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Traditional and emerging metrics

Presenter Crystal Brunyee and Rachel Klesch
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Crystal Brunyee
T: 08 8946 6759 E:
Open to CDU staff and students

Do metrics mystify you? Heard of H-Index or Altmetrics and what they mean for you as a researcher?

Join us to learn about the different types of research metrics, what they tell you along your research journey and how to leverage the data to tell the best story about your work.

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