Research Remix

March 29, 2012

total-impact awarded $125k Sloan grant!

Filed under: Uncategorized — Heather Piwowar @ 7:34 pm

[Reposted from our total-impact blog.  Jason Priem and I are co-PIs.]

We just heard: total-impact has been awarded $125k by the Sloan Foundation!

What does this mean for users?  By April 1, 2013, we plan to hit important milestones in three areas:

Product:

  • addition of over a dozen new information sources to total-impact.org, particularly data repositories
  • 60 github watchers, 20 forks
  • substantial innovation in user interfaces for and visualizations of altmetric data

Use:

  • 50k visits to total-impact.org, 30k unique visitors
  • at least 100 scholars embedding or linking to TI reports on their CV
  • at least 25 TI reports included in annual review or tenure & promotion packages
  • 15 publishers/repositories embedding total-impact data on articles/datasets
  • 5 in-process or published research studies based on TI data

Sustainability: A sustainable business plan and organizational model for a mission‐driven TI organization

For more detail, see the grant proposal.

We are so excited!  Thanks to Josh Greenberg, program director.  You won’t regret it :)

As always, let us know if you’ve got thoughts or ideas on how we can best make these goals happen.  Now let’s go change the world!

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