Visibility and impact – library’s new role: How the library can support the researcher to get visibility and generate impact to researcher’s work
2012-05-21 THIS CEC IS FULL
The process of publishing scientific research results doesn’t end at publishing the article. Equally important part of the process is what happens after the research article has been published. Visibility and impact in the scientific community and in the society are crucial for making the research go forward (i.e. to get the research results in use) as well as for getting research funding and promoting the researcher’s career. At this course we will first give an introduction to this process. Then we will give examples on how a library can be an integral part of promoting researcher’s work. We will also demonstrate services developed in Terkko, such as ScholarChart and TopCited Articles. An important part of the course is hands-on working with web 2.0 tools designed for scientific collaboration and promotion, such as: Connotea, CiteULike, ORCID, Qiqqa, SciVee, Mendeley and Faculty of 1000 Posters. Also Facebook, Slideshare, and Twitter will be included. The goal of the course is that a participant gets an idea what the library can do to promote the researcher’s work, and how to put all this into action in their own organization.
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