Research Impact

Search by Citation to track other works that have cited a reference that you are using and broaden your preliminary literature review. This is beneficial for evaluating the credibility and impact a work has had in the academic community.

If you have had your research published, Evaluate Your Impact will provide you with the resources to help you see where your work is cited. You can also use multiple forms of statistical analysis to calculate your impact in the academic environment.

Where To Publish? There are multiple avenues to share and promote your research and published work, including:

  • Journal ranking and metric tools to show the highest ranked and cited publications in different fields of study and countries of origin
  • Academic social networks that allow you to share your research findings with other respected academics in your field and collect statistics that can complement your impact evaluation
Academic Integrity Guide for Students


Cathy Chisholm
School of Professional Studies Liaison Librarian (Education, Nursing and Public Health)

Office: Library L-120

Phone: 902.563.1993

Jasmine Hoover
Scholarly Resources Librarian / School of Science & Technology Liaison Librarian

Office: Library 118C

Phone: 902-563-1231

Laura Syms
Shannon School of Business & Data Services Liaison Librarian

Office: L-118-A

Phone: 902.563.1994