Measuring Research Impact - Queen's University Belfast. Misleading Metrics. This is a list of questionable companies that purport to provide valid scholarly metrics at the researcher, article, or journal level.
Last updated: March 11, 2015 Criteria for Determining Misleading Metrics The website for the metric is nontransparent and provides little information about itself such as location, management team and its experience, other company information, and the likeThe company charges journals for inclusion in the list.The values (scores) for most or all of the journals on the list increase each year.The company uses Google Scholar as its database for calculating metrics (Google Scholar does not screen for quality and indexes predatory journals)The metric uses the term “impact factor” in its name.The methodology for calculating the value is contrived, unscientific, or unoriginal.The company exists solely for the purpose of earning money from questionable journals that use the gold open-access model.
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Nicky Whitsed, The Open University. 10.40 - The evolving use of data in university research assessment and management. Jonathan Adams, Thomson Reuters. 11.25 - Snowball Metrics. Lisa Colledge, Snowball Metrics Project Director, Global Academic Relations, Elsevier. 12.10 - Bibliometrics in the library : Wageningen UR library experience. 12.40 - General questions & discussion. 13.15 – Lunch. 14.00 - An introduction to Plum Analytics. 14:45 - Use of citations to support internationalisation. 15.00 - MyRI - A Bibliometrics toolkit: Development and Use. 15.15 - Tea & Coffee break. 15.30 - Why are there differences in citation impact? 15.45 - Questions, discussion & wrap-up 16.15 – End Bibliometrics in the library.ppt Citations for internationalisation.ppt Jonathan Adams Presentation.ppt. Welcome to Ranking Web of Universities.
Google Scholar Metrics for Publications. Most researchers are familiar with well-established journals and conferences in their field.
They are often less familiar with newer publications or publications in related fields - there're simply too many! Today, we’re introducing Google Scholar Metrics: an easy way for authors to quickly gauge the visibility and influence of recent articles in scholarly publications. To get started, you can browse the top 100 publications in several languages, ordered by their five-year h-index and h-median metrics.
You can also search for publications by words in their titles. For example, [design], [international law], [salud], and [otolaryngology]. Scholar Metrics currently covers many (but not all) articles published between 2007 and 2011. Here is hoping Google Scholar Metrics will help authors worldwide as they consider where to publish their latest article. Scimago Journal & Country Rank. MyRI Homepage. Testimonials "Your tutorial and worksheets [...] are very thorough and demonstrate a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the issues and challenges associated with measuring research impact.
" More... An online tutorial This is in 3 modules: introductory overview; journal ranking; bibliometrics to support your career and research strategy. Includes videos and other interactive elements. Run on our website or download and customise it. A wide range of training and presentation materials to pick from and package – worksheets, lesson plans, posters and more Tailored materials for Computer Science and Geography: Feedback on use of materials or other suggestions.