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Scholarly Communication @ Rhodes
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Bibliometrics for discipline and university This link opens in a new window
In this short video, Professor Ray O'Neill, Vice President for Research, National University of Ireland Maynooth talks about the value and use of bibliometrics for research assessment at disciplinary and institutional level.
Bibliometrics for the Individual This link opens in a new window
In this short video, Professor Dermot Diamond, Principal Investigator, National Centre for Sensor Research, Dublin City University, talks about the value and use of bibliometrics in the context of evaluating an individual's research impact
Limitations of bibliometrics 1 UCD This link opens in a new window
In this short video, Prof John Walsh from the School of Geological Sciences at University College Dublin discusses some the limitations that they have encountered in using Bibliometrics in their field: trying to compare metric scores across disciplines; publications not well covered in the data sources; the problems for young researchers; and the need to try several tools which makes the task significant.
The MyRI Project has produced a set of materials to support bibliometrics training, including measuring your research impact