15 January – Metrics in the Journal Citation Reports (webinar)
Journal impact factors: navigating the Journal Citation Reports (JCR)
Wednesday 15 January, 1-2pm
Join Emma Turner and Clare Humphries, Information Specialists in the Kings Norton Library, on a gentle walk through some of the metrics features in the JCR.
The webinar will consist of a short presentation, followed by discussion and your questions on the topic. There will also be time for you to ask us any burning research support-related questions you might have!
You will be able to access the webinar both on and off campus, but you will need to book a place through the DATES system on the intranet.
The webinar is open to any Cranfield staff member or student interested in research.
This forms part of a series of monthly webinars covering topics such as predatory publishing, Open Access, setting up an ORCID, and using CORD. Find out about future sessions.
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