Evaluating Research Impact through Open Access to Scholarly Communication

@inproceedings{Brody2006EvaluatingRI,
  title={Evaluating Research Impact through Open Access to Scholarly Communication},
  author={Timothy David Brody},
  year={2006}
}
  • Timothy David Brody
  • Published 2006
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING, SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS SCHOOL OF ELECTRONICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE Doctor of Philosophy EVALUATING RESEARCH IMPACT THROUGH OPEN ACCESS TO SCHOLARLY COMMUNICATION by Timothy David Brody Scientific research is a competitive business – in order to secure funding, promotion and tenure researchers must demonstrate their work has impact in their field. To maximise impact researchers undertake high priority research, aim to get results first, and publish in the highest impact… CONTINUE READING
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