How to improve your paper citation

posted Feb 16, 2020, 11:04 PM by IT Administration   [ updated Feb 17, 2020, 10:26 PM ]

Number of times an academic paper is cited has become a major measure of its research impact. Research consumption has moved to digital online sources. Many researchers today have an online workflow from finding to publishing. Easy access online has become necessary to increase citation count for your research. A research article that is easily discovered online can affect readership, utilization and citation count of your research. Now the global trends for measuring the quality of research paper are looking for individual authors impact in terms of citations and rather than the whole Journal. However, increasing your citation count can also have a positive impact on your career because funding agencies often look at a combination of the number of papers and the number of citations when making grant decisions. Therefore it is vital to understand the Search Engine Optimization (SEO) to increase the chance for your publication to be found and indexed.

By Dr Dilan M Rostam

The President of KNU

This workshop is arranged by KNU’s

Center for Academic Research, Training and Activities (CART)


25th Feb 2020, at 14:00

KNU Main Library

Please read further about this workshop below or download the full flyer in PDF at the the bottom of this page.

IT Administration,
Feb 17, 2020, 10:29 PM