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Presentation delivered by Wouter Gerritsma during Open Access Week @ AIMS 2012

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    Value-added services for the Wageningen Institutional Repository (WaY) Value-added services for the Wageningen Institutional Repository (WaY) Presentation Transcript

    • Value-added services for the WageningenInstitutional Repository (WaY)Wouter Gerritsma, WageningenUR Library
    • Outline Our systems, metis and Wageningen Yield Value added services ● Bibliomtrics ● Tenure track Why in the library OA @ Wageningen UR
    • Metis, a current research informationsystem - CRIS Data entry system for the repository
    • Metis, a current research informationsystem - CRIS Data entry system for the repository Data entry by office managers at science groups
    • Metis, a current research informationsystem - CRIS Data entry system for the repository Data entry by office managers at science groups Validation of records by library staff ● Uploading of the full text to the e-depot ● Maintenance of journal lists (peer reviewed or not) ● Maintenance of book publishers list
    • Metis, a current research informationsystem - CRIS Data entry system for the repository Data entry by office managers at science groups Validation of records by library staff ● Uploading of the full text to the e-depot ● Maintenance of journal lists (peer reviewed or not) ● Maintenance of book publishers list Compulsory data entry ● Peer reviews, evaluations and bonuses on the basis of information available in metis
    • Wageningen Yield Comprehensive bibliography of all WageningenUR output ● Since 1976 for university ● Since 1996 for the research institutes
    • Wageningen Yield Comprehensive bibliography of all WageningenUR output ● Since 1976 for university ● Since 1996 for the research institutes Contains 190,000 metadata records
    • Wageningen Yield Comprehensive bibliography of all WageningenUR output ● Since 1976 for university ● Since 1996 for the research institutes Contains 190,000 metadata records Includes 40,000 Open Access full text items
    • Wageningen Yield Comprehensive bibliography of all WageningenUR output ● Since 1976 for university ● Since 1996 for the research institutes Contains 190,000 metadata records Includes 40,000 Open Access full text items Since 2003 fed by metis, currently some 100,000 records
    • Wageningen Yield Comprehensive bibliography of all WageningenUR output ● Since 1976 for university ● Since 1996 for the research institutes Contains 190,000 metadata records Includes 40,000 Open Access full text items Since 2003 fed by metis, currently some 100,000 records Overnight WaY is synchronised with updates from metis
    • Wageningen Yield Comprehensive bibliography of all WageningenUR output ● Since 1976 for university ● Since 1996 for the research institutes Contains 190,000 metadata records Includes 40,000 Open Access full text items Since 2003 fed by metis, currently some 100,000 records Each night WaY is synchronised with updates from metis By far the largest OA repository in the Netherlands
    • Value added services Bibliometric reports for any unit of Wageningen UR at any moments available Since 2010 used for tenure track reports with respect to publication credits
    • Evaluation cycle at universities Supervised by VSNU/QANU ● 6 year cycle for external peer reviews ● After 3 years midterm review ● Unit of analysis (in Wageningen): Graduate schools Citation analyses are not stipulated in the current Standard Evaluation Protocol. They have become mandatory at Wageningen UR, also at the social sciences department and the research institutes
    • Advanced bibliometric analyses Citation data is downloaded from Web of Science
    • Advanced bibliometric analyses Citation data is downloaded from Web of Science Comparisons of citations with baseline data from the Essential Science Indicators are made
    • Advanced bibliometric analyses Citation data is downloaded from Web of Science Comparisons of citations with baseline data from the Essential Science Indicators are made Relative impact, percentage top10% most cited papers (%T10%) and percentage top1% most cited papers (%T1%) are calculated.
    • Coupling with WoS and ESI WoS identifiers (UT) are obtained with an API
    • Coupling with WoS and ESI WoS identifiers (UT) are obtained with an API With the UT, citations per article can be retrieved from WoS
    • Coupling with WoS and ESI WoS identifiers (UT) are obtained with an API With the UT, citations per article can be retrieved from WoS From the Essential Science Indicators (ESI) ● Average citation rates ● Percentiles (Top 10% en Top1%)
    • Why do we need baselines? Scientist Z. Math has a publication from 2001 with 17 citations Scientist M. Biology has a publication from 2007 with 32 citations
    • Baselines for Mathematics
    • Baselines for Mathematics
    • Baselines for Molecular Biology
    • Baselines for Molecular Biology
    • For a single publication Zee, F.P.v.d., G. Lettinga & J.A. Field (2001) Azo dye decolourisation by anaerobic granular sludge. Chemosphere 44:1169-1176. ● Citations from Web of Science: 94
    • For a single publication Zee, F.P.v.d., G. Lettinga & J.A. Field (2001) Azo dye decolourisation by anaerobic granular sludge. Chemosphere 44:1169-1176. ● Citations from Web of Science: 94 Journal: Chemosphere
    • For a single publication Zee, F.P.v.d., G. Lettinga & J.A. Field (2001) Azo dye decolourisation by anaerobic granular sludge. Chemosphere 44:1169-1176. ● Citations from Web of Science: 94 Journal: Chemosphere Categorised by ESI in Environment/Ecology
    • For a single publication Zee, F.P.v.d., G. Lettinga & J.A. Field (2001) Azo dye decolourisation by anaerobic granular sludge. Chemosphere 44:1169-1176. ● Citations from Web of Science: 94 Journal: Chemosphere Categorised by ESI in Environment/Ecology Baseline data for Environment/Ecology. ● Article from 2001 in Environment/ecology: ● On average: 19.36 citations; ● Top 10%: 44 citations; Top1%: 141 citations
    • For a single publication Zee, F.P.v.d., G. Lettinga & J.A. Field (2001) Azo dye decolourisation by anaerobic granular sludge. Chemosphere 44:1169-1176. ● Citations from Web of Science: 94 Journal: Chemosphere Categorised by ESI in Environment/Ecology Baseline data for Environment/Ecology. ● Article from 2001 in Environment/ecology: ● On average: 19.36 citations; ● Top 10%: 44 citations; Top1%: 141 citations Relative Impact: 94 / 19.36 = 4.9
    • Advanced bibliometric indicators Follow Moed (1995) as closely as possible; but..... Moed, H.F., R.E. de Bruin & T.N. van leeuwen (1995). New bibliometric tools for the assessment of national research performance: Database description, overview of indicators and first applications. Scientometrics, 33(3): 381-422. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/BF02017338
    • Advanced bibliometric indicators Follow Moed (1995) as closely as possible; but..... Web of Science is used for citation data ● We can’t make corrections for self citations Moed, H.F., R.E. de Bruin & T.N. van leeuwen (1995). New bibliometric tools for the assessment of national research performance: Database description, overview of indicators and first applications. Scientometrics, 33(3): 381-422. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/BF02017338
    • Advanced bibliometric indicators Follow Moed (1995) as closely as possible; but..... Web of Science is used for citation data ● We can’t make corrections for self citations Essential Science Indicators for baseline data (World average, Top 10% and Top 1%) ● Limited number of research fields (22) Moed, H.F., R.E. de Bruin & T.N. van leeuwen (1995). New bibliometric tools for the assessment of national research performance: Database description, overview of indicators and first applications. Scientometrics, 33(3): 381-422. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/BF02017338
    • Advanced bibliometric indicators Follow Moed (1995) as closely as possible; but..... Web of Science is used for citation data ● We can’t make corrections for self citations Essential Science Indicators for baseline data (World average, Top 10% and Top 1%) ● Limited number of research fields (22) We can determine the representativeness of the citation analysis! Moed, H.F., R.E. de Bruin & T.N. van leeuwen (1995). New bibliometric tools for the assessment of national research performance: Database description, overview of indicators and first applications. Scientometrics, 33(3): 381-422. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/BF02017338
    • Representativeness SEP Table "Plant Production Systems" 2005- 20101. Academic publications a. Refereed articles 324 b. Non-refereed articles 7 c. Books 1 d.1. Refereed book chapters 36 d.2. Non-refereed book chapters 13 e. PhD Theses 45 f. Conference papers 137 Total publications 563
    • Representativeness SEP Table "Plant Production Systems" 2005- 2010 WoS Repr1. Academic publications a. Refereed articles 324 288 89% b. Non-refereed articles 7 c. Books 1 d.1. Refereed book chapters 36 d.2. Non-refereed book chapters 13 e. PhD Theses 45 f. Conference papers 137 Total publications 563
    • Slice and dice any way you wish
    • The citation reports are created for any setof publications
    • The citation reports are created for any setof publications
    • Accountability is of utmost importance!
    • Publication credits for Tenure track
    • Why in the library? Library is the functional manager of Metis / WaY because of wide experience with bibliographic metadata
    • Why in the library? Library is the functional manager of Metis / WaY because of wide experience with bibliographic metadata Library manages contracts with publisher(s) of external databases that are being used
    • Why in the library? Library is the functional manager of Metis / WaY because of wide experience with bibliographic metadata Library manages contracts with publisher(s) of external databases that are being used Library has experience in developing and maintaining large databases
    • Why in the library? Library is the functional manager of Metis / WaY because of wide experience with bibliographic metadata Library manages contracts with publisher(s) of external databases that are being used Library has experience in developing and maintaining large databases Library has ample experience in searching complicated databases such as Web of Science
    • Advantage of using Metis / WaY Improvements in publication lists, etc. recorded
    • Advantage of using Metis / WaY Improvements in publication lists, etc. recorded Knowledge of, and experience with bibliometric analyses is better institutionalized
    • Advantage of using Metis / WaY Improvements in publication lists, etc. recorded Knowledge of, and experience with bibliometric analyses is better institutionalized Clarity / transparency for researchers
    • Advantage of using Metis / WaY Improvements in publication lists, etc. recorded Knowledge of, and experience with bibliometric analyses is better institutionalized Clarity / transparency for researchers Analysis of a single unit within the institute offers advantages for the organization as a whole
    • Advantage of using Metis / WaY Improvements in publication lists, etc. recorded Knowledge of, and experience with bibliometric analyses is better institutionalized Clarity / transparency for researchers Analysis of a single unit within the institute offers advantages for the organization as a whole More visibility through Open Access management
    • Advantage of using Metis / WaY Improvements in publication lists, etc. recorded Knowledge of, and experience with bibliometric analyses is better institutionalized Clarity / transparency for researchers Analysis of a single unit within the institute offers advantages for the organization as a whole More visibility through Open Access management Better understanding of our own researchers ● We know where they publish ● We know what they cite ● We know something about their impact
    • Open Access @Dutch universties
    • Open Access @ Dutch universities
    • Current additional growth throughdigitisation of heritage material PY 2007-2012 PY 2006-2011 Pre 2007 Pre 2006 Dec 2011 Oct 2012
    • Publication behaviour
    • Lessons learned Start small, gain experience
    • Lessons learned Start small, gain experience Show you can pull it off
    • Lessons learned Start small, gain experience Show you can pull it off Be transparent
    • Lessons learned Start small, gain experience Show you can pull it off Be transparent How much is your university spending on bibliometrics?
    • Lessons learned Start small, gain experience Show you can pull it off Be transparent How much is your university spending on bibliometrics? Invest those resources in your own systems
    • Thank you!http://tinyurl.com/7r67fmmOn the Web:@wowterwowter.netwww.slideshare.net/wowter