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Deciding where to publish your research: webinar recording and slides
There are qualitative and quantitative factors to consider when choosing a journal in which to publish your latest research. This webinar will unpick some of the quantitative factors in your decision-making process by exploring a range of journal indicators and how journal impact can be measured beyond citations. This webinar recording covered: - Journal-level indicators such as the Journal Impact Factor (JIF), SCImago Journal Rank (SJR) and Source Normalised Impact per Paper (SNIP), and their strengths and limitations - Identifying top-tier journals in a subject area and comparing journals on a range of indicators - How journals fare on rejection rates, the percent of non-cited material in a journal and the percentage of review articles - Comparing journals on citations in patents and policy documents

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Identifying collaboration opportunities: webinar recording and slides
Who is working in your discipline and would they make a good collaborator? Do you know who is citing your work? This webinar will help you investigate some of the quantitative and qualitative factors behind collaboration, whether those be existing or potential new collaborators, in academia or beyond. This webinar recording covered: - On an individual, research group and university level, evaluating existing collaborators using quantitative indicators - Finding potential collaborators in academia, industry and government sectors - Discover where other universities and research teams in your discipline are collaborating

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Introducing research indicators (bibliometrics and altmetrics): webinar recording and slides
Are you confused by citation counts or are you more attentive to your Altmetric score? This webinar recording will provide you with a foundational understanding of what biblio- and altmetrics are and how you might use them to track the impact of your research, all framed by the University of Glasgow Responsible Metrics Statement. This webinar recording covers: - Common article and author research indicators, how they are calculated and where to find them - The strengths and limitations of commonly used research indicators - Some do’s and don’ts and how to combine metrics - Some scenarios on how you might use research indicators in your discipline

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ORCID, Enlighten and Research Identifiers: webinar recording and slides
An ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor ID) identifier allows you to be uniquely identified and connected with your research activities. An ORCID or other research identifier will follow you throughout your career and can be linked to your outputs, research funding and other research activities. This webinar recording covered: - The ORCID Create and Connect functionality to link an ORCID to your Enlighten profile - An introduction to other research identifiers to enhance your research profile

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Research Jigsaw 2019
Research Jigsaw was a week-long series of research-themed webinars open to research and scholarship staff, research students and research support staff. Running week beginning 9 December 2019, Research Jigsaw webinars ran during lunchtimes and focus on making an ORCiD work for you, how you can use research indicators to aid decisions of where to publish, quantify and qualify impact for grant applications, and identify collaboration opportunities. The following resources were presented during the week.

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Using research impact data in grant applications: webinar recording and slides
Research funders are increasingly looking for the economic and societal impact of research, but how do you demonstrate this impact in a grant application? Using several tools, this webinar will help you track interest in your work beyond bibliometric citations. This webinar recording covered: - Exploring an individual’s and research group’s societal impact using Altmetric Explorer and SciVal data

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