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Increase Your Scholarly Impact

A self-service guide to help you increase your scholarly impact, provided by the Libraries' Scholarly Impact Service (SIS).

Getting Started

Scholarly Impact Cycle

Increasing your scholarly impact is an iterative process that starts with building your scholarly identity. The tabs on the left are designed to walk you through the process step-by-step for a self-service experience. You'll find tutorials, templates, and more to help you build the story about your scholarship at the University of North Texas.

The Libraries' Scholarly Impact Service (SIS) team is here to consult with you on any step of this self-service guide.  Below is a consultation checklist that can help you get started. Please look it over, answer some of the questions to narrow down the topics you might want to discuss, and then contact the team.

See the rest of this webpage for the SIS team's contact information and details about the services we offer. 

If you are a UNT faculty member or graduate student, you may also want to familiarize yourself with the Tenure & Promotion Policies for your particular department.

SIS - Who We Are

The Scholarly Impact Service (SIS) is team of librarians who can help you tell the story of your scholarship and its impact on your discipline. Contact us to start a personal consultation about your scholarly impact.

Main Contact: John Martin
John.Martin@unt.edu
Scholarly Communication Librarian
Expertise: Publication options, ORCIDs, Google Scholar profiles

Erin O'Toole
Erin.Otoole@unt.edu
Subject Librarian for the College of Science
Expertise: Author, article and journal metrics

SIS - What We Do

The Scholarly Impact Service (SIS) helps faculty build scholarly identities and determine their scholarly impact. We also recommend discipline-specific ways for faculty to increase scholarly impact. Wondering if we can help you? Here's a small selection of the questions we can answer:

  • How do I create an ORCID account or a Google Scholar profile?
  • Where can I find metrics for my articles and books?
  • How can I find reviews of my scholarship?
  • What are the options for publishing my article or book?
  • Why should I deposit my scholarship in the UNT institutional repository?
  • Which social media should I use to increase the visibility of my scholarship?

For more information, see:

survey for library guide

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