Digital Scholarly Communications Week – It’s A Wrap!

Thank you to all participants who joined us for the inaugural Digital Scholarly Communications (DSC) Week!

We organised 4 talks focusing on scholarly communication and digital scholarship. For those who have missed it, we’ve provided links to the slides/video of each talk below as well as contact points for various enquiries.

Expanding Impact: Communicating Science Effectively to Non-Academic Audiences Slides / Video

Contact for enquiries on research communication.


Leverage Linked Open Data to Collect Factual Information from Wikidata Slides

Contact for enquiries on digital scholarship.


Increasing Research Visibility Slides

Contact for enquiries on ScholarBank@NUS.

Illustration by David Parkins


Hmm…Is This Journal Predatory? Slides

For more information on research impact measurement, please refer to this guide.

In addition to talks, we also shared Digital Gems, our openly accessible and freely available online collection.

If you are keen to measure your research impact using the various citation databases, we are pleased to announce that we have 3 sessions lined up for you.

  1. Measuring Your Research Impact Using Web of Science 29 Sep (Tue), 3 – 4pm
  2. Measuring Your Research Impact Using Scopus 2 Oct (Fri), 11am – 12nn
  3. Measuring Your Research Impact Using SciVal 7 Oct (Wed), 11am – 12nn


Finally, participate in our post-event quiz for NUS staff/students to stand a chance to win a $10 Starbucks gift card! Get your clues from our previous posts here, here and here.

Closing date is 2 Oct 2020. Good luck!

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