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Research Impact

A guide to the key tools for examining research impact, as well as setting up and managing your research profiles.

Book Impact

It is generally more difficult to find citations to books than to journal articles, although Google Scholar includes some citing references to books (see the Citation Impact page of this guide).

Some ways of demonstrating book impact are through

  • Citations: Google Book citations
  • Library holdings: the number of libraries worldwide that have purchased your book
  • Views: Page view and download statistics from your publisher's website or the repository where you've archived your book/chapter.
  • Book reviews: the number of reviews of your book/chapter and what reviewers are saying about it
  • Ratings: Amazon.com and Goodreads ratings
  • Sales figures: based on publisher supplied information

Library Holdings

Search across Indonesian libraries and digital collections for print and electronic resources!

WorldCat Discovery Search Box

Search more than 10,000 libraries worldwide!

Book Reviews