Research Impact/Bibliometrics

This guide provides an introduction to using Web of Science, Scopus and other resources to determine journal impact factor and individual researcher and article impact.

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Laura Bonella
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Introduction

Researchers are often interested in determining their research impact. The “impact” of research is usually assessed in two different ways: the impact factor of journals as a whole, and the impact of an individual researcher.

Click on the tabs on the left to find more information about each type of assessment.

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