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  • DEMONSTRATING VALUE THROUGH CITATION ANALYSIS JESSICA HERNANDEZ
  • OVERVIEW
    • A tool for evaluating productivity and the quality and research activities at the individual or institutional level.
  • CITATION ANALYSIS CAN MEASURE:
      • Research output
      • Knowledge transfer
      • Clinical implementation
      • Community benefit
      • Policy enactment
  • EXAMPLES Department of Defense Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) Gorgas Memorial Library, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research U.S. Naval Research Library (NRL) National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) National Institutes of Health Library (NIHL)
    • Citation analysis captures the impact of research endeavors and expenditures.
    BOTTOM LINE
  • CITATION ANALYSIS TOOLS
    • Standalone enterprise-wide tools vs. research analytic features through large Library-provided citation indexes
    • Free OSEL Solution: Web of Science
  • WEB OF SCIENCE & RESEARCHERID
    • Web of Science offers a free ResearcherID database to track:
            • Publications
            • Productivity
            • Research analytics
    • Individual IDs created and managed by a proxy administrator
  • (CONTINUED)
    • ID searchable within Web of Science; each identifier is unique
    • Can be used to generate reports on an ongoing basis at the individual, lab, division, or office level
  • ADDITIONAL FEATURES
    • Visibility and Recognition
            • Personal profile
            • Collaboration networks
            • C.V. upload
            • Badge to display on a website that links directly to publications list
    • Personal Organization
            • Saved searches, EndNoteWeb, e-alerts, and current awareness
  • RESEARCHERID TOUR- HOMEPAGE
  • PERSONAL PROFILE
  • CITATION METRICS
  • CITATION METRICS INCLUDE:
          • Total articles in publications list
          • Sum of the times cited
          • Average citations per article
          • H-index
          • Citations through time
          • Comparison to ARL average distribution
  • RESEARCHER ID COLLABORATION & CITING ARTICLES NETWORKS- CO-AUTHORS
  • RESEARCHER ID COLLABORATION & CITING ARTICLES NETWORKS- INSTITUTIONS
  • RESEARCHER ID COLLABORATION & CITING ARTICLES NETWORKS- MAP
  • NEXT STEPS
    • Short-term: Pilot with DSFM
            • Sample reports
            • End-user feedback
            • Internal training
    • Long-term: Potential integration into OSEL Publications Database and websites