... to the Psychology Faculty resources guide. Hopefully what you find here are answers to basic questions about Atkins Library services and resources. Of particular interest, I know, will be the information on this page about Reappointment, Promotion and Tenure Review journal data.
As the Psychology Liaison, I am your point person for any questions you have about the library and related services. Please don't hesitate to contact me if you need assistance with anything.
I look forward to working with you.
Below are some resources to help you with your RTP portfolio. There are a few other statistics that might also be of use such as organizational membership, number of libraries that subscribe, etc. that can be use to demonstrate accessibility to a given journal if there is no impact or acceptance rate information.
Note about JCR (Incites):
Note about Google Scholar:
Google Scholar Citations is a good way to keep track of who is citing your writings/research. It will keep track of journal articles, books, chapters in books, dissertations, conference papers and just about anything you have that appears on the web.
To set up a profile you will need a Google account. As UNC Faculty you already have one associated with your 49er credentials.
After you have added all of you items citation and impact information will appears in the upper right corner of the screen. Take some time to understand exactly what the different categories are assessing. Unlike Web of Science, Google Citations is trying to measure the impact of your scholarship. As with all of these types of measurements it has its pluses and minuses.