November 21st, 2023
A new service has been launched to help researchers build the reputation and awareness of their research.
To support the goal of the ‘Reputation and Influence’ strand of the university’s Research Strategic Delivery Plan, to build our reputation for nationally and internationally significant research, a new Research Intelligence service from University of Nottingham Libraries is now available for all researchers and research-enabling staff.
The service will support researchers to build peer reputation and raise awareness of their work. Using scholarly literature, patents, global policy documents, citation data and alternative metrics the service will help researchers to:
Libraries’ Research Intelligence service offers training and advice to help researchers with these activities, underpinned with advocacy and guidance on the responsible use of citation, journal metrics and societal impact data and the tools that generate them.
A training programme is in place to help researchers get the most out of the research intelligence tools available at the university. Visit Central Short Courses site to book your place.
The programme will be further developed over the next year.
If you have a query or want to know more about the service or how else Libraries can support your research, please get in touch with the Libraries Research Support Team or take a look at the Research Intelligence webpage.
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