Tuesday, 20 February 2018

Understanding Altmetrics to determine where your research is gaining attention



Next Wednesday, 28th February,  

Jane Burns, Altmetric Ambassador for Ireland
 will give a public lecture on:  
Understanding Altmetrics to determine where your research is gaining attention

The lecuture will take place in Room G010, Hardiman Research Building


Come and hear her speak to gain an understanding of Altmetrics and how they can complement traditional bibliometric measurements for your research impact. There will be an opportunity to ask questions about how to use Altmetrics to identify potential collaborators, to engage with and develop your online research profile.
Jane Burns is an experienced Library & Information Professional. Jane has recently been appointed as Manager of Information, Library & Web Services for the Irish Hospice Foundation. 
She is a part time Lecturer at the School of Information & Communication Studies and the School of Education at University College Dublin.  She is currently pursing a PhD in Education at UCD in the research area of Medical Humanities Graphics and their application in Communication Education for Health Professionals.
Jane has an extensive interest in a range of research and information topics. Along with Richard Arnett and Eric Clarke (RCSI) she was the winner for the 2017 Wellcome Images Award for her collaborative research Breast Cancer: Graphic Visualisation of Tweets. Jane is a published author and presents regularly at Conference nationally and internationally.
In 2015 Jane was accepted by the Altmetric Organisation to be their Ambassador for Ireland, this is a topic she has presented about widely in Ireland and more recently at the International Altmetric Conference in Toronto, Canada.
To book a place at this seminar please go to: JHL.Eventbrite.com  



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