Scholars are often asked to describe the impact of their work when applying for positions, promotion and tenure, and grant funding. This may include traditional factors such as citation counts and journal reputation and newer measures that look at the reach and visibility of the work through downloads, saves, and views, and mentions on blogs and other social media.
The resources in this guide will help you track citations and mentions of your work, locate the research metrics used in assessing scholarship, and increase the visibility of your published research.
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Caution: Scholarly Research Metrics are merely indicators of the “quality” of scholarly research. Keep in mind that these metrics may be affected by biases in the publishing cycle and in the bibliometric databases that provide these metrics.