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by Emil Morhardt
Sibling 2011 scientiometric (bibliometric) analyses of the IPCC Third Assessment Report (TAR) (Bjurström and Polk 2011a, b) ask questions about how interdisciplinary—as opposed to how multidisciplinary—the IPCC is in considering the state of climate change research, and the degree to which consideration of the natural scientific evidence and its economic consequences outweighs any other considerations. 342 more words
Alerts are really helpful and (alt)metrics are interesting but academic communities are key to building new knowledge.
Some time ago, I set Google Scholar to alert me if anyone cited one of the papers I’ve authored. I recommend that academic authors should do this on Scopus and Web of Science too. 543 more words
The Digital Technologies are really progressing at an alarming rate, hence, the need for librarians to keep up with the changes. Of late, there is much rambling about Altmetrics which seems to be replacing Bibliometrics or incorporating some of the Bibliometrics measures into the newly coined Altmetrics,but what does this really implies? 391 more words
Last week I did my first teaching session as a professional librarian. It… was ok, I suppose? I shared the teaching with my colleague as she’s more familiar with the sessions than I am, so it was an opportunity for me to ease into teaching before going it alone at the end of the month. 283 more words