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Alternative, Non-traditional
Outputs & Persistent Identifiers
group
What is it, what are they doing and how
are they doing...
What is this group?
• The “Alternative, Non-traditional Outputs &
Persistent Identifiers” group was set up by NISO
followi...
Who are we?
• Co-chairs are Kristi Holmes, Director of Galter Health
Sciences Library at Northwestern University and
Mike ...
What are we doing?
• What “objects” are we interested in?
• What relationships between objects do we need to describe
• Ho...
How are we doing it?
• Working with other organizations – CASRAI in the
first instance, but others to follow
• Fortnightly...
Thank you!
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NISO Apr 29 Virtual Conference: Definitions for appropriate metrics and calculation methodologies for specific output types Mike Taylor, Senior Product Manager, Informetrics, Elsevier - NISO Altmetrics Project Working Group B Co-chair

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NISO Virtual Conference: Expanding the Assessment Toolbox: Blending the Old and New Assessment Practices

Definitions for appropriate metrics and calculation methodologies for specific output types Mike Taylor, Senior Product Manager, Informetrics, Elsevier - NISO

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NISO Apr 29 Virtual Conference: Definitions for appropriate metrics and calculation methodologies for specific output types Mike Taylor, Senior Product Manager, Informetrics, Elsevier - NISO Altmetrics Project Working Group B Co-chair

  1. 1. Alternative, Non-traditional Outputs & Persistent Identifiers group What is it, what are they doing and how are they doing it? Mike Taylor, Co-Chair Elsevier Metrics and Analytics Group PhD candidate, University of Wolverhampton
  2. 2. What is this group? • The “Alternative, Non-traditional Outputs & Persistent Identifiers” group was set up by NISO following their Altmetrics report last year • In brief, we’re looking at data metrics – and other research outputs. • We’ll report next year! • Just got started with discussing our scheme of work
  3. 3. Who are we? • Co-chairs are Kristi Holmes, Director of Galter Health Sciences Library at Northwestern University and Mike Taylor of Elsevier • Members of the group include scholars, librarians, publishers, and data producers & consumers • Todd Carpenter and Nettie Lagace of NISO • Martin Fenner of NISO and PLoS • Strong relationship with CASRAI – David Baker, Sunje Dallmeier-Tiessen, Rebecca Lawrence
  4. 4. What are we doing? • What “objects” are we interested in? • What relationships between objects do we need to describe • How do we identify these objects? • What qualities might be used to describe these objects? • What data is relevant and available? • What rules apply to the collection of the data? • How can that data be analysed to create metrics? • How can we validate those metrics? • How can we educate, publicise and encourage adoption of all the above.
  5. 5. How are we doing it? • Working with other organizations – CASRAI in the first instance, but others to follow • Fortnightly calls • Devolving work to interested members / groups • Preferring to extend / fork existing standards where appropriate, rather than creating new, stand-alone formulations • Making executable recommendations
  6. 6. Thank you!
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