This LibGuide will provide information on Author Identifiers and Bibliographic Management Software:
This LibGuide will help you to learn more about and access the SPIN database:
SPIN, which stands for Sponsored Programs Information Network, is an extensive research funding opportunity database. SPIN contains over 40,000 opportunities from more than 10,000 sponsors. It’s available through the library's database list and linked on the Office of Sponsored Programs website.
This LibGuide will provide addtional informatino on Measuring Impact:
Measuring the impact of your scholarly work goes well past the familiar Journal Impact Factor. When preparing your Personal Action Dossier for tenure and promotion or when preparing a grant application, including the number of citations your article has had to date, your h-Index, and/or the impact factor of the journals that have published your work can help show in quantitative terms the reach and value of your work. See the page in this guide for more information about additional indices, including those focused on the individual author and that author's work through time. See also this page for information about Alternative Metrics (altmetrics) and Article-Level Metrics.