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Join the SLA Maryland Chapter and its partners for this free workshop in
June!  Details below:

Publication Analysis Services in Libraries: What, Why, and How

A FREE Post SLA Conference Workshop



 

Where: Drexel University

When: Wednesday, June 15 from 8:30 am - 12:30 pm

Why: This workshop is a follow up learning experience that complements the
SLA Maryland Chapter's November 2015 program, Leveraging Data to Lead.
<http://maryland.sla.org/data.html>  

Instructors:  Ya-Ling Lu and Chris Belter, Informationists, National
Institutes of Health Library

Price: FREE! (limited seating, so be sure to sign up early!)

 

The need for publication analysis services is growing rapidly across a range
of academic, medical, and special libraries. Such services aim to provide
evidence-based applications to assist researchers in determining the nature
of their research influence, to support administrators in evaluating the
scientific research of laboratories and research groups, and to provide
insight into the structure and evolution of scientific research. 

This workshop will provide intellectual discussions and hands-on practice
related to publication analysis focusing on three subtopics: 

*        Overview: What is publication analysis? 

*        Benchmarking individuals and research groups: Citation impact
metrics

*        Analyzing and visualizing collaboration and topic networks.

The instructors will encourage discussion among attendees and lead them
through a range of exercises to build their knowledge and skills in this
area of study. 

Attendees will use the Web of Science, Science of Science
<https://sci2.cns.iu.edu/user/index.php>  (Sci2) (), and Gephi
<https://gephi.org/>  tools during this workshop.

Limited Seating, so please  <https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/7VCLPJ6>
REGISTER TODAY!: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/7VCLPJ6

 

Questions?  Contact Christopher Belter at [log in to unmask]
<mailto:[log in to unmask]> 

 

Sponsored by: SLA Maryland Chapter, SLA Philadelphia Chapter, SLA Data
Caucus <http://data.sla.org/> , Drexel University College of Computing and
Informatics <http://drexel.edu/cci/> , and National Institutes of Health
<http://nihlibrary.nih.gov/Pages/default.aspx> 

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