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PGR Part-time & Distance Learning week

The annual DCAD “Part-time and Distance Doctoral Student” training event took place this week, with doctoral researchers from Durham, Newcastle, Northumbria, Sunderland… 136 more words


Listen In: Discussions from the field

The role of the “Listen in: Discussions from/in the field” column is to highlight interesting, exceptional, or provocative research published in LIS literature. This year we hope to emphasize a variety of research methods and the experiences of those often ignored in LIS literature. 1,818 more words


Open Access and Research Impact

I haven’t written a scientific paper yet, but I am required to do at least one during my EngD programme. The aims of my project and the wishes of my sponsoring company, Thermo Fisher Scientific, even favours the release of multiple papers – if it’s even possible in the time frame I have. 519 more words

23 Things

Thing 16: Research Impact (Bibliometrics and Altmetrics)

“It was you citing me all this time?!”


Bibliometrics is a well-established approach for studying one type of research output: the academic publication, and especially, the journal article.  1,859 more words

Getting Cited

Dynamic Extraction of Key Paper from the Cluster Using Variance Values of Cited Literature

Akira Otsuki

Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan


When looking into recent research trends in the field of academic landscape, citation network analysis is common and automated clustering of many academic papers has been achieved by making good use of various techniques. 95 more words