IMPACT FACTOR     VS OPEN ACCESS   Дебата за Импакт Фактор  Филозофски факултет - УКИМ                               25.06...
THOMSON REUTERS   Operates in 93 countries   Quoted on the stock ex-change in NewYork, Toronto, London    on the Nasdaq...
IMPACT FACTOR     Introduced in 1960’s by Eugene Garfield:                        ISI              citations              ...
IMPACT FACTORJournal X IF 2010= All citations from TR indexed journals in 2010 to papers in journal X     Number of citabl...
IMPACT FACTOR
“IMPACT” FACTOR  The weakening relationship between the Impact Factor & papers’ citations in the digital age  George A. Lo...
“IMPACT” FACTOR The weakening relationship between the Impact Factor & papers’ citations in the digital age George A. Loza...
“IMPACT” FACTOR  The weakening relationship between the Impact Factor & papers’ citations in the digital age  George A. Lo...
“IMPACT” FACTOR  The weakening relationship between the Impact Factor & papers’ citations in the digital age  George A. Lo...
“IMPACT” FACTOR  The weakening relationship between the Impact Factor & papers’ citations in the digital age  George A. Lo...
“IMPACT” FACTOR“…given that researchers can be evaluated using  a variety of other criteria and bibliometric  indicators (...
IMPACT FACTOR Not a meaningful measure of scientific  importance of papers, researcher and articles Can be negotiated wi...
IMPACT FACTOR
THE COST OF KNOWLEDGE      Elsevier + Springer-Kluwer + Wiley-Blackwell=              42% of all published articles*
WHO PROFITS FROM KNOWLEDGE?                  #Evilseer                  Reed Elsevier                  supports           ...
HTTP://THECOSTOFKNOWLEDGE.COM/http://www.slideshare.net/brembs/whats-wrong-with-scholarly-publishing-today-ii
OPEN ACCESS   By open access to this literature, we mean its free availability on the public    internet, permitting any ...
OPEN ACCESS1. OA journals ("gold OA")Directory of Open Access JournalsPublic Library of Science (PLoS)BioMed CentralGuides...
OPEN ACCESS   Open Access policiesHarvardMIT   Open Access AdvocacyScholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition...
VISUALIZING THE OPEN ACCESS FIELD• What are the prominent articles in the open access  field?• Which authors are major kno...
VISUALIZING THE OPEN ACCESS FIELD Web of Science (WoS) database search for the  term “open access” that appeared in the  ...
VISUALIZING THE OPEN ACCESS FIELD     Mapping the Intellectual Structure of the Open Access Field                    Throu...
VISUALIZING THE OPEN ACCESS FIELD          Mapping the Intellectual Structure of the Open Access Field                    ...
VISUALIZING THE OPEN ACCESS FIELD         Mapping the Intellectual Structure of the Open Access Field                     ...
VISUALIZING THE OPEN ACCESS FIELD• Prominent articles in the open access field?Steven Lawrence (“Free online availability ...
OPEN ACCESS OPEN ACCESS TO THE                      SCIENTIFIC JOURNAL LITERATUREBjo ¨ rk B-C, Welling P, Laakso M, Majlen...
THE OPEN ACCESS CITATION ADVANTAGE   The Open Access citation advantage - Studies    and results to date, Alma Swan (2010)
THE OPEN ACCESS CITATION ADVANTAGE        The Open Access citation advantage - Studies and        results to date, Alma Sw...
IMPACT FACTOR VS OPEN ACCESSThe Open Access citation advantage -Studies and results to date, Alma Swan(2010)
IMPACT FACTOR VS OPEN ACCESSThe Open Access citationadvantage - Studies and results todate, Alma Swan (2010)
IMPACT FACTOR VS OPEN ACCESSThe Open Access citationadvantage - Studies and results todate, Alma Swan (2010)
IMPACT FACTOR VS OPEN ACCESSThe Open Access citation advantage - Studies and results todate, Alma Swan (2010)
IMPACT FACTOR IN HIGHER EDUCATION INREPUBLIC OF MACEDONIAЗАКОН ЗА ВИСОКОТО ОБРАЗОВАНИЕ„Службен весник на РМ“ бр. 35 од 14....
IMPACT FACTOR IN HIGHER EDUCATION INREPUBLIC OF MACEDONIAЗАКОН ЗА ВИСОКОТО ОБРАЗОВАНИЕ„Службен весник на РМ“ бр. 35 од 14....
IMPACT FACTOR IN HIGHER EDUCATION INREPUBLIC OF MACEDONIAЗАКОН ЗА НАУЧНО-ИСТРАЖУВАЧКАТА ДЕЈНОСТ„Службен весник на РМ“ бр. ...
HIGHER EDUCATION IN REPUBLIC OFMACEDONIA   Promote scientific Open Access publishing   Advocate the use of FOSS for Open...
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  1. 1. IMPACT FACTOR VS OPEN ACCESS Дебата за Импакт Фактор Филозофски факултет - УКИМ 25.06.2012
  2. 2. THOMSON REUTERS Operates in 93 countries Quoted on the stock ex-change in NewYork, Toronto, London on the Nasdaq Total of 23,600 employees In 2009 grow its business in the main emerging countries (Brazil, China and India). Invest heavily in digital products and services = 90 % of its business North America = 59 % of total sales, Europe = 30 % Asia =11 % Subscription sales represent 86 % of the group’s operations.
  3. 3. IMPACT FACTOR Introduced in 1960’s by Eugene Garfield: ISI citations articles 2010 2008 and 2009 IF=5 Articles published in 08/09 were cited an average of 5 times in 10. http://www.slideshare.net/brembs/whats-wrong-with-scholarly-publishing-today-ii
  4. 4. IMPACT FACTORJournal X IF 2010= All citations from TR indexed journals in 2010 to papers in journal X Number of citable articles published in journal X in 2008/9 €30,000-130,000/year subscription rates Covers ~11,500 journals (Scopus covers ~16,500) http://www.slideshare.net/brembs/whats-wrong-with-scholarly-publishing-today-ii
  5. 5. IMPACT FACTOR
  6. 6. “IMPACT” FACTOR The weakening relationship between the Impact Factor & papers’ citations in the digital age George A. Lozano, Vincent Lariviere, Yves Gingras http://arxiv.org/abs/1205.4328
  7. 7. “IMPACT” FACTOR The weakening relationship between the Impact Factor & papers’ citations in the digital age George A. Lozano, Vincent Lariviere, Yves Gingras http://arxiv.org/abs/1205.4328
  8. 8. “IMPACT” FACTOR The weakening relationship between the Impact Factor & papers’ citations in the digital age George A. Lozano, Vincent Lariviere, Yves Gingras http://arxiv.org/abs/1205.4328
  9. 9. “IMPACT” FACTOR The weakening relationship between the Impact Factor & papers’ citations in the digital age George A. Lozano, Vincent Lariviere, Yves Gingras http://arxiv.org/abs/1205.4328
  10. 10. “IMPACT” FACTOR The weakening relationship between the Impact Factor & papers’ citations in the digital age George A. Lozano, Vincent Lariviere, Yves Gingras http://arxiv.org/abs/1205.4328
  11. 11. “IMPACT” FACTOR“…given that researchers can be evaluated using a variety of other criteria and bibliometric indicators (e.g., Averch, 1989; Leydesdorff & Bornmann, 2011; Lozano, 2010; Lundberg, 2007; Põder, 2010), evaluating researchers by simply looking at the IFs of the journals in which they publish is both naive and uninformative” The weakening relationship between the Impact Factor & papers’ citations in the digital age George A. Lozano, Vincent Lariviere, Yves Gingras http://arxiv.org/abs/1205.4328
  12. 12. IMPACT FACTOR Not a meaningful measure of scientific importance of papers, researcher and articles Can be negotiated with the publishers (Elsevier) Not all discipline cite papers from last 3 years Not applicable to all scientific disciplines Scientifically and mathematically unsound
  13. 13. IMPACT FACTOR
  14. 14. THE COST OF KNOWLEDGE Elsevier + Springer-Kluwer + Wiley-Blackwell= 42% of all published articles*
  15. 15. WHO PROFITS FROM KNOWLEDGE? #Evilseer Reed Elsevier supports SOPA/PIPA and the Research Works Act
  16. 16. HTTP://THECOSTOFKNOWLEDGE.COM/http://www.slideshare.net/brembs/whats-wrong-with-scholarly-publishing-today-ii
  17. 17. OPEN ACCESS By open access to this literature, we mean its free availability on the public internet, permitting any users to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of these articles, crawl them for indexing, pass them as data to software, or use them for any other lawful purpose, without financial, legal, or technical barriers other than those inseparable from gaining access to the internet itself. The only constraint on reproduction and distribution, and the only role for copyright in this domain, should be to give authors control over the integrity of their work and the right to be properly acknowledged and cited." Budapest Open Access Initiative February 14, 2002
  18. 18. OPEN ACCESS1. OA journals ("gold OA")Directory of Open Access JournalsPublic Library of Science (PLoS)BioMed CentralGuides for OA journal publishers2. OA repositories ("green OA")Directory of Open Access Repositories (OpenDOAR)Registry of Open Access Repositories (ROAR)Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting (OAI-PMH)
  19. 19. OPEN ACCESS Open Access policiesHarvardMIT Open Access AdvocacyScholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC)Electronic Information for Libraries (EIFL)Open Access Week – worldwide eventRepublic of Macedonia participated since 2010
  20. 20. VISUALIZING THE OPEN ACCESS FIELD• What are the prominent articles in the open access field?• Which authors are major knowledge producers?• Which journals are cited the most frequently?• Which keywords are used most often in the open access field? Mapping the Intellectual Structure of the Open Access Field Through Co-citation Analysis Guleda Duzyol, Zehra Taskin and Yasar Tonta
  21. 21. VISUALIZING THE OPEN ACCESS FIELD Web of Science (WoS) database search for the term “open access” that appeared in the literature between 2000 and 2010 281 articles analyzed with CiteSpace - freely available Java application for visualizing and analyzing trends and patterns in scientific literature
  22. 22. VISUALIZING THE OPEN ACCESS FIELD Mapping the Intellectual Structure of the Open Access Field Through Co-citation Analysis Guleda Duzyol, Zehra Taskin and Yasar Tonta
  23. 23. VISUALIZING THE OPEN ACCESS FIELD Mapping the Intellectual Structure of the Open Access Field Through Co-citation Analysis Guleda Duzyol, Zehra Taskin and Yasar Tonta
  24. 24. VISUALIZING THE OPEN ACCESS FIELD Mapping the Intellectual Structure of the Open Access Field Through Co-citation Analysis Guleda Duzyol, Zehra Taskin and Yasar Tonta
  25. 25. VISUALIZING THE OPEN ACCESS FIELD• Prominent articles in the open access field?Steven Lawrence (“Free online availability substantially increases a paper’s impact”, 2001) appears to be the most prominent source as it was cited the most.The journal article by Kristin Antelman (“Do open Access articles have a greater research impact”, 2004) andthe report by Alma Swan and Sheridan Brown (“Open access self-archiving: An author study”, 2005) Mapping the Intellectual Structure of the Open Access Field Through Co-citation Analysis Guleda Duzyol, Zehra Taskin and Yasar Tonta
  26. 26. OPEN ACCESS OPEN ACCESS TO THE SCIENTIFIC JOURNAL LITERATUREBjo ¨ rk B-C, Welling P, Laakso M, Majlender P, Hedlund T, et al. (2010) Open Access to the Scientific Journal Literature: Situation 2009. PLoS ONE 5(6): e11273. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0011273
  27. 27. THE OPEN ACCESS CITATION ADVANTAGE The Open Access citation advantage - Studies and results to date, Alma Swan (2010)
  28. 28. THE OPEN ACCESS CITATION ADVANTAGE The Open Access citation advantage - Studies and results to date, Alma Swan (2010)
  29. 29. IMPACT FACTOR VS OPEN ACCESSThe Open Access citation advantage -Studies and results to date, Alma Swan(2010)
  30. 30. IMPACT FACTOR VS OPEN ACCESSThe Open Access citationadvantage - Studies and results todate, Alma Swan (2010)
  31. 31. IMPACT FACTOR VS OPEN ACCESSThe Open Access citationadvantage - Studies and results todate, Alma Swan (2010)
  32. 32. IMPACT FACTOR VS OPEN ACCESSThe Open Access citation advantage - Studies and results todate, Alma Swan (2010)
  33. 33. IMPACT FACTOR IN HIGHER EDUCATION INREPUBLIC OF MACEDONIAЗАКОН ЗА ВИСОКОТО ОБРАЗОВАНИЕ„Службен весник на РМ“ бр. 35 од 14.03.2008 година„Член 87-аДел од средствата стекнати од партиципација на трошоците на студирање за бројот настудентите чие финансирање се врши во рамките на бројот на студентите чие образование се финансира од Буџетот на Република Македонија и од кофинансирање на трошоците за студирање за студентите чие образование не се финансира од Буџетот на Република Македонија, во висина од 40%, јавниот универзитет, односно јавната високообразовна установа задолжително ги употребува за фундаментални и применети истражувања, осовременување на научно-истражувачката инфраструктура, за оспособување и усовршување на кадрите за научно-истражувачката работа, како и за инвестиции и инвестициско одржување.“
  34. 34. IMPACT FACTOR IN HIGHER EDUCATION INREPUBLIC OF MACEDONIAЗАКОН ЗА ВИСОКОТО ОБРАЗОВАНИЕ„Службен весник на РМ“ бр. 35 од 14.03.2008 годинаЧлен 136“…има објавено најмалку два научни или стручни труда во најпрестижни меѓународни списанија со импакт фактор или пак тие се цитирани во истите.Член 146-аНа наставник на јавните високообразовни установи кој ќе објави научен или стручен труд во најпрестижни меѓународни списанија со импакт фактор, му се зголемува платата во наредните три години за 20% од платата што ја примал.
  35. 35. IMPACT FACTOR IN HIGHER EDUCATION INREPUBLIC OF MACEDONIAЗАКОН ЗА НАУЧНО-ИСТРАЖУВАЧКАТА ДЕЈНОСТ„Службен весник на РМ“ бр. 46 од 07.04.2008 годинаЧлен 36“На истражувач во јавна научна установа кој ќе објави научен или стручен труд во најпрестижни меѓународни списанија со импакт фактор, му се зголемува платата во наредните три години за 20% од платата што ја примал.Член 51На јавните конкурси за распределба на средствата за финансирање на научно-истражувачките програми и проекти, при распределбата на средства, најпрвин ќе се распределат на оние што имаат објавено трудови во списанија со импакт фактори во последните три години, најмалку два труда во последните три години, а другите средства ќе се распределуваат на оние кои немаат објавено такви трудови и проекти.
  36. 36. HIGHER EDUCATION IN REPUBLIC OFMACEDONIA Promote scientific Open Access publishing Advocate the use of FOSS for Open Access (OJS) Advocate for mandatory Scientific Repositories (DSpace) Mandate Open Access (Self-Archiving) Promote scholarly communication Build an information infrastructure at the Faculty/University level Build strategies for digital preservation Advocate free access to publicly founded research Promote and advocate Open Educational Resources #OpenScience
  37. 37. THANK YOU! QUESTIONS? m DIMITAR POPOSKI
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