Anne-Wil Harzing is Professor in International Management at the University of Melbourne, Australia.
In addition to her substantive research areas, Anne-Wil also has a keen interest in issues relating to journal quality and research performance metrics. In this context she is the editor of the Journal Quality List, the provider of Publish or Perish, a software program that retrieves and analyses academic citations, and the author of “The Publish or Perish Book: Your guide to effective and responsible citation analysis”.
From publication to impact: Using Google Scholar and Publish or Perish to measure research impact
Date: Wednesday 29 May 2013, 3pm
This presentation will show how online access of the academic literature through Google Scholar can be used to develop sophisticated metrics of academic research impact. We review various measures of research impact, but focus mainly on citation analysis. First, we will discuss why every academic should be interested in citation analysis. Subsequently, we review why it is important to complement the traditional subscription-based source of citation data – Thomson ISI’s Web of Science or Scopus – with Google Scholar. In the second part of the presentation, we will cover the use Google Scholar as a source for citation analysis in some detail. It will show how to track your own citations, which citation metrics to use and how to present your case. This part of the presentation will involve a demonstration of the use of the software program “Publish or Perish”.
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NetworkEd: Technology in Education is a seminar series organised by LSE's Learning Technology & Innovation team (LTI). The series invites speakers from education, computing and related fields to discuss how technology is shaping the world of education. Technological developments, particularly the internet, have led to changes in the way institutions can deliver teaching,but are also impacting on students' skills and and their expectations of higher education. The seminar series will also be live streamed to enable an audience from around the world to listen and participate online.
The recording of this event is below.
Watch earlier seminars:
Seminar 1: Dr Jane Secker & Dr Emma Coonan
"Supporting undergraduate students of the future: developing a new curriculum for information literacy"
Seminar 2: Prof John Naughton
Seminar 3: Prof Martin Weller
Seminar 4: David White
Seminar 5: Patrick Dunleavy
"The Republic of Blogs - a new phase in the development, democratisation, critique and application of knowledge"
Seminar 6: Diana Laurillard
"Teaching as a design science: developing reliable knowledge of learning technology"
Seminar 7: Carl Miller
Seminar 8: Cathie Jackson, Janet Finlay & Joe Nicholls
Seminar 9: Ellen Helsper
Seminar 10: Lindsay Jordan