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Research Impact Challenge

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Want to increase the impact of your work? Sign up below to join the Research Impact Challenge

From August 10th to August 14th, the Lane Medical Library will be leading a Research Impact Challenge. The Research Impact Challenge is designed for you to better manage their scholarly presence and increase the impact of their work. Sign up to receive a series of e-mails from the library containing instructions related to short, easy, but impactful activities like claiming your ORCID, sharing your data and research outputs, and self-archiving publications.

Participated last year? Join us again to discover new ways to increase your impact.

During this challenge, we will be emailing daily instructions for completing a short activity over the course of one week. Each activity will take no more than a few minutes and can stand alone and be completed separately at a time that is convenient for you.

These daily activities will help you:

  1. Curate your online scholarly and professional presence
  2. Share data and other research outputs
  3. Self-archive publications to increase discoverability 
  4. Leverage social media to make connections and promote your work
  5. Monitor the impact of your work

This event is hosted in collaboration with Gear Up for Research Communication, an online symposium on sharing effective methods and unique ideas for communicating the meaning and impact of research. RSVP for online sessions.

Have a question? Contact us at research_impacts@lists.stanford.edu 

Related Guide: Research Impact Challenge by Lily Ren

Date:
Tuesday, August 11, 2020
Time:
All Day Event
Instructor(s):
John Borghi & Lily Ren
Categories:
Research Metrics
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