Research impact: how & why we use social media (02 Aug 23)
An introduction to measuring research impact: how and why we use social media to increase research impact
Learn about different ways to measure research impact and how to appropriately use social media channels to increase the impact of research. The session contains a brief introduction to scholarly citations analysis, known as traditional research impact metrics, research impact on people’s lives (through framework and models), and tracking research impact via social media. Learn about different ways of measuring research impact and considerations for increasing online presence. Assist your clients to increase the visibility and discoverability of their research outcome.
Presenter: Leila Mohammadi
Where: On Zoom (details sent the day prior)
When: Wednesday 2 August 1.00pm-2.00pm AEST
Cost: ALIA Members Free ✅; $15 Non-members. Another reason to consider HLA membership …
Please note the event will be recorded and available for attendees to view.
Bio: Leila is a published researcher and a Research Librarian in Macarthur Clinical School, South Western Sydney Local Health District. Previously she worked in Flinders University Library and Flinders College of Medicine and Public Health as a Health Research Librarian and a part-time lecturer. Leila has been involved in teaching Research Skills, Systematic Reviews, Evidence Based Healthcare and Research Impact to clinicians, students and academics. She is also has a conjoint academic status with the School of Medicine, Western Sydney University. Leila supports research and education needs of the Library users from established researchers to higher degree research students and health professional staff. She provides consultation on systematic reviews methodology, study designs, research impact metrics and citation analysis, research data management and scholarly publishing.
As a research team member in systematic reviews and Clinical Guideline/Policy development projects, Leila assists with systematic review protocols planning and registration, designing comprehensive searches, critical appraisal and training systematic reviews tools and methodology documentation.
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