Measuring and Mapping Data Reuse: Findings From an Interactive Workshop on Data Citation and Metrics for Data Reuse

« Widely adopted standards for data citation are foundational to efforts to track and quantify data reuse. Without the means to … Continuer la lecture de « Measuring and Mapping Data Reuse: Findings From an Interactive Workshop on Data Citation and Metrics for Data Reuse »

Source > hdsr.mitpress.mit.edu, Federer, L. (2020). Measuring and Mapping Data Reuse: Findings From an Interactive Workshop on Data Citation and Metrics for Data Reuse. Harvard Data Science Review. https://doi.org/10.1162/99608f92.ccd17b00

Who Is Competing to Own Researcher Identity?

« The largest scholarly publishers today are driven by one major near-term strategic concern — to reduce leakage and thereby bolster … Continuer la lecture de « Who Is Competing to Own Researcher Identity? »

Source > scholarlykitchen.sspnet.org, Roger C. Schonfeld, 6 janvier 2020

Tracking self-citations in academic publishing

« Citation metrics have value because they aim to make scientific assessment a level playing field, but urgent transparency-based adjustments are … Continuer la lecture de « Tracking self-citations in academic publishing »

Source > biorxiv.org, Ameni Kacem, Justin W. Flatt, Philipp Mayr, 23 décembre 2019, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1101/2019.12.20.884031

Institutional repositories and the item and research data metrics landscape

« The success of COUNTER in supporting adoption of a standard to measure e-resource usage over the past 15 years is … Continuer la lecture de « Institutional repositories and the item and research data metrics landscape »

Source > insights.uksg.org, Needham, Paul, and Jo Lambert. 2019. Insights 32 (1): 26. DOI: http://doi.org/10.1629/uksg.478

Institutional repositories and the item and research data metrics landscape

« The success of COUNTER in supporting adoption of a standard to measure e-resource usage over the past 15 years is … Continuer la lecture de « Institutional repositories and the item and research data metrics landscape »

Source > insights.uksg.org, Needham, Paul, and Jo Lambert. 2019, nsights 32 (1): 26. DOI: http://doi.org/10.1629/uksg.478

Webinar Video: Innovating The Ways Metrics Are Applied, Responsible Metrics & Measuring Openness

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

Source > libereurope.eu, 10 septembre 2019

Digital Science and the International Society for Scientometrics and Informetrics join forces to provide ISSI members with free access to Dimensions and Altmetric data

« Digital Science, a leader in scholarly technology, is pleased to announce a collaboration with the International Society for Scientometrics and … Continuer la lecture de « Digital Science and the International Society for Scientometrics and Informetrics join forces to provide ISSI members with free access to Dimensions and Altmetric data »

Source > stm-publishing.com, 3 septembre 2019

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

Next-generation journal metrics: leaving the impact factor behind

« The journal impact factor has long dominated the assessment of scholarly publishing. Based on citation indexing, and conceived over four … Continuer la lecture de « Next-generation journal metrics: leaving the impact factor behind »

Source > thepublicationplan.com, Emma Prest, 18 juillet 2019

How will the emerging generation of scholars transform scholarly communication?

« Presenting evidence from the Harbingers Study, a three-year longitudinal study of Early Career Researchers (ECRs), David Nicholas assesses the extent … Continuer la lecture de « How will the emerging generation of scholars transform scholarly communication? »

Source > blogs.lse.ac.uk, David Nicholas, 5 juin 2019

Workshop #1 – Appropriation des savoirs ouverts

« Ce workshop a rassemblé les partenaires impliqués dans le projet ASO ainsi que des spécialistes des questions étudiées : Boris … Continuer la lecture de « Workshop #1 – Appropriation des savoirs ouverts »

Source > lab.hypotheses.org, Élodie Faath, 28 mai 2019

Can Twitter, Facebook, and Other Social Media Drive Downloads, Citations?

« Even before the development of the Internet and social media tools, the association between media promotion and article performance was … Continuer la lecture de « Can Twitter, Facebook, and Other Social Media Drive Downloads, Citations? »

Source > scholarlykitchen.sspnet.org, Phil Davis, 23 mai 2019

New SAGE Publishing report lays groundwork for improving social and behavioral science impact metrics

« Report kicks off initiative to help researchers demonstrate and achieve impact While measurement of science impact has traditionally been synonymous … Continuer la lecture de « New SAGE Publishing report lays groundwork for improving social and behavioral science impact metrics »

Source > uk.sagepub.com, 23 mai 2019

Challenges and Opportunities in Pre-published Research

« It can take months or even years for research to go from ideation to publication, with the vast majority of … Continuer la lecture de « Challenges and Opportunities in Pre-published Research »

Source > scholarlykitchen.sspnet.org, 17 avril 2019

Bringing Citations and Usage Metrics Together to Make Data Count

« Over the last years, many organizations have been working on infrastructure to facilitate sharing and reuse of research data. This … Continuer la lecture de « Bringing Citations and Usage Metrics Together to Make Data Count »

Source > datascience.codata.org, Cousijn, H., Feeney, P., Lowenberg, D., Presani, E. and Simons N., Data Science Journal, 18(1), p.9. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/dsj-2019-009

Predatory Publishing: « Publication Lists Are Overrated »

« Quantitative metrics are playing an increasingly important role in the assessment of academic careers. Wilhelm Krull, Secretary General of the … Continuer la lecture de « Predatory Publishing: « Publication Lists Are Overrated » »

Source > volkswagenstiftung.de, Dr. Wilhelm Krull, 24 septembre 2018

Open science, research indicators and reproducibility

« There’s been a flurry of reports and announcements on open science over the last few weeks. (…) At July’s Coalition … Continuer la lecture de « Open science, research indicators and reproducibility »

Source > wonkhe.com, Neil Jacobs, 8 août 2018

UK Progress towards the use of metrics responsibly – Three years on from The Metric Tide report [.pdf]

« Over the last five years the use, and abuse, of metrics in research assessment has been in sharp focus, with … Continuer la lecture de « UK Progress towards the use of metrics responsibly – Three years on from The Metric Tide report [.pdf] »

Source > universitiesuk.ac.uk, 10 juillet 2018

Social media metrics for new research evaluation

« This chapter approaches, both from a theoretical and practical perspective, the most important principles and conceptual frameworks that can be … Continuer la lecture de « Social media metrics for new research evaluation »

Source > arxiv.org, Paul Wouters, Zohreh Zahedi, Rodrigo Costas, 27 juin 2018, arXiv:1806.10541

Clarivate Analytics Releases Enhanced 2018 Journal Citation Reports Highlighting the World’s Most Influential Journals

« Clarivate Analytics, the global leader in providing trusted insights and analytics to accelerate innovation, announced the 2018 update of its … Continuer la lecture de « Clarivate Analytics Releases Enhanced 2018 Journal Citation Reports Highlighting the World’s Most Influential Journals »

Source > clarivate.com/blog, 26 juin 2018

Dario Rodighiero. « Mapping affinities: visualizing academic practice through collaboration » [thèse]

« Academic affinities are one of the most fundamental hidden dynamics that drive scientific development. Some affinities are actual, and consequently … Continuer la lecture de « Dario Rodighiero. « Mapping affinities: visualizing academic practice through collaboration » [thèse] »

Source > infoscience.epfl.ch, Dario Rodighiero, École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne, DOI: 10.5075/epfl-thesis-8242

Research Councils UK sign up to Responsible Research Metrics Declaration

« The UK Research Councils have today (Wednesday 7th February) published a statement on the responsible use of metrics and signed … Continuer la lecture de « Research Councils UK sign up to Responsible Research Metrics Declaration »

Source > rcuk.ac.uk, 7 février 2018

A design framework and exemplar metrics for FAIRness

« FAIRness » – the degree to which a digital resource is Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable – is aspirational, yet the … Continuer la lecture de « A design framework and exemplar metrics for FAIRness »

Source > .biorxiv.org, Mark D. Wilkinson, Susanna-Assunta Sansone, Erik Schultes, et al., 1 décembre 2017, doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/225490

San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment is now five years old. Where next for DORA?

« (…) Five years ago at the American Society of Cell Biology Annual Meeting in San Francisco, leading cell biologists, editors … Continuer la lecture de « San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment is now five years old. Where next for DORA? »

Source > blogs.plos.org, Sheryl P. Denker, 5 décembre 2017

The catalogue that made metrics, and changed science

« In 1830, Charles Babbage had an unusual idea. Exasperated by how little recognition science was getting in England, the computer … Continuer la lecture de « The catalogue that made metrics, and changed science »

Source > nature.com, Alex Csiszar, Nature, 551,163–165, 8 November 2017, doi:10.1038/551163a

Journée « Innométriques 2017 » – Métriques de la publication scientifique : Nouvelles pratiques, nouveaux usages

« 30 novembre 2017 – CNRS – Campus Gérard-Mégie OBJECTIFS : La Journée « Innométriques 2017 » propose de réunir la … Continuer la lecture de « Journée « Innométriques 2017 » – Métriques de la publication scientifique : Nouvelles pratiques, nouveaux usages »

Source > cnrs.fr/dist, octobre 2017

Research Impact Metrics: A Faculty Perspective

« Les bibliothèques universitaires mettent de plus en plus l’accent sur la communication savante. Ce faisant, les bibliothécaires se demandent comment … Continuer la lecture de « Research Impact Metrics: A Faculty Perspective »

Source > journal.lib.uoguelph.ca, Mindy Thuna, Pam King, 2017, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21083/partnership.v12i1.3906

Higher education & research in France, facts and figures 10th edition – June 2017

« This tenth edition is more than ever a reference tool for all those involved in higher education and research as … Continuer la lecture de « Higher education & research in France, facts and figures 10th edition – June 2017 »

Source > publication.enseignementsup-recherche.gouv.fr, juillet 2017

More researchers to now benefit from Plum Analytics Metrics

« PlumX Metrics now integrated into leading Elsevier products and services Elsevier, the information analytics company specializing in science and health, … Continuer la lecture de « More researchers to now benefit from Plum Analytics Metrics »

Source > elsevier.com, 27 juillet 2017

The measure of metrics

« Change is constant in scholarly publishing; nowhere more than in the world of metrics. Here, four industry leaders offer Tim … Continuer la lecture de « The measure of metrics »

Source > researchinformation.info, 28 juin 2017

Make Data Count: Building a system to support recognition of data as a first class research output

« The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation has made a 2-year, $747K award to the California Digital Library, DataCite and DataONE to … Continuer la lecture de « Make Data Count: Building a system to support recognition of data as a first class research output »

Source > datapub.cdlib.org, Daniella Lowenberg, 18 mai 2017

A systematic identification and analysis of scientists on Twitter

« Metrics derived from Twitter and other social media—often referred to as altmetrics—are increasingly used to estimate the broader social impacts … Continuer la lecture de « A systematic identification and analysis of scientists on Twitter »

Source > journals.plos.org, Qing Ke, Yong-Yeol Ahn, Cassidy R. Sugimoto, 11 avril 2017, doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0175368

Metrics for openness

« The characterization of scholarly communication is dominated by citation-based measures. In this paper we propose several metrics to describe different … Continuer la lecture de « Metrics for openness »

Source > researchcommons.waikato.ac.nz, Nichols, David M, Twidale, Michael B, Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 2017, doi.org/10.1002/asi.23741

LIBER: The Leiden Manifesto under review: What libraries can learn from it

« This paper is a critical discussion of the Leiden Manifesto for libraries already engaged in bibliometric practices. It offers practical … Continuer la lecture de « LIBER: The Leiden Manifesto under review: What libraries can learn from it »

Source > libereurope.eu, Coombs, S. K., Peters, I., 2017

Publier et évaluer autrement

« Une évaluation fondée sur les principes de la science Ouvrir les données et publier autrement Comment rendre son rapport de … Continuer la lecture de « Publier et évaluer autrement »

Source > openarchiv.hypotheses.org, Françoise Gouzi, 10 mars 2017

Altmetrics: The Emerging Alternative Metrics for Web Research Analysis

« The use of web 2.0 is becoming the essential part of present day life. People are spending time for many … Continuer la lecture de « Altmetrics: The Emerging Alternative Metrics for Web Research Analysis »

Source > ir.inflibnet.ac.in, Kumar Ashok, Shivarama J, Angadi Mallikarjun, Choukimath Puttaraj A, novembre 2016

Journée INNOMETRIQUES – CNRS, 17 octobre 2016 – La publication scientifique à l’heure du TDM

Rapport de synthèse et Propositions d’action pour 2017 « Le colloque Innométriques qui s’est tenu au Campus Gérard Mégie du CNRS … Continuer la lecture de « Journée INNOMETRIQUES – CNRS, 17 octobre 2016 – La publication scientifique à l’heure du TDM »

Source > cnrs.fr/dist, novembre 2016

Royaume-Uni : New Forum for Responsible Research Metrics launched

« A group of research funders, sector bodies and infrastructure experts are working in partnership to promote the responsible use of … Continuer la lecture de « Royaume-Uni : New Forum for Responsible Research Metrics launched »

Source > hefce.ac.uk, 15 septembre 2016

Mastering Open Access Metrics

« Like their subscription-based counterparts, Open Access articles’ metadata is essential to measuring its impact in the academic world. Open Access … Continuer la lecture de « Mastering Open Access Metrics »

Source > lj.libraryjournal.com, John Parsons, 8 septembre 2016

JOURNÉE INNOMÉTRIQUES

« Le colloque Innométriques aura lieu le 17 octobre 2016 au CNRS, campus Gérard Mégie. Il vise à vise à répondre … Continuer la lecture de « JOURNÉE INNOMÉTRIQUES »

Source > cnrs.fr/dist, 2016

Anne E. Rauh: Altmetrics in the Library

« Research libraries assist scholars in demonstrating the value of their scholarly output through citation metrics and other measures. As the … Continuer la lecture de « Anne E. Rauh: Altmetrics in the Library »

Source > surface.syr.edu, Rauh, Anne E. “Altmetrics in the Library.” presented at the American Chemical Society, Philadelphia, PA, August 21, 2016.

A success story – Bookmetrix’s first year of empowering book authors

« Bookmetrix, a new platform launched at last year’s London Book Fair, celebrates its first year of operation. Bookmetrix reports how … Continuer la lecture de « A success story – Bookmetrix’s first year of empowering book authors »

Source > springernature.com, 12 avril 2016

Repères RSTI – The Metric Tide: Report of the Independent Review of the Role of Metrics in Research Assessment and Management

« Après quinze mois de consultation et de collecte de données, les auteurs de cet avis du Higher Education Funding Council … Continuer la lecture de « Repères RSTI – The Metric Tide: Report of the Independent Review of the Role of Metrics in Research Assessment and Management »

Source > economie.gouv.qc.ca, 20 juillet 2015

Journal Metrics live on Scopus

« Last week, we announced that the 2014 journal metrics values were launched and freely available on www.journalmetrics.com. This week, we’re … Continuer la lecture de « Journal Metrics live on Scopus »

Source > blog.scopus, Pierre van Doorn, 2 juillet 2015

Publier la Science n°8 / juin 2015. INRA (.pdf)

Réseaux sociaux Rédaction Métriques et impact Libre accès Evaluation Ethique Processus de publication Données de la recherche Communication scientifique Outils … Continuer la lecture de « Publier la Science n°8 / juin 2015. INRA (.pdf) »

Source > listes.inra, juin 2015

Research Information – June/July 2015

« … Long live the MOOC As digital technologies re-shape traditional teaching methods in higher education, the MOOC is finding its feet, … Continuer la lecture de « Research Information – June/July 2015 »

Source > researchinformation, juin 2015

Où en est-on des réseaux sociaux académiques ?

« Alors que l’utilisation des réseaux sociaux de chercheurs est toujours croissante, que les éditeurs s’y intéressent de plus en plus … Continuer la lecture de « Où en est-on des réseaux sociaux académiques ? »

Source > urfistinfo.hypotheses, A.Bouchard, 15 mai 2015

Le manifeste de Leiden pour la mesure de la recherche

« The Leiden manifesto for research Metrics, Nature, 520, 429-431 by Diana Hicks, Paul Wouters, Ludo Waltman, Sarah de Rijcke & … Continuer la lecture de « Le manifeste de Leiden pour la mesure de la recherche »

Source > obs-ost, 23 avril 2015

CABI and PlumX Partner in Pilot Program

« Scientists at CABI will be able to gauge the impact of their agricultural and environmental research in several unique ways … Continuer la lecture de « CABI and PlumX Partner in Pilot Program »

Source > ebsco, Kathleen McEvoy, 13 avril 2015

Scopus increases interoperability with SciVal and introduces new journal metric

« On December 4, Scopus released two important new features. The Scopus header has been redesigned to increase the interoperability with … Continuer la lecture de « Scopus increases interoperability with SciVal and introduces new journal metric »

Source > blog.scopus.com, Pierre van Doorn, 5 décembre 2014

Le futur des logiciels bibliographiques

« Voici la présentation faite par Frédéric Clavert, membre du Blog Zotero francophone, à la journée « Regard(s) sur les logiciels bibliographiques, … Continuer la lecture de « Le futur des logiciels bibliographiques »

Source > zotero.hypotheses.org, Frédéric Clavert, 27 novembre 2014

Research Trends: Special Issue on the 10 years of Scopus

« Since its launch in the fall of 2004, Scopus has established itself as the largest abstract and citation database of … Continuer la lecture de « Research Trends: Special Issue on the 10 years of Scopus »

Source > blog.scopus.com, Mimis Chrysomallis, 21 novembre 2014

LIBER signs the San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment

« At the October Executive Board meeting in Lausanne  the LIBER Executive Board agreed to sign the San Francisco Declaration on Research … Continuer la lecture de « LIBER signs the San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment »

Source > libereurope.eu, Susan Reilly, 14 novembre 2014

From Attention to Citation: What are altmetrics and how do they work?

« Scholarly and social impacts of scientific publications could be measured by various metrics, including article usage, Mendeley readership and Altmetric … Continuer la lecture de « From Attention to Citation: What are altmetrics and how do they work? »

Source > blogs.lse.ac.uk, Xianwen Wang, 28 octobre 2014

Digital Content Next Research Reveals 80 Percent of Digital Publishers Are Interested in Using Time-Based Metrics to Price and Sell Ads

« More than half of leading publishers see attention metrics as next new standard; Publishers identify lack of standardized metrics and … Continuer la lecture de « Digital Content Next Research Reveals 80 Percent of Digital Publishers Are Interested in Using Time-Based Metrics to Price and Sell Ads »

Source > digitalcontentnext.org, Elizabeth Luke, 22 octobre 2014

Scopus h-index being updated to include content from 1970 to the present

« The Scopus Cited Reference Expansion, announced in March, is well on its way. Our October 23 release saw the expansion … Continuer la lecture de « Scopus h-index being updated to include content from 1970 to the present »

Source > blog.scopus.com, Elizabeth Dyas, 23 octobre 2014

Publier à l’ère des Big Data

« Via un anodin tweet à l’occasion de la Foire de Francfort, le cyberlibraire et fournisseur de supports de lecture électronique … Continuer la lecture de « Publier à l’ère des Big Data »

Source > lafeuille.blog.lemonde.fr, Hubert Guillaud, 13 octobre 2014