Getting Published & Measuring Impact
If you are considering publishing for instance a journal article, you will want to publish in quality, high impact scholarly journals. Therefore it's important to know what to look for in a journal when the time comes to submit your manuscript and to know how to measure its impact.
This part of the Research Matters portal provides practical information on:
- Measuring impact: EUR policy and the Publish or Perish book & software
- Tools to measure researcher impact, like Web of Science, Scopus, Publish or Perish, Google Scholar, the H-index and CiteSeerX
- Researcher identification with the aid of ResearcherID, the Scopus Author Identifier or the Digital Author Identifier
- Tools to measure journal impact via the Journal Citation Reports, the Scopus Journal Analyzer or Eigenfactor
- Journals lists and directories like the ISSN Portal or Ulrich's Web
- Conferences: all about attending and participating in (web)conferences.
You can also click on the links in the menu to the left for more information.
More in-depth information is available in the online course Research impacts: Sources and metrics.