Help for researchers: evidencing your strengths and developing your publishing strategy

statistic-1564428_1920Stijn Wuyts from our Department of Physics has recently been named as one of the world’s most influential researchers by the Web of Science. Their Highly Cited Researchers 2019 List aims to identify the world’s most influential researchers, reflected in their publication of multiple, highly-cited papers that rank in the top 1% by citations for field and year.

Want to understand and make better use of publishing and citation data yourself?  Do you know your journal impact factor from your Altmetric donut?  Our Library Research Analytics team can help you to develop your publishing strategy, evidence your strengths, and make connections.  You can find a wealth of guidance on our webpages, attend one of our training courses for doctoral students and staff, or contact us for bespoke support.

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Research Analytics and Impact & Engagement Librarian
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