Outputs: Responsible Bibliometrics in Practice Event

Here are the links to presentations given at the recent #respbib18 conference at Altmetric, 30 January 2018. Many thanks to all the presenters, and to the participants, for a stimulating day.

9:00-9:45            Registration and refreshments

9:45-9:55            Welcome: Josh Clark, Altmetric

9:55-10:00          Introduction from the LIS-bibliometrics Committee: Elizabeth Gadd, Chair and Research Policy Manager at Loughborough University

10:00-10:30         Responsible metrics: how can altmetrics play their part? Euan Adie, Founder, Altmetric 

10:30-11:00         Snowball metrics in practice: a case study from the Russell Group   Jenni Stergiou, Head of Performance, Governance & Operations, Research and Innovation Service, University of Leeds

11:00-12:00         Responsible Metrics Forum: what will it do and what will it mean for practitioners? Professor David Price, UCL Vice-Provost (Research), former Chair of the Forum for Responsible Metrics, and Chair of REF Panel B

12:00-13:00         Networking lunch

13:00-13:45         Implementing responsible metrics: the practitioners’ view

Building blocks of responsible metrics at the Liverpool John Moores University. Katherine Stephan, Research Support Librarian

Responsible metrics as part of a Publication Framework: the experience at the University of Nottingham. Katie Fraser, Senior Research Librarian

Responsible metrics – easier said than done? Implementing Loughborough University’s responsible metrics policy. Elizabeth Gadd, Research Policy Manager

13:45-14:30         Birds of a feather group discussions

14:30-15:00         Feedback from discussion

15:00-15:20         Refreshments

15:20-16:20         Lightning talks

Using the Bibliometric Competencies to assess existing knowledge and create a training programmeKaren Rowlett, University of Reading Library

How responsible are rankings?Alicia Gómez-Sánchez, University of Hertfordshire

Responsible metrics need transparent dataRachael Lammey, Crossref

Leiden Manifesto as a Consumer Label? Marianne Gauffriau, Heidi Holst Madsen and Lorna Wildgaard, University of Copenhagen

16:20-16:30         Questions and summing up: Katie Evans, Research Analytics Librarian, University of Bath

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.

respbib storify

 


 

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