Outputs from Bibliometrics in Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences conference

Here are the links to presentations given at the recent #AHSSmetrics conference at the University of Westminster, 24 March 2017. Many thanks to all the presenters, and to the participants, for a stimulating day. For those who missed the event, Karen Rowlett has helpfully created a Storify of the tweets at https://storify.com/karenanya/bibliometrics-for-the-arts-and-humanities.

10.00 Welcome – Martin Doherty – Head of Department, Dept of History, Sociology & Criminology, University of Westminster

10.10 Opening Panel: How appropriate is bibliometrics for Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences?( Chaired by Katie Evans, University of Bath) – Peter Darroch (Plum Analytics), Professor Jane Winters (School of Advanced Study and Senate House Library), Stephen Grace (London South Bank University)

10.40 Citation metrics across disciplines – Google Scholar, Scopus and the Web of Science: A cross-disciplinary comparison – Anne-Wil Harzing (University of Middlesex)

11.20 Tea & Coffee

11.50 Impacts of reputation metrics and contemporary art practices – Emily Rosamond (Arts University of Bournemouth)

12.20 Bibliometrics as a research tool: The international rise of Jurgen Habermas – Christian Morgner (University of Leicester) NB presentation in person only

1.00 Lunch (Kindly sponsored by Plum Analytics)

1.45 Workshop: Practice with PoP: How to use Publish or Perish effectively? (laptop with PoP software installed needed) – Anne-Wil Harzing

2.45 A funder’s perspective: bibliometrics and the arts and humanities – Sumi David (AHRC)

3.15 Bibliometric Competencies – Sabrina Petersohn (University of Wuppertal)

3.45 Tea & Coffee

4.00 Lightning talks:

4.30 Round Up by Stephanie Meece (University of the Arts London)

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