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Digital Identity Health Check for Researchers

Managed strategically, your online presence can be an effective tool for: networking publicising your work and expertise public engagement information discovery In a workshop I run for doctoral researchers I ask: when choosing where to do your doctorate, did you … Continue reading

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Peer review: who you gonna call?

It’s Peer Review Week, a global celebration of the role of peer review in maintaining quality in scholarly communications. This year’s theme of diversity in peer review set me thinking: who decides who is involved in peer review? Do you … Continue reading

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Open access and citations at University of Bath

Our recent news item Open access increase correlated with jump in Bath citation rates has attracted lots of interest.  This blog post fills in some of the details behind the story. We  analysed journal articles and review papers published by … Continue reading

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Publishing strategy and presenting your strengths

The Library offers a range of resources to assist researchers and academic staff with developing their publishing strategy and presenting the strengths of their publishing track record. Quick guides Good practices for attracting citations – now updated to include writing … Continue reading

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New Research Analytics Service

The Library is developing a service to support the University, departments and individual researchers in providing evidence of academic impact and developing publication strategies. Members of the University of Bath now have access to SciVal, a sophisticated research analytics database … Continue reading

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