Time: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Center for Scholarly Communication
Stony Brook University Libraries is hosting a Bibliometric Workshop for Librarians and seeking 12 participants who are interested in bibliometric analysis and employed by the academic libraries in the region to join us for a one-day workshop on Friday, October 6, 2017.
Bibliometric is a quantitative analysis which is the most commonly method used for measuring research outputs and publication patterns. It provides insights of leading scholarly journal publications and their citation data in a particular field, identifies top researchers, and helps with collection budget decisions.
The Bibliometric Workshop for Librarians Planning Committee aims to promote practitioner research in Library and Information Science and encourages participants to come up with their research ideas which will be used for group studies.
Stony Brook University Libraries, Scholarly Communication Center, Room C2601, 2nd floor of the North Reading Room.
Friday, October 6, 2017 from 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Selenay Aytac, Associate Professor, Long Island University.
Bruce Slutsky, Science Librarian, New Jersey Institute of Technology;
Clara Tran, Science Librarian, Stony Brook University.
Librarians will be required to bring with their research ideas for discussion.
Seats are limited to 12 local librarians in the region.
Personal laptop is highly recommended.
Light breakfast and lunch will be provided.
Registration is free. Please register below by Friday, September 22, 2017.
If you have any questions, please contact Clara Tran, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Selenay Aytac, Associate Professor, Long Island University
Bruce Slutsky, Science Librarian, New Jersey Institute of Technology
Clara Tran, Science Librarian, Stony Brook University
Bob Tolliver, Head, Science and Engineering, Stony Brook University
This event is fully booked.
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