Training & workshops

Research impacts: sources and metrics
This e-course introduces the three currently most used data sources to measure scholarly impact: Web of Science, Scopus and Google Scholar, and the metrics available in these sources, like the H-index, the Journal Impact Factor and the SNIP.

Tracking your research impact: sources & metrics
E-module on how to track the output and impact of your publications

An author-level metric: the H-index (E-module)
The H-index is an author level-metric: it measures the individual academic output of a researcher, taking into account the productivity (the number of publications) and the academic impact (the number of citations received). The height of the H-index depends on the source you use to determine the H-index.