Bibliometry


Teaching Staff: Poulos Marios, Tzanavaris Spyros
Course Code: BIB424
Field: Library Science
Course Category: Specific Background
Course Type: Compulsory
Course Level: Undergraduate
Course Language: Greek
Delivery method: Face to face
Semester: 5th΄
ECTS: 5
Total Hours: 3
E Class Page: https://opencourses.ionio.gr/modules/auth/opencourses.php?fc=26
Short Description:

The basic concepts of the theoretical techniques, research tools, historical developments, data sources, as well as the contemporary extensions of the information science subfield, which deals with the quantitative analysis of scientific and technological literature.

Laboratory: Design of bibliometric analysis

Objectives - Learning Outcomes:

The objectives of the course are: Knowledge and understanding of Bibliometrics Laws. The use and content of Bibliometric analysis. The identification and calculation of the bibliometric indexes. Developing skills related to the use of web-based bibliometrics. Knowledge and understanding of web analytics models.

With the successful completion of the course, the student will be able to know: what is bibliometry, what is the bibliometric analysis, how do we conduct a bibliometric analysis, what exactly is important, what its contribution and what the evolution of Bibliometry

Syllabus:

Week #1: Introduction to Bibliometry. Brief presentation of the modules and the structure of the course

Week #2: Bibliometric Laws

Week #3: The content of  Bibliometrics

Week #4: Bibliography - Bibliographic references

Week #5: Citation and measurement tools

Week #6: Citation and measurement tools

Week #7: Bibliometric Analysis (Citation Analysis, Citation and Word Pairs Analysis, Content Analysis).

Week #8: Identification and calculation of indicators.

Week #9: Citation Analysis

Week #10: Bibliometric Maps

Week #11: Altmetrics

Week #12: Models of bibliometric analysis

Week #13: Web applications of the bibliometrics

Laboratory: How to find and retrieve citations. citations and measurement tools. Practical Guide to the Construction and Use of Bibliometric Indicators and Laws. Examples of use of a combination of periodical influence indicators. Bibliometric methods on the web

Suggested Bibliography:
  • “Bibliometrics” Sozon Papavlasopoulos Greek Academic Electronic Texts and Instruments Kalyppos 2015 ISBN: 978-960-603-202-8
  • “Social network analysis methods and applications” Stanley Wasserman Cambridge University press 1994
Teaching Methods:

Use of ICT in teaching and in laboratory education

New Technologies:

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Evaluation Methods:

Student Assessment Methods:

  • Written Examination with Short Response Questions (Formative, Concluding)
  • Written Examination with Extended Response Questions (Formative, Concluding)
  • Written Problem Solving (Formative, Concluding)

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