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Curtis Brundy is the Associate University Librarian for Scholarly Communications and Collections at Iowa State University. He is active in efforts to transform scholarly communications and currently chairs the OA2020 US Working Group.
The Research Investments in Global Health (RESIN) study at the University of Southampton is assessing and informing global research investment priorities in infectious disease. Learn how Dimensions helps them to quickly assess knowledge gaps and make informed decisions.
In this case study, Dr. Bruce Herbert of Texas A&M highlights the results of a pilot project which aimed to characterize the research careers of a small number of recent graduates.
Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR) wants to make a positive societal impact through research, as measured by the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). They are using Dimensions for the creation of a dashboard as a tool for strategic planning and continuous measurement of progress.
Donna Axel is a Proposal Editor and Writing Coach and shares how she is using Dimensions in her daily work.
This case study describes why and how the Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) from University of Florida used Dimensions to find reviewers for COVID-19 grant applications.
In this case study, Sara Rouhi shares what role transformative and Open Access publishing agreements have in the evolution to Open Access, and how PLOS relies on Dimensions data to uniquely inform their related strategies.
This case study describes how SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics, uses Dimensions on a day-to-day basis. It focuses on how Dimensions supports SPIE in their strategic thinking and planning for the future.
Emerald Publishing subscribed to Digital Science’s Dimensions Analytics and API in the summer of 2018. A year and a half later, a few key Emerald colleagues took the time to share with us how Dimensions data have become critical in their day-to-day work.