Workshops

Measuring Your Research Impact

Tuesday, April 7, 11:00 am, ZOOM only at https://tulane.zoom.us/j/631227412 -- RSVP Here
with Amy Corder
Do you know how frequently your articles have been cited? Can you determine your h-index? Do you know how to identify the highest-impact journals in your field of research?
Rudolph Matas Library provides access to resources that can help you assess impact metrics and inform decisions on where to publish your scholarly research.
This workshop will provide background on impact metrics and showcase some of the tools available through the Matas Library. Our resources can help you find your own research impact and determine the impact factor of a scholarly journal.
This workshop will take place via Zoom only.

Tulane Libraries Facilitators

Ann Case
University Archivist, Tulane University Special Collections

Melissa Chomintra
Scholarly Engagement Librarian for the Social Sciences

Amy Corder
Research Support Librarian at Rudolph Matas Library of the Health Sciences

Agnes Czeblakow PhD
Head of Research Services, Tulane University Special Collections

Michelle Gibeault
Scholarly Engagement Librarian for the Humanities

Elaine Hicks
Research, Education, & Public Health Librarian at Rudolph Matas Library of the Health Sciences

Raquel Horlick
Coordinator for Scholarly Resources, Sciences & Engineering

Courtney Kearney PhD
Scholarly Engagement Librarian for Physical Sciences and Data Management

Erin Kinchen-Addicks
Associate, Tulane University Special Collections

Sean Knowlton
Scholarly Engagement Librarian for Digital Scholarship

Jane Marie Pinzino PhD
Coordinator for Scholarly Resources, Humanities

Rachel Stein PhD
Research and Instruction Librarian, The Latin American Library

Tillay
Cataloging and Metadata Librarian

Laura Wright
Research Support Librarian at Rudolph Matas Library of the Health Sciences