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Memorias: II Seminario -Bibliotecas académicas para el siglo XXI-, Memories: II Seminar -Academic Libraries for the XXI century-, Memórias: II Seminário - Bibliotecas acadêmicas para o século XXI-

Tipo de documento: Ponencia - Conference or Workshop Item Paper Ponencia

Palabras clave: Seminario, Bibliotecas académicas en el siglo XXI, Repositorio, Repositorios Digitales, Bibliotecas universitarias, Ranking, Indicadores CTI, Almetría, Marketing de Bibliotecas, Sistemas de Información Digital

Temática: 0 Generalidades - Computer science, information and general works 0 Generalidades - Computer science, information and general works 02 Bibliotecología y ciencias de la información - Library and information sciences





Fuente: http://www.bdigital.unal.edu.co


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1 Libraries and modern metrics of scholarly impact Mike Buschman Co-founder, Plum Analytics mike@plumanalytics.com 2 The Plum Story 2012 • Founded Plum Analytics • University of Pittsburgh – first customer 2013 • Launched PlumX product • Customers include universities, corporations, publishers 2014 • EBSCO acquired Plum in January • Customers now include funders Answer the questions And tell the stories About your research 4 Journal citations are the current state of Scholarly Measure Journal Impact Factor 3.161 Well-known Problems with Citation Analysis • • • • • • Self-citations Citations added because of pressure by editors Negative citations Only about 30% of influences are cited* “Informal” influence isn’t measured through citations Secondary sources – Review articles “take” citations away from reviewed articles • Matthew effect – the rich get richer * MacRoberts and MacRoberts, 2010 5 5 6 “Uncitedness” • • • • Medicine – 12% Natural Sciences – 27% Social Sciences – 32% Humanities – 82% Source: http:--arxiv.org-ftp-arxiv-papers-0809-0809.5250.pdf PlumX Customer Data: Research output Citations Lag from 2013 and 2014 will have few citations. 7 8 Some examples of questions that were hard to answer before What impact has our research had in the past 12 months? How do we arm our researchers to better compete for funding? Can we measure non-STEM, non-article research? How can you help researchers get funding? • Add more than just a list of publications to their grant applications – Give them real-time metrics about their impact • Help determine where they should publish – Give metrics on what gets the most engagement • Showcase more than just their journal articles – Get credit for books and other research output 9 11 Metrics timeline: From Idea to Impact Idea ? years Blog Post Grant 2-5 years Conference Before New Metrics With New Metrics Metrics avai...





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