• Influence vs. impact: which are humanists really trying to achieve?

    Author(s):
    Stacy Konkiel (see profile)
    Date:
    2016
    Subject(s):
    Academe, Philosophy, Public humanities
    Item Type:
    Blog Post
    Tag(s):
    altmetrics, humetricshss, values
    Permanent URL:
    http://dx.doi.org/10.17613/M6S03D
    Abstract:
    Yesterday, the #humetrics team spent the better part of our day articulating values, outputs, processes, and metrics that humanistic research results in. Our idea was that if we could “reverse engineer” metrics from values and practices, that we could come up with metrics that are more humane: they not only reflect and incentivize the practices that humanists value most, but also help humanists avoid the “impact trap” that many in STEM find themselves a part of. Our team came up with a list of values that fall into several general areas: equity, openness, collegiality, quality, and community...
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    This post was originally published on Medium at https://medium.com/@skonkiel/influence-vs-impact-which-are-humanists-really-trying-to-achieve-5620bb54da3a#.vc6y7iot4
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