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Anime/Manga Studies Article Publication Trends - A 2018 Update

Two years ago, I examined the “publication trends” in anime/manga studies by tracking the actual number of articles on anime/manga that have appeared in English-language academic journals starting in 1993 and through 2015. 1,134 more words

Journal Articles

Journal ranks 2017

A few years ago we wrote a bibliometric paper describing a new way to rank journals, and I still think it is one of the better ways to rank them based on a composite index of relative citation-based metrics . 227 more words

Conservation

Impactful Research

How is impact measured?

Researchers work extremely hard (most of the time) to produce a thorough analysis and provoke discussion on a particular topic. It would be very frustrating if it ever felt like all of that hard work did not pay off and had little impact. 706 more words

Visualizing Research

Rachel Miles is a Digital Scholarship Librarian at the Center for the Advancement of Digital Scholarship (CADS) at Kansas State University and is K-State Libraries’ Partner on the… 1,431 more words

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Vergonzoso de tan simple: de RIS a csv vía Zotero

En más de 30 años dedicado al análisis cuantitativo de los procesos de comunicación y publicación científicas (vulgo análisis bibliométrico) la frase que más he escuchado has sido “el Science Citation Index no cubre la producción científica española” que, andando el tiempo, ha actualizado su contenido, aunque no su significado: “Web of Science no refleja a producción científica española”, “Scopus no cubre la producción científica española” y demás frases equivalentes. 940 more words

Scientific Communication

The One and Only – ORCID for researchers

In today’s research climate, the scope for information about you and your work to be displayed and connected is huge.  Historically, publishers and libraries took ownership for distributing and curating works, but roles are blurring in today’s world, where indexing and curation of online content is largely done algorithmically.  500 more words

D: Engagement, Influence And Impact

Research Impact (aka Thing 15-16)

ようこそ! This week we take a look at a super important topic for all academics (and their egos) – research impact.

I have to start again by coming clear. 525 more words