答复: [SIGMETRICS] Bibliometrics Services - Which Services Provided by Libraries Are Most Valued?
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Wed Apr 8 04:20:13 EDT 2015
Your message is very interesting. Is citation analysis widely applied in European universities? How about the situation in the USA?
发件人: ASIS&T Special Interest Group on Metrics [mailto:SIGMETRICS at LISTSERV.UTK.EDU] 代表 Gerritsma, Wouter
发送时间: 2015年4月6日 23:28
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主题: Re: [SIGMETRICS] Bibliometrics Services - Which Services Provided by Libraries Are Most Valued?
We have been doing this at Wageningen UR Library for years already, e.g. http://www.slideshare.net/Wowter/bibliometric-analysis-tools-on-top-of-the-universitys-bibliographic-database-new-roles-and-opportunities-for-library-outreach
Most valuabale at our move into bibliometrics is that we are now very often asked for advice on publication strategies.
And we have tools at hand for more comprehensive collection-analyses and breakdown by faculty (or smaller entities) of collection usage.
From: ASIS&T Special Interest Group on Metrics [mailto:SIGMETRICS at LISTSERV.UTK.EDU] On Behalf Of Matthew Marsteller
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Subject: Re: [SIGMETRICS] Bibliometrics Services - Which Services Provided by Libraries Are Most Valued?
David and all,
By a biblometrics service I mean meeting the information needs of the faculty and staff of a university using bibliometric (and perhaps
Altmetric) tools such as Web of Science, INCITES, Scopus and SciVal.
Things that we could possibly do range widely. It could extend from answering the simple ³What¹s my h-index?² to ³I need a gathering of statistics about my publications for my annual report/dossier.² to more involved stuff like ³What would be the projected impact of adding the work of Professor X from Y university to our faculty?² to a ³Bibliometric analysis of a topic that a faculty member could use during the early stage of preparing a scientific review article.² I¹m sure that others could suggest other possible services. I¹m trying to gauge which might be the most crucial ³product(s)² to begin with.
Thanks for the interest,
Matthew R. Marsteller
Senior Librarian, Engineering & Sciences Roger Sorrells Engineering & Science Library
4400 Wean Hall
Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, PA 15213-3890
Email: matthewm at andrew.cmu.edu
On 4/4/15, 9:20 AM, "David Wojick" <dwojick at CRAIGELLACHIE.US> wrote:
>Adminstrative info for SIGMETRICS (for example unsubscribe):
>This is very interesting. Can you say more about what you mean by
>bibliometrics services? Perhaps a few examples might help.
>David Wojick, Ph.D.
>On Apr 3, 2015, at 3:52 PM, Matthew Marsteller
><matthewm at ANDREW.CMU.EDU>
>> Adminstrative info for SIGMETRICS (for example unsubscribe):
>> I¹m in the process of establishing a proactive bibliometrics service
>>for my university. Although many universities across Europe and
>>Austrailia have made great strides with providing services, in the
>>United States we seem to just be ramping up services like this. Lots
>>of libraries might have tossed up a web page describing bibliometrics,
>>but evidence of an actual service is rare.
>> For those of you with established successful services, which have
>>been the most valued services that you provide from the viewpoint of
>>the faculty? We plan to do a needs assessment, but I¹m curious about
>>possible success stories. Your experience would provide us with
>>suggestions for discussion with our faculty.
>> I will gladly compile answers for the list if you wish to respond to
>>just my email address.
>> Thank you in advance,
>> Matthew R. Marsteller
>> Senior Librarian, Engineering & Sciences Roger Sorrells Engineering &
>> Science Library
>> 4400 Wean Hall
>> Carnegie Mellon University
>> Pittsburgh, PA 15213-3890
>> Email: matthewm at andrew.cmu.edu
>> Phone: 412-268-7212
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