Preparing for Discovery Early Career Researcher Award or other grants?

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Grant applications often require researchers to demonstrate the impact and engagement of previous research outputs. Academic impact of research can be demonstrated by metrics such as Field-Weighted Citation Impact and Author H-index. These metrics are calculated using publications such as journal articles and conference papers.

Societal impact or engagement is the way in which research has benefited society, for example:

  • improved medical treatments,
  • more effective teaching methods in schools,
  • better understanding and discussion of political ideas

Scholarly Services has a range of tools and services to assist researchers with demonstrating research impact and engagement within grant applications. A good starting point is the Research Impact online guide.

Please contact Peta Humphreys (Scholarly Services) for more information.

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