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Scholarly Communication: H-Index, Citing, Ranking
This guide defines Scholarly Communication, and its role in raising visibility of Researcher output and web presence. Scholarly Communication is defined as "the system through which research and other scholarly writings are created, evaluated for quality,
From Scopus' Research Trends:There are two broad approaches to assess research performance: peer review and the numerous indices based on bibliometric data and analysis. But do they both provide comparable results, and how should they be used? We ask Lutz Bornmann and Hans-Dieter Daniel how the h-index performs against peer review.
From Scopus' Research Trends: Science today is separated into many areas that relate to each other in different ways. But are there any areas of research that cross the boundaries of science? Which are the most interdisciplinary areas of research?
From Scopus' Research Trends: In February 2009, the third International Symposium on University Rankings was held in Leiden, the Netherlands. University rankings were discussed from several perspectives: from the position of the researcher or organization developing the rankings to that of the university dean or provost using the rankings to improve their university’s position.