Publishing & Impact
Already before you are actually finished writing your article, it's time to think about the question where to publish it. Of course you want to publish in the journal with the highest impact. Therefore it's important to know how to find this kind of information.
After you have finished a few journal articles, you probably want to know where you yourself stand in the publication rankings. In short: What is YOUR scholarly impact?
This part of the Research Matters portal provides practical information on:
- Tools to measure journal impact via the Journal Citation Reports, the Scopus Journal Analyzer or Eigenfactor
- Tracking researcher impact & researcher identification
- Measuring impact: EUR policy
If you want to learn more about impact measurement, then have a look at the e-course Research Impacts.
This e-course is available at the Training & Support portal of the University Library.