Impact Factor: Early Career Research & Digital Scholarship
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It is becoming increasingly vital to publish and share research as well as get citations for the purpose of researcher visibility. The publishing options available for research distribution seem endless. It really is an academic jungle out there! This article reviews why early career researchers and graduate scholars should consider their research impact in the digital age.
Keywordsdigital scholarship open access impact factor research publishing
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