Increasingly, altmetrics are used in conjunction with traditional citation-based metrics to track how researchers, the public and the media engage with scholarly research online. You’ll learn how altmetrics capture data and explore the benefits of tracking the online activities of scholarly journals as well as your own research. We’ll even show you how to determine who’s saying what about research articles and how to identify and contextualize the volume and nature of the online attention.
CADS at K-State Libraries aims to create a community of editors on campus who can share resources and learn from each other’s experiences.
This workshop is open to both scholarly editors and authors who actively participate in the scholarly publishing process.
Optionally, join via Zoom at https://ksu.zoom.us/j/5905348241. If you register, a recording of the Zoom presentation will be sent to all registrants and attendees after the workshop.
Thinking about becoming an editor for a journal or other series? Email your contact information to email@example.com to add your name to the invite list for these and other events.
- Friday, March 30, 2018
- 9:00am - 10:00am
- Hale Library, Room 407
- Manhattan Campus