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PlumX Metrics: What's Your Use Case?

What's Your Use Case? A look at the different ways PlumX Metrics can help you tell your story of research impact. Dr. Gali Halevi will share many ways PlumX Metrics are used by the faculty, students, and staff at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York. Segment two of the session will cover a power-packed integration which gives users enhanced insight into research (Digital Commons + PlumX Metrics).
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Dr. Gali Halevi, Associate Dean of Libraries & Information Sciences; Priyanka Chatterjee ,Solutions Sales Manager (DC)
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