On Wednesday March 30, 2016 at 10AM EST/3PM BST, Altmetric and Scholastica are co-hosting a free webinar, “Altmetrics for journal editors: engagement, influence and authors,” Click here to register!
If your editorial board is not yet tracking the altmetrics impact of your journal’s articles, you may be wondering how you can use altmetrics data to improve your journal’s outreach and engagement strategy and where to begin.
On March 30, 2016 at 10AM EST/3pm BST, Altmetric and Scholastica are co-hosting “Altmetrics for journal editors: engagement, influence and authors,” a free webinar that will overview what altmetrics are, ways to collect and interpret altmetrics data, and how your journal can benefit from tracking altmetrics.
- What altmetrics are and how you can track them at your journal (including free tools!)
- How tracking altmetrics can help you attract more readers and submissions
- Ways journals that have an altmetrics strategy are using their data
Hosted by Phill Jones from Digital Science, the webinar will feature guest speakers from Scholastica, Wiley, Journal of Biblical Literature, and the journals of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. Webinar speakers will share strategies that journals of all sizes, regardless of budget, can use to begin gathering and applying altmetrics insights.
We invite you to join this discussion before and during the webinar via Twitter, by using the hashtag #AltmetricsForEds.
Use #AltmetricsForEds to post your questions about altmetrics and share your thoughts on and experience with altmetrics tracking. Altmetric (@altmetric) and Scholastica (@scholasticahq) will be using this hashtag to answer your questions during and after the webinar presentation and tweet out helpful tips and resources.
If you’ve been thinking about trying altmetrics tracking at your journal now’s the time to start! Visit the registration page to save your spot at this free webinar.