Research impact is the extent to which a publication, a researcher's work or a research group's work have been built upon by other researchers. It can also be an effect on or benefit to society beyond the academic world. Identifying research impact can help researchers and institutions to assess the quality of research and to provide accountability for future planning.
The Library supports data analysis and tailors bibliometrics/benchmarking reports for the University, Academic Units and Individual Researchers.
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Useful tools on research impact measurement: