The debate on uses and consequences of STI indicators . OST Workshop 12 May 2014, Paris. Paul Wouters, Sarah de Rijcke and Ludo Waltman, Centre for Science and Technology Studies (CWTS). Debate so far.
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OST Workshop 12 May 2014, Paris
Paul Wouters, Sarah de Rijcke and Ludo Waltman, Centre for Science and Technology Studies (CWTS)
“The variety of available bibliographic databases and the tempestuous development of both hardware and software have essentially contributed to the great rise of bibliometric research in the 80-s. In the last decade an increasing number of bibliometric studies was concerned with the evaluation of scientific research at the macro- and meso-level. Different database versions and a variety of applied methods and techniques have resulted sometimes in considerable deviations between the values of science indicators produced by different institutes”
Glänzel (1996): THE NEED FOR STANDARDS IN BIBLIOMETRIC RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY, Scientometrics, 35 (2), p. 167.
Citation analysis has fourmainapplications:
Career NarrativeLinks expertise, output, and influence together in an evidence-based argument; included content is negotiated with evaluator and tailored to the particular evaluation
Influence- on science
- on society
- on economy
- on teaching
- public media
- web/social media
- data sets
- grant proposals
- knowledge transfer
Tatum & Wouters | 14 November 2013
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