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Raising the Profile of Indonesian Universities through Research. Andy Teo, Account Manager Elsevier Science & Technology [email protected] The Research Landscape. Crossing of national boundaries Highly mobile researchers, ideas & technologies Need for prestige

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Raising the profile of indonesian universities through research

Raising the Profile of Indonesian Universities through Research

Andy Teo, Account Manager

Elsevier Science & Technology

[email protected]


The research landscape

The Research Landscape

  • Crossing of national boundaries

  • Highly mobile researchers, ideas & technologies

  • Need for prestige

    • Quality assessment & ranking systems drives global engagement / competition

    • Stem brain drain in public universities & attract full fee paying students in private universities

  • Public & private pressures on research investment


  • What drives research

    What drives research?

    • Competition

      • Who leads, who follows?

      • Scramble for scarce resources e.g. first to publish, funding, PhD students, successful patents, spin-off enterprises

    • Collaboration

      • Research networks & clusters in multidisciplinary areas to solve complex problems

      • Aided by instant global communications, data transfer, rapid exchange & critique, & highly interactive


    What drives research1

    What drives research?

    • Regulation

      • Governments, quality agencies, funding councils

      • Need for accountability, ethics

    • Innovation

      • Moving research ideas into Innovation

      • Technology transfer – new products or improve on existing

      • To tackle big questions – climate change, environmental sustainability, poverty. Or else why invest public money?

      • Outcomes to focus on economic & cultural development, social betterment


    We have a problem

    We have a problem…

    • Common issue faced by governments, policy makers & senior administrators:

      There are too many similar universities, employing similar people with similar backgrounds, coming up with similar ideas, producing similar things & similar quality.


    Raising profile of indonesian university research

    Raising profile of Indonesian University Research

    • How?

      • Medium of Communication = Primarily Scientific Journals

    • To increase prominence:

      • Internationalize local Indonesian Journals

      • Publish more in International Journals


    Internationalization of indonesian journals

    Internationalization of Indonesian Journals

    For a local Journal to be successful, it cannot be too local.


    Internationalize local indonesian journals

    Internationalize Local Indonesian Journals

    • Improve Quality of Local Journals

      • Partner Regional or International journals

      • Invite Scientists as Contributing Authors or Editorial Board members *

    • Raise Author’s ability to publish

      • Incentives, Awards & Workshops

      • Tools for Research Excellence & Productivity *

    • Electronic platforms

      • Visibility to Global Audience e.g. Google, Open Source platforms, Scopus etc *


    Partner regional or international journals

    Partner Regional or International journals


    No stranger to academic research

    NO STRANGER TO ACADEMIC RESEARCH *

    • Article submissions:500,000+

    Organize editorial boards

    Launch new specialist journals

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    Solicit and manage submissions

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    Archive and promote

    Managepeer review

    • 40-90% of articles rejected

    • 2,000+ journals

    • 9 million articles

    • 7,000 editors

    • 70,000 editorial board members

    • 6.5 million author/publisher communications per year

    Publish anddisseminate

    Edit andprepare

    • 20 million researchers

    • 6,000+ institutions

    • 180+ countries

    • 240 million+ downloads per year

    • 2.5 million print pages per year

    Production

    • 300,000 new articles produced per year

    • 180 years of back issues scanned, processed and data-tagged


    Raise author s ability to publish incentives awards workshops

    Raise Author’s ability to publish:Incentives, Awards & Workshops


    Largest collection of electronic scientific information

    26%

    Others

    Largest Collection of electronic Scientific information *

    Research Support Tools

    Share of Journal Articles Published

    Our Scientific Disciplines

    Environmental Sciences

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    Maths & computer science

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    Over one million English language research

    articles published globally each year

    300,000 English language research

    articles published with Elsevier today


    Electronic platforms

    Electronic platforms


    Raising the profile of indonesian universities through research

    What is Scopus?

    16,700+ titles

    STM &

    Social

    sciences

    Focused

    web

    information

    SCOPUS

    Repositories

    Academic

    library

    sources

    • Largest Citations and Abstract database – 16,700+ sources from 4,000 publishers

    • Comprehensive Scientific, Technical, Medical and Social Sciences coverage. Arts & Humanities

    • Quality Web Sources – Institutional Repositories

    • Patent searching from 5 major patent offices

    • Citations Analysis of your researchers, institution, journal, research area

    Intuitive interface, Citations Analysis


    Breadth of coverage across subject areas

    16,700

    32%

    20%

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    17%

    Breadth of coverage - Across subject areas

    De Moya (Scientometrics 2007): “The coverage provided by Scopus is balanced in terms of subject areas when compared with Ulrich’s core”

    • Health Sc.

    • (100% Medline)

    • Nursing

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    • Biology


    Breadth of coverage across geographical regions

    8790

    5635

    243

    1727

    384

    Breadth of Coverage across geographical regions


    Content selection advisory board csab

    Content & Selection Advisory Board (CSAB)

    • Board comprises about 30 scientists & subject specialists around the world

    • External & Independent to work with Scopus Team for:

      • Product enhancements

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      • Content growth strategy to ensure Scopus stays international, current & relevant


    Future directions and next steps

    Future Directions and Next Steps

    Productivity Tools for Growth and Development


    A complete picture of an institution s research strengths

    A Complete Picture Of An Institution’s Research Strengths

    Each bubble represents a group of clusters wherein your institution has a distinctive competency

    Size of the bubble reflects the size of the output in each cluster

    Position within the circle indicates the interdisciplinary mix


    Showing discipline growth and your relative position

    In these research disciplines, which are growing faster than the other disciplines, your institutions holds the number 1 position.

    Showing Discipline Growth And Your Relative Position

    Relative Growth Rate

    Market growth indicates if distinctive competency has higher or lower than average market growth

    Relative article share reflects your institution's position vis-à-vis the biggest competitor

    Relative Article Share


    Identifying top researchers in growing disciplines

    Identifying Top Researchers In Growing Disciplines

    DC 85

    Top researchers within this discipline who can strengthen your relative position


    Next steps

    Primary Source full text articles

    Over 9 million full-text articles

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    Navigation of global scientific information

    Covers > 16,700 journals, including APAC sources > 4,000 publishers

    Next Steps…


    Raising the profile of indonesian universities through research

    Research Output Comparison


    Malaysia research output

    Malaysia Research Output

    Source: http://www.scopus.com

    Malaysia ScienceDirect Consortium formed in 2002


    Raising the profile of indonesian universities through research

    Thailand Research Output

    Thailand ScienceDirect Consortium formed in 2002


    Raising the profile of indonesian universities through research

    Contact Details:Andy TeoAccount ManagerElsevier Science & Technologyemail: [email protected]: +65 6349 0259

    Terima Kasih!

    www.sciencedirect.comwww.scopus.com


    The new wealth of nations

    USA: 344,000 Docs

    Output growth:10%

    • 1997 Published Output

    • 2007 Published Output

    UK: 109,000 Docs

    Output growth: 35%

    Australia:39,000 Docs

    Output growth: 76%

    • US

    • China

    • UK

    • Ger-many

    • Japan

    • France

    • Cana-da

    • Italy

    • Spain

    • India

    • Aus-tralia

    • Korea

    • Nether-lands

    • Russia

    • Brazil

    • Taiwan

    • Swit-zerland

    • Swe-den

    • Poland

    • Bel-gium

    THE NEW WEALTH OF NATIONS?

    • Countries ranked by published output in 2007


    The new wealth of nations1

    -6

    • China

    • Korea

    • Brazil

    • Taiwan

    • India

    • Spain

    • Austra-lia

    • Poland

    • Belgium

    • Italy

    • Canada

    • Swit-zerland

    • Nether-lands

    • UK

    • Ger-many

    • Sweden

    • France

    • US

    • Japan

    • Russia

    THE NEW WEALTH OF NATIONS?

    • Countries ranked by output growth 1997-2007 (by %)


    So how are we doing

    So how are we doing?


    Raising the profile of indonesian universities through research

    4215%30%

    • 42

      Age that researchers get their first grant from National Institute of Health

    • 15%

      Approval rate for National Science Foundation research grants to new researchers

    • 30%

      Time researchers spend working on grant applications


    The solution funding intelligence tool fit

    The Solution: Funding Intelligence Tool (FIT)

    • FIT provides three key benefits:

    • Comprehensive funding content: Stop worrying you’re missing out on opportunities

    • Targeted Recommendations: Find guidance on where to apply to

    • Funding Intelligence: Enabling performance measurement, benchmarking andstrategic planning

    FIT enables universities to better compete and increase grant income


    Where is the money

    WHERE IS THE MONEY?

    Recommendations preview

    Automated recommendations matched on pre-populated profiles (Scopus)

    “Pre-population of publication history [would be] a big winner with researchers – they hate doing it manually.”– Director Office of Sponsored Research


    Identifying national strengths

    IDENTIFYING NATIONAL STRENGTHS

    Humanities Social Sciences CS / EE Math / Physics Chemistry Engineering Earth Biology BioTech Inf. Disease Medical Spec. Health Svc. Brain

    Humanities Social Sciences CS / EE Math / Physics Chemistry Engineering Earth Biology BioTech Inf. Disease Medical Spec. Health Svc. Brain

    • Strengths – USA

    • Strengths – Top 40 Nations

    Source:Klavans & Boyack, “US vulnerabilities in science and engineering,” 10th International Conference on Science and Technology Indicators, Vienna, Austria, Sept. 17-20, 2008


    Another view all strengths

    ANOTHER VIEW – ALL STRENGTHS

    Humanities Social Sciences CS / EE Math / Physics Chemistry Engineering Earth Biology BioTech Inf. Disease Medical Spec. Health Svc. Brain

    US strengths (transparent) are overlaid here on the strengths (dark) from another 40 nations. The areas of strength from 40 nations that are visible, and are not underneath US strengths represent areas in which the US is vulnerable in science and engineering.

    Source:Klavans & Boyack, “US vulnerabilities in science and engineering,” 10th International Conference on Science and Technology Indicators, Vienna, Austria, Sept. 17-20, 2008


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