You’re not getting all the credit you should be for your research.
As an early career researcher, you’re likely putting open access versions of your articles online, sharing your research data and software code on GitHub, posting slides and figures on Slideshare and Figshare, and “opening up” your research in many other ways.
Yet these Open Science products and their impacts (on other scholars, the public, policymakers, and other stakeholders) are rarely mentioned when applying for jobs, tenure and promotion, and grants.
The traditional means of sharing your impact–citation counts–don’t meet the needs of today’s researchers.
What Generation Open needs is altmetrics.
In this presentation, we’ll cover:
Scientists and librarians across all time zones can attend, because we’re offering it throughout the week, at times convenient for you: