Faculty & Grad Students: Demonstrate Your Scholarly Impact

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Demonstrating the impact of your scholarly agenda and scholarly output is a nuanced art. There are multi-faceted ways to measure your work’s impact, and a myriad of ways to present it. You can use both quantitative and qualitative measures in demonstrating impact. In an era of constant technological change, there are even more ways to capture evidence of impact.

Art collage by hogret via DeviantArt
“Publish or Perish” by hogret via DeviantArt

Librarian Emily Ford has published a new guide that presents instructional information and links to resources for quantitative metrics, including impact measures and citation counts, as well as qualitative evidence that can be gathered via altmetrics tools and social media.

Demonstrate Your Impact includes the following sections:

Still have questions? Portland State subject librarians are available for consultations and help regarding any of the topics in this guide. A complete list of subject librarians by discipline is available on our website.