Course summary: Statistics for Responsible Bibliometrics

On 26th March 2018, the Lis-Bibliometrics Forum launched a practical course: Statistics for Responsible Metrics aimed to offer a bespoke training that focused exclusively on statistics for bibliometrics. In this post, Dr Abigail McBirnie gives a summary of what happened on the day.  If the growth of the Lis-Bibliometrics forum is anything to go by, …

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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 …

Responsible metrics: where it’s at?

Lizzie Gadd reflects on two recent responsible metrics events: Lis-Bibliometrics’ “Responsible Bibliometrics in Practice” and the HEFCE/UUK’s “Turning the Tide: Changing the Culture of Responsible Metrics” both held within ten days of each other in London. Responsible metrics events are like buses it would seem.  Nothing for nine months, and then three within the space …

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 …