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15th April 2013- Google analytics for humanities research: meaningful metrics

Wolfson Research Exchange, registration from 10:00-10:30, close at 16:00

Researchers in the arts and humanities are increasingly asked to demonstrate their impact. There are ways of monitoring the use and research of digital research outputs, but how do you choose what to measure, how do you tell your story with data, what sorts of numbers and facts are meaningful? This workshop is tailored to the needs of researchers in the arts faculty, and those who work with researchers on communication, engagement and impact. You will come away with a clearer understanding of how you can use web metrics to illustrate the reach and impact of your work.

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