Event: Scholarly Communication Workshops: Communicating Impact with Research Metrics

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Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017. 10:00am to 11:30am

About this Event

In this workshop, we will look at how measurements of usage and audience—“research metrics”—can help researchers communicate the impact of their published work.

The UNT Libraries Scholarly Communication Office and the UNT Digital Library are hosting a series of workshops designed to introduce researchers to some of the central issues in scholarly communication and to the services that the Libraries provide.

This series is open to all UNT faculty, students, and staff who want to learn more about topics related to transformations scholarly communication.

Schedule of Workshops:

Predatory Journals Panel Discussion September 14 // 10am // Willis 250H

Open Data and the Data Lifecycle October 5 // 10am // Willis 250H

Communicating Impact with Research Metrics November 9 // 10am // Willis 250H

Coffee & pastries will be provided.

Any questions, please contact John Martin, Scholarly Communication Librarian, at: john.martin@unt.edu