Deadline for submission: 23rd July 2023 [anywhere on Earth time]
Acceptance decision: 8th August 2023
Please submit your abstract as a PDF to the submission system: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=metsti2023
Last updated: 10th July 2023
METSTI 2023: Workshop on Informetric, Scientometric and Scientific and Technical Information Research
Workshop sponsored by ASIS&T SIG/MET and SIG STI
ASIS&T 2023 Annual Meeting
Friday, October 27, 2023, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (BST)
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
The ASIS&T Special Interest Group for Metrics (SIG/MET) and the ASIS&T Special Interest Group for Scientific and Technical Information (SIG STI) invite contributions to the METSTI 2023: Workshop on Informetric, Scientometric and Scientific and Technical Information Research, which will be held prior to the 86th ASIS&T Annual Meeting.
Research in the field of science of science is extensive, covering several areas and topics, and thus, it is not only relevant for a specific research domain but rather concerns the research of a variety of researchers, the work of practitioners with various foci and further stakeholders within the science system; with the measurement of information production and use and the analysis of scientific and technical information being two major scopes of them.
We propose a full-day joint workshop, providing a platform for research presentations and discussions related to these topics by students, early-career and established researchers, information professionals, and librarians. Especially, consistent with the theme of ASIS&T Annual Meeting 2023, this joint workshop aims to strengthen the alignment between information research, practices and policies.
Extended abstracts describing empirical or theoretical work related but not limited to the following areas will be invited:
- Bibliometric-enhanced information retrieval
- Diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) in science of science
- Informetrics, bibliometrics, scientometrics or social media metrics (altmetrics)
- New indicators, methods and tools
- Open access and open science
- Patent analysis
- Research evaluation and research integrity
- Scholarly or science communication
- Science and technology policies
- Team science
- Scientific and technical information
The following types of submissions will be accepted:
- Research presentations for completed or in-progress research,
- posters* for work in early stages,
- tutorials for practical information on a tool or method,
- panels for discussions on a specific topic.
* Please note: As we were informed the worksop room will not have the possibility to host printed posters, the poster session will be not based on physical posters. Depending on the submission, we intend to have a short poster talk. Nevertheless, authors can consider creating a virtual poster as addition to their short talk.
Research presentations are planned for 10-15 minutes, with additional time for the discussion rounds, panels and tutorials are planned for a 30 minutes slot including the discussion round.
Length and format for each contribution:
- Two-page extended abstracts where references do not include length.
- References are made in APA style (7th edition).
- Submissions are formatted according to the AM23 Template.
- Except for panels, please do not include any author names or any evidence of your identity in the file you upload.
- Please, indicate in your submission if you participate in the student paper contest by inserting “student submission” in the keywords. Students are defined as undergraduate, graduate, or PhD students. At least one author of the submission has to be a student to be eligible.
Please submit your abstract as a PDF to the submission system: The link is coming soon.
Submissions will be peer-reviewed by two independent reviewers based on their technical soundness and their relevance for the metrics and STI community. Each submission will receive a brief review feedback in narrative form.
The abstracts of accepted papers and posters, as well as the presentation material, will be deposited on Zenodo to enhance visibility and retrievability of presented research. If you have any publishing concerns, please let us know. Please include in your submission and presentation material only material that you own the rights to or have permission to use.
A student paper contest and a best paper contest (excluding student papers and posters) will be part of the workshop to recognize the excellence of the students’ and researchers’ work. More information is coming soon.
- Deadline for submission: 10th July 2023 [anywhere on earth time]
- Acceptance decision: 1st August 2023
- Workshop during the 86th Annual Meeting of ASIS&T: 27th October 2023 (9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., BST)
The registration includes the workshop, lunch, and two coffee breaks.
Workshop rates will increase by $25 each after 11 August and again after 14 October. The first 15 Student/Non-Member Student registrations will receive a discount of -$130. Therefore, please use the code MET2023ST when you register.
|Early Workshop rates||$190||$240||$240||$300|
|Discount for the first 15 Students/Non-Member Students||$60,00||–||$110,00||–|
Registration via: https://www.asist.org/am23/23registration/
- Dorsch, Isabelle, ZBW – Leibniz Information Centre for Economics, Germany (email@example.com)
- Liu, Meijun, Fudan University, China (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Li, Kai, University of Tennessee Knoxville, USA (email@example.com)
- Zhang, Chenwei, University of Hong Kong, China (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Chen, Pei-Ying, Indiana University Bloomington, USA (email@example.com)
- Bu, Yi, Peking University, China (firstname.lastname@example.org)