Developing a Strategy to Document Your Community-Engaged Scholarship Using Research Metrics and Qualitative Evidence

Part of the Pathways to Excellence in Community-Engaged Scholarship Series

In this workshop, we will equip faculty engaged in public and community-engaged scholarship, with the strategies and tools to make your work count.  A key element of co-producing with the community is ensuring that they have access to the resulting products and knowledge.  We will demonstrate easy strategies achieving that goal, as well as ways to manage your digital identity, engage with your audiences, and gather evidence to support your project-specific and professional goals.  The session will incorporate demonstration and discussion.

Presenter(s):  Heather Coates, Digital Scholarship and Data Management Librarian, Jere Odell, Scholarly Communications Librarian.

Wednesday
January 17, 2018
12:00PM –1:30PM
Where:
IUPUI
UL 1116
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Center for Service and Learning, Academic Affairs

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Part of the Pathways to Excellence in Community-Engaged Scholarship Series

In this workshop, we will equip faculty engaged in public and community-engaged scholarship, with the strategies and tools to make your work count.  A key element of co-producing with the community is ensuring that they have access to the resulting products and knowledge.  We will demonstrate easy strategies achieving that goal, as well as ways to manage your digital identity, engage with your audiences, and gather evidence to support your project-specific and professional goals.  The session will incorporate demonstration and discussion.

Presenter(s):  Heather Coates, Digital Scholarship and Data Management Librarian, Jere Odell, Scholarly Communications Librarian.