Testimonials & publicity for the project
“I am a Research Support Librarian at Queensland University of Technology and I have viewed your tutorial and worksheets associated with MyRI. They are very thorough and demonstrate a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the issues and challenges associated with measuring research impact. They reflect enormous dedication, diligence and creativity. We would like to use them in our own resources to enhance research support at QUT Library.”
Stephanie Bradbury, Research Support Librarian, Queensland University of Technology
"Free access to this great site created by 4 Irish university libraries as part of the National Digital learning Resources site. It is designed to help both library and information staff who are increasingly being asked to deliver training on bibliomettrics and individual researchers who want to find out how bibliometrics can help raise their research profile. Key features include..."
LSE Research Online's Social Science sites of the week, 21 April 2011
"This Open Access toolkit is Creative Commons licensed resource that gives you the right to re-use and adapt the material.
Karolinska Institutet's bibliometrics database includes data from the whole world and therefore can provide not only the indicators mentioned in this toolkil but also those indicators that take into account the age of a publication and differences in citation traditions within different areas. "
Library news, 15 April 2011
"One project that came to my attention this weekend has its origins in Ireland. MyRI (Measuring your Research Impact) is a “collaborative project of four Irish academic libraries producing a set of materials to support bibliometrics training“. This is the type of initiative I would like to see here in Canada. "
The Search Principle blog, 17 April 2011
"This will be a useful tool for researchers in preparing for the forthcoming REF."
University of Nottingham Library blog, 21 April 2011