Best Practices for the Use of Scholarly Impact Metrics
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Citation analysis and other bibliometric methods help justify your scholarly impact narrative by providing evidence of three characteristics of scholarship: scholarly output, scholarly impact, and the nature and development of scholarship over time or discipline. This guide provides research-based best practices for the use of scholarly impact metrics and recommendations on strategies to enhance the scholarly identify of researchers.
Herbert, Bruce; Potvin, Sarah; Budzise-Weaver, Tina (2016). Best Practices for the Use of Scholarly Impact Metrics. Available electronically from
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