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Library Researcher Series: Finding Citation Data

A drop-in workshop series offered by the University Library in Fall and Winter terms.

Session Description: Finding Citation Data of Your Publications

Citation analysis is one of the assessment tools used in the academic environment. This session will introduce common citation indicators such as citation counting, h-index, and journal impact factor. The citation results from different resources such as Web of Science, Scopus, and Google Scholar will be compared.

Session provided Mar 18, 2014, by Li Zhang, Science Liaison Librarian.

Slides: Finding Citation Data of Your Publications

Research Metrics Guide

Research metrics measure the impact of scholarly works. Various metrics have been developed to track the impact of individual articles, authors, and journals.

This guide will introduce you to many of these measures and how to apply them to your work: