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Understanding research metrics

A guide for librarians, journal editors and researchers

Elaine Devine Associate Director, Content & Communications, Taylor & Francis

What’s a journal Impact Factor? What’s a researcher’s h-index? What’s an Altmetric score and how is it calculated? How should I use this to assess a journal or to advise colleagues on the right journal to publish in? Research metrics...

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Research4Life’s GOALI programme launched

Online access to legal information for developing countries

Laura Montgomery Communications Manager, Taylor & Francis

Researchers, law students, policymakers, judges and legal experts in low- and middle-income countries can now get free or low-cost online access to legal information, including leading research from Routledge Law, through the GOALI programme. What is GOALI? GOALI (Global Online Access to Legal Information)...

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Advocating for change in the developing world: winners' stories

Celebrating information in action with INASP and Research4Life

Laura Montgomery Communications Manager, Taylor & Francis

Taylor & Francis is committed to a number of developing world initiatives, as part of our mission to support libraries and researchers across the globe in making real change to their own communities and the wider world through the access...

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10 skills librarians need for the future

Identifying and exploring future trends impacting on academic libraries

Laura Montgomery Communications Manager, Taylor & Francis

To keep up with the pace of change in the academic library, the traditional skillset of the librarian is expanding. In her article, “Identifying and exploring future trends impacting on academic libraries” published in New Review of Academic Librarianship, Roisin...

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