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Research Metrics and Your Career

Learn about Research Metrics and how to use them responsibly and effectively throughout your academic career. In this session you will learn about ORCID, the H-index and journal metrics including CiteScore and Impact Factor. Our speaker discusses how research metrics can help you chose a publication for your research and how you can use them to help promote your own research.
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