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BUSN - Library Information for Business Faculty/PhD

Faculty Research

Would you like your research to be accessible by anyone in the world?

Then consider putting your research into the U of C’s institutional repository, also known as PRISM. It is a digital archive comprised of the University’s intellectual output. Items posted to PRISM can also be accessed by searching in Google, Google Scholar and other search engines.

How do you add your research to the U of C’s institutional repository?

Contact Alifa Rahman at the Business Library and where possible, we will obtain copyright permission for published items that you wish to have deposited.

Bibliographic software helps you organize your research, share your citations (books, articles etc.) with colleagues and create properly formatted citations and reference lists.

 Citation Analysis involves using quantitative data derived from citations to measure the scholarly impact of a researcher, an article or a publication. This analysis identifies which other authors have cited the work of a researcher within their papers.

Journal impact factors measure the frequency with which the "average article" in a journal has been cited in a particular year or period. ISI Web of Knowledge Journal Citation reports is the sole place where impact factors are calculated and reported.

Research Impact Guide

This guide brings together resources that provide measures of scholarly impact using both traditional metrics, such as journal impact factor and h-index, and emerging web-based alternatives, referred to as altmetrics, cybermetrics, and webometrics.

Managing your Research Identity

This guide is designed to assist you in taking charge of your online identity as a researcher, and tracking the impact of your research and publications.

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