitative data metrics.
See the models, frameworks and tools on the right to get started with developing your research impact narrative beyond academia.
Developed by a group of international Information Professionals:
"The Metrics Toolkit provides evidence-based information about research metrics across disciplines, including how each metric is calculated, where you can find it, and how each should (and should not) be applied. You’ll also find examples of how to use metrics in grant applications, CVs, and promotion dossiers."
An ORCID ID is a unique researcher identifier that identifies you and your work.
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