Wednesday, February 7, 2018 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Overview: Scholarship is increasingly being created, disseminated, and measured on social platforms. If Twitter exchanges, Facebook “saves,” and YouTube hits are the new metrics for tracking scholarship, how are we measuring societal and educational impact and outreach? How can researchers display their research impact using social media on promotion and tenure dossiers?
This webinar will discuss altmetrics, alternative scholarly metrics that measure the impact and use of scholarship. We will focus on PlumX, the tool used at USC, which combines traditional and new metrics to paint a comprehensive portrait of your scholarly output and its reach in various communities and with different stakeholders.
Speaker: Caroline Muglia, Co-Associate Dean for Collections and Technical Services, Head, Resource Sharing and Collection Assessment, USC Libraries
This event is free. Registration is required: http://bit.ly/2CLAx5C