Hundreds of extreme self-citing scientists revealed in new database

« Some highly cited academics seem to be heavy self-promoters — but researchers warn against policing self-citation. The world’s most-cited researchers, … Continuer la lecture de « Hundreds of extreme self-citing scientists revealed in new database »

Source > nature.com, Richard Van Noorden & Dalmeet Singh Chawla, 19 aout 2019, doi: 10.1038/d41586-019-02479-7

LIBER Webinar – Innovating The Ways Metrics Are Applied, Responsible Metrics & Measuring Openness – Tuesday, September 10, 2019

« How can we measure the state of openness of research? Why are responsible research indicators important? What role do institutional … Continuer la lecture de « LIBER Webinar – Innovating The Ways Metrics Are Applied, Responsible Metrics & Measuring Openness – Tuesday, September 10, 2019 »

Source > anymeeting.com, aout 2019

The Push to Replace Journal Supplements with Repositories

« Broken links, clunky formats, and outdated platforms have both authors and publishers turning to alternative solutions. (…) Supplementary files are … Continuer la lecture de « The Push to Replace Journal Supplements with Repositories »

Source > the-scientist.com, Diana Kwon, 19 aout 2019

A Case for Universal and Simplified Journal Systems

« Editor’s Note: If scholarly publishers truly consider themselves service providers, then collectively a better job can be done in making … Continuer la lecture de « A Case for Universal and Simplified Journal Systems »

Source > scholarlykitchen.sspnet.org, Mriganka Awati, 20 aout 2019

Growth in Data and Questions on Quality are Increasing Researcher Workload, Finds New Study From Elsevier and Sense About Science

« Data proliferation and a lack of confidence in the multitude of research outputs is adding to researcher workload and is … Continuer la lecture de « Growth in Data and Questions on Quality are Increasing Researcher Workload, Finds New Study From Elsevier and Sense About Science »

Source > prnewswire.com, Sacha Boucherie, 21 aout 2019

From Acquisition to Access to Archiving – Creating Library Data Services that Provide End-to-End Support for Library Acquired Data

« This case study outlines the challenges and opportunities that we are currently facing with data management of acquired datasets at … Continuer la lecture de « From Acquisition to Access to Archiving – Creating Library Data Services that Provide End-to-End Support for Library Acquired Data »

Source > library.ifla.org, KASIANOVITZ, Kris and WILLIAMSEN, Julie, 2019, Paper presented at: IFLA WLIC 2019 - Athens, Greece - Libraries: dialogue for change in Session 153a - Preservation and Conservation with Big Data SIG.