18 June 2010

STL Section Conference Session

The Science and Technology Libraries Section is very pleased to present 5 papers at the upcoming conference.  All address our theme of " Measuring the Impact of Open Science: What counts, Who counts, and How to  Count?" The session is on the last of the conference - saving the best for the end!

The Electronic Library: Using Technology to Measure and Support Open Science
Sergey Parinov, :  Central Economic and Mathematics Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

Impact of Open Access on Stem Cell Research: An Author Co-Citation Analysis

Andreas Strotmann and Dangzhi Zhao, University of Alberta, Canada

Measuring the Visibility of the University’s Scientific Production Using GoogleScholar, “Publish or Perish” Software and Scientometrics
Angela Repanovici, Transilvania University, Romania

Download Data versus Traditional Impact Metrics: Measuring impact in a sample of biomedical doctoral dissertations
Urban Andersson, Jonas Gilbert and Karin Henning, Gothenburg University, Sweden

Measuring the Impact of the Hubble Space Telescope: Open data as catalyst for science
Jill Lagerstrom, Space Telescope Science Institute, USA

Science and Technology Libraries, Conferences, Sweden, Open access, metrics, impact, scholarly communication

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