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Metrics 2022: Workshop on Informetric and Scientometric Research (SIG/MET) Program

By SIGMET Webmaster | September 28, 2022

Saturday, October 8, 2022

Schedule Session Presenter(s) Author(s) Title
8:00-8:10 Opening
8:10-9:00 Invited Talk Seokkyun Joshua Woo Seokkyun Joshua Woo Understanding scientific work through “failures” in production, consumption, and careers in science
9:00-9:15 Break
9:15-10:30 RP1 Hongxu Liu Hongxu Liu, Guangyuan Hu and Yin Li Do self-archiving platforms enhance research impact? Evidence from bioRxiv
Carey Ming-Li Chen Carey Ming-Li Chen How Open Access policy influences the uptake of publishing the perspective on international collaboration
Poppy Riddle Poppy Riddle, Marc-André Simard, Pallavi Gone, Vinson Li and Philippe Mongeon The use of institutional repositories for green Open Access in Canadian universities
10:30-10:45 Break
10:45-12:00 RP2 Geoff Krause Geoff Krause, Timothy D. Bowman, Domenic Rosati, Philippe Mongeon and Michael Smit Who re-uses data? A bibliometric analysis of data citations and the relationship between authors and data creators
Tianji Jiang Tianji Jiang, Chenyue Jiao How data publishing work is credited in group research?
Sarah Bratt Sarah Bratt, Jian Qin, Jeff Hemsley and Alexander Smith Novel indicators of scientific knowledge diffusion: The case of GenBank dataset collaborations

Sunday, October 9, 2022

Schedule Session Presenter(s) Author(s) Title
8:00-9:15 RP3 Takahiro Miura Takahiro Miura, Kimitaka Asatani and Ichiro Sakata Temporal dynamics of research field integration on slow-cited papers and the awakeners
Jacqueline Sachse Jacqueline Sachse and Max Leckert Quality, impact, productivity: Researchers’ conceptions of bibliometric indicators and altmetrics
Madelaine Hare Madelaine Hare and Philippe Mongeon The impact of mentorship on the research performance of LIS PhDs
9:15-9:30 Break
9:30-10:20 RP4 Kai Li Kai Li, Jiajing Chen and Chaoqun Ni Gender disparities in the research enterprise of China: A preliminary results
Diego Kozlowski Diego Kozlowski, Vincent Lariviére, Cassidy R. Sugimoto and Thema Monroe White Race and gender homophily in collaborations and citations
10:20-10:50 Poster Kristin Yeager Kristin Yeager and Yin Zhang An exploratory study of extensive and intensive influence of Twitter users
Philippe Mongeon Domenic Rosati and Philippe Mongeon The impact of in-text citations on journal rankings
10:50-11:00 Break
11:00-11:25 Tutorial Philippe Mongeon Philippe Mongeon, Timothy Bowman and Rodrigo Costas Creating an open dataset of scholars on Twitter: A tutorial
11:25-11:50 Gold Sponsor Kristry James Kristry James ICSR Lab and the Peer Review Workbench
11:50-12:00 Awards & Closing

Presentation In-absentia

Domenic Rosati and Brian Simboli. Discovering substantive disagreement with review articles?

Additional Information

  • All time in Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) / UTC-4
  • Each presenter will have 25 minutes in total (presentation + QA)

Gold Sponsor

International Center for the Study of Research | Elsevier