Tag Archives: scholarly impact

Seeking perfection in an imperfect world: Metrics and Academic Law Libraries

by Kris Turner My colleagues and I are currently hip-deep in conversation about how to best measure and present the impact that our faculty have on the larger academic community. This information is critical to tenure committees, libraries, the faculty … Continue reading

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A Rose is a Rose is a Rose…Until Rose Registers for ORCID

By Christine Anne George Names are funny things. You get them at birth and they stick with you for the rest of your life. Studies have indicated that certain names are associated with certain professions, but there’s still quite a bit … Continue reading

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