Monitoring and evaluation

Using Google™ to track and improve your research impact

By 28 August 2013

If you are a researcher, you will undoubtedly be familiar with Google’s simple search box. Behind its simplicity, Google also offers you a range of opportunities to report on and track the impact you and your work are having. For instance, Google will help you ascertain: how visible your research is online; how often your work is cited and determine whether your findings are being reported in the news, on blogs or discussion boards?

This guide, written by Cheryl Brown and Siobhan Duvigneau, provides a number of simple ways to track and trace your research on the web.

Title: Using Google™ to track and improve your research impact Author: Cheryl Brown and Siobhan Duvigneau Year: 2013