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Predatory journals

-That journal is no longer in Scopus. It’s predatory.

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Innovative thesis

 

-When you finally find an useful article for your thesis.

-The article was written in 1960.

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12th Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries

9 years after my first participation in QQML as a PhD student, today was the turn of my student Alex Villegas, congratulations!

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The challenges of scientific publishing

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By request of our master program on Educational Innovation, I’ll be offering this conference on ‘The challenges of scientific publishing’ (English only), as a way for our students to familiarize themselves with the vocabulary and discourse around this topic. Anyone else is most welcome too!


 

Bibliometrics units as dynamic engines for universities’ scientific production

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New publication! We analyzed the dynamic role that a bibliometrics research unit can have for boosting any higher-education institution’s scientific production, a case study on Unidad de Investigación en Bibliometría – USIL co-written with my friends Josmel Pacheco-Mendoza and Joe Alway https://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0266666920918466


Abstract: In this article, we review the process behind the establishment of the Bibliometrics Research Unit at the San Ignacio de Loyola University (Peru), as a specialized unit that has aided in enhancing its university’s scientific production and research practices. The Unit’s functions and its role as a dynamic engine for scientific production are also presented and discussed under the Peruvian and Latin American contexts.

Complete text at Sage Publications

Recommended citation: Pacheco-Mendoza, J., Alhuay-Quispe, J., & Machin-Mastromatteo, J. D. (2020). Bibliometrics units as dynamic engines for universities’ scientific production. Information Development, 36(2), 301–305. http://doi.org.conricyt.remotexs.co/10.1177/0266666920918466

 

Tales from the Writing Crypt

Tales from the Writing Crypt (read as internal monologue). 1. At 5,000 words: this is a chapter, I must have at least 10,000. 2. At 10,000: I still need to finish all sections, then I will make sure it is 12,000 at most. 3. Almost finished. Wordcount? 14,500. Will they accept this? Where did I put the darned guidelines? Oh, I still haven’t written that section on (put your topic here).

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Remembering Jon Tennant

So saddened by the news of Jon Tennant’s passing. The #OpenAccess community mourns this huge loss. I really knew him for a short time but he was an extremely smart and great guy.

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Remembering this very fortunate opportunity I had of interviewing Jon Tennant. We’ll miss you a lot!

Well, well, well look who’s calling

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Writing with Yoshi

Does he want a corresponding author credit? 😼

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Measurement of social capital and scientific and its effect on technological productivity in research communities

Abstract: This work characterizes the organizational conditions of social capital among researchers belonging to a research community and studies the relationship with their levels of scientific-technological productivity, demonstrating for certain dimensions and variables their association and dependence, which can provide elements to increase their productivity through science communication processes.

Open access version

Reference: Romo, J., Tarango, J., & Machin-Mastromatteo, J. (2020). Measurement of social capital and scientific and its effect on technological productivity in research communities. Nova Scientia, 12(24). doi:https://doi.org/10.21640/ns.v12i24.2157

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