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Impact diary

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Some of the things a researcher may want to record in a journal or impact diary. Particularly useful for those in the Arts and Humanities who may not have many citations.

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Impact diary

  1. 1. Impact Diary Recording indicators of your impact
  2. 2. Publication  # of publications  Peer review  Book sales  Product downloads  Website hits  Textbooks
  3. 3. Citation  H-index  G-index  HM-index  # of citations  Citation by important people
  4. 4. Popular impact  Media mentions  Quotes in media  Quotes in policy  Invitations to write for The Conversation, blogs etc.  Rabble rousing, lawsuits, town hall meetings, protests, arrests, angry letters from important people …
  5. 5. Social Media  Social networking contacts: followers, subscribers, etc.  Topics ‘trending’  Blog mentions  LinkedIn recommendations  ‘Klout’
  6. 6. Social Impact  Mention by policy makers  Meetings with important people  Invitations to consult  Influencing curriculum creation
  7. 7. Esteem measures  Invitations to present  Important people asking you for advice  # of audience members your presentation/seminars  Grants & grant $  Reputation  Awards/prizes  Internationalisation  Cited in testimonials  Impact factor of journals you publish in  … & many more …

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