Unless otherwise indicated, any training sessions listed here are available for University of Reading staff, or postgraduate research students (marked as RRDP) only.
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April 6, 2017 @ 10:00 am - 4:30 pmFree
We will be hosting a free, full day bibliometrics workshop (lunch provided) on Thursday 6 April at Reading University. This has been organised by Jisc Web of Science Service for UK Education Support and training is provided by Clarivate Analytics (formerly the IP & Science business of Thomson Reuters). This is open to everyone. Full details at: http://wok.mimas.ac.uk/support/#training
The workshops are aimed at anyone who has developed an interest in research evaluation – booking details are at the end of the email.
As research funding becomes more competitive, institutions are getting more strategic about how they support their research talent, identify potential areas for growth and position themselves in the UK and global arena. Bibliometrics is an essential tool in conducting in-depth analyses of your institution’s role in research, as well as producing focused snapshots that showcase particular aspects of research performance and impact.
During the session Clarivate Analytics will demonstrate how Bibliometric analysis is being used by the community at strategic levels.
- Part I: The History behind Bibliometrics
- What are the advantages and disadvantages?
- Meaningful use of indicators?
- What are the main challenges related to metrics?
- How can indicators be used for Research evaluation, in Science Mapping and improving University rankings?
- PART II: Responsible metrics
- What data is used and how important is the data for performing bibliometrics?
- Responsible use of bibliometrics, including skewed nature of bibliometrics, JIF@the journal level, fractional counting, relative measure, etc.
- Compare like with like and supporting the Leiden Manifesto
Lunch (provided by Clarivate Analytics)
- Part III: Live demo & Exercises using InCites B&A
- Part III: Product development feedback
Places can be booked online directly using the WoS booking page at: http://wok.mimas.ac.uk/feedback/booking.html or alternatively email the helpdesk at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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