Scholars can communicate their research in various ways. While peer-reviewed journal publications remain the primary outlet for sharing the key results of research projects, there are growing norms and expectations that the underlying data from projects should also be published.
In this session, we will look at strategies and tools for increasing and measuring the impact of your research, and help you get started with an ORCID profile.
- Identify new forms of scholarly publishing
- Collect citation counts and impact metrics
- Manage your professional identity with ORCID
- Receive resources and contacts for future help
Instructors: Julie Goldman, Research Data Services, Countway Library, email@example.com
Scott Lapinski, Associate Director, Scholarly Communication & Open Science, Countway Library
Iris Jahng, Digital Scholarship, Countway Library