This guide provides an overview of finding, gathering, and using metrics and other information about your research and scholarship to tell the story of your scholarly impact.
Where you may need to highlight or demonstrate the impact of your scholarly work.
Use the links to the left to navigate through the guide.
Who can I contact for help on finding and using these metrics? What about workshops?
We offer consultations or workshops on demand for individuals, research groups, departments and others.
Faculty, staff, and students are welcome to email us at email@example.com. Please include your status, department (or major or research center), and how many people are interested in the training. One of us will get back to you.
UC San Diego Library Scholarly Communications Working Group, Instruction/Outreach Team
Scholarly Communications Librarian
Biomedical and Instruction Librarian
Chemistry, Materials Science, and NanoEngineering Librarian
Judgment and decision-making biases that impact how we weigh options and make choices have been shown to result in inequitable review, promotion, and hiring practices. While recognizing these biases at a personal level is important, creating new structural and institutional conditions to reduce bias can be even more valuable.