Researcher's profiles and metrics that matter
Do you need some practical tips to get your research discovered and cited? Come to this workshop and learn how can librarians help you to increase your research impact and h-index!
What will you learn?
- To create effective researcher profiles
- To locate and evaluate specific journals
- To explore authoritative rankings and impact factors
- To make informed decisions about where to publish
Related LibGuide: Bibliometrics: Measuring Impact by Nikesh Narayanan
- Monday, February 26, 2018
- 12:00pm - 1:00pm
- SAN Campus - Habshan Library Instruction Room
- Sas Al Nakhl Campus
Public Services Librarian - Women's campus.
More than 25 years of experience working in libraries in the United Arab Emirates and Iraq.
In the United Arab Emirates worked for one year in the Higher Colleges of Technology ADMC as library assistant, handling acquisitions, reference, daily and monthly statistical reports, and participated in establishing the new medical CELT library.
Since 2006 up-to-date working at the Petroleum Institute (pre merge with Khalifa University and Masdar Institute).
Started as acquisitions library officer: building PI's collection, original and copy cataloging, ILL requests, and reference services.
Research services librarian: reference services, information literacy sessions, workshops, create research guides, liaison with students and faculty.
Public services librarian: supervise client services workflow and functions. Develop, implement, evaluate information literacy programs. Research and computing workshops, prepare lesson plans, provide training opportunities for students, faculty, and staff. Library marketing and outreach services.
Bachelor degree in Library and Information Science.
Master degree in Library and Information Science.