Don’t forget that this week, Mike Taylor from Elsevier Labs will be talking about measuring impact using altmetrics in his talk “How do I rate thee? Let me count the tweets”. Mike’s talk will discuss altmetrics in relation to open access, social impact and Orcid and will look at why it’s got a long journey to become truly significant
The talk will take place on Wednesday 11th December 14.00-15.00 at the Radcliffe Science Library. Please book your place online.
Want to calculate your h-index or find the most highly cited journals? If so, come along to Bodleian Libraries bibliometrics workshops next week…
Bibliometrics I: Who’s citing you? will introduce citation tracking as a technique for finding out who is citing your work using Web of Science, Scopus and Google Scholar. The session will cover how to track citation using the three tools and the pros and cons of each. We will also include time for you to try out each tool to find citations to your own work. This session will take place on Tuesday 5 February 10.00-11.00 at the Radcliffe Science Library. Please book your place online.
WISER: Bibliometrics II – tools of the trade will focus in on using Web of Science and Scopus to calculate h-indexes, find highly cited journals and to measure the impact of individual institutions and countries. In addition we will look at using Essential Science Indicators to find “hot” papers and authors and the use of altmetrics to measure downloads and mentions in social media.
Bibliometrics II – tools of the trade is aimed at academics, researchers, administrators and librarians in the Sciences. If you are unfamiliar with citation tracking please attend Bibliometrics I: Who’s citing you? first. The session will take place on Tuesday 5 February 11.15-12.15 at the Radcliffe Science Library. Please book your place online.