Due to the current COVID-19 measures, the course will be hosted online. See below for details.
The course aims to provide participants with a thorough understanding of citation analysis and bibliometric visualization, focusing on their use in research evaluation. After completing the course, you will be able to:
The course aims to serve a broad audience that includes anyone with a professional interest in citation analysis, bibliometric visualization, and other scientometric tools for research evaluation. The course is most beneficial for participants that already have some basic knowledge on bibliometrics and citation analysis.
|13.00-14.00||Bibliometric data sources|
|14.00-15.00||Bibliometric data collection|
|10.00-12.00||Citation analysis: Indicators|
|13.00-14.00||Citation analysis: Counting methods|
|14.00-15.00||Citation analysis: Journal impact indicators|
|11.00-12.00||VOSviewer: Co-authorship maps|
|13.00-14.00||VOSviewer: Citation-based maps|
|14.00-15.00||VOSviewer: Term maps|
|10.00-11.00||Bibliometric Network Analysis: Mapping at work|
|11.00-12.00||Advanced bibliometric analysis in the context of research evaluation: Area Based Connectedness (ABC) to society|
|13.00-14.00||Other scientometrics indicators|
|14.30-15.00||Wrapping up & goodbye|
The course is provided by the following lecturers:
Clara Calero-Medina, PhD: Clara is a senior researcher and bibliometric consultant at CWTS. She has a background in Economics, and Science and Technologies Studies. Her research interest is related with network analysis applied to scientific publications and structure of scientific organizations. Clara is the coordinator of this course.
Vincent Traag, PhD: Vincent is senior researcher at CWTS. He has a background in sociology, and applied mathematics. At CWTS he is responsible for the Modeling Science research line. In addition to his scientific research, Traag also acts as a bibliometric consultant at the CWTS.
Tjitske Holtrop, PhD: Tjitske is a postdoctoral researcher at CWTS in the SES research group. She studies the practices of evaluation: how are questionnaires made, what do numbers do, how are reports written or what happens in meetings? Trained as an anthropologist she studies how evaluation gets done, what kind of resources and people they mobilize, and what kinds of practices, collectives and ideas of accountability, change and quality they make possible.
Martijn Visser, MA: Martijn Visser is a researcher at CWTS. For many years Martijn has been primarily engaged in contract research conducting numerous research evaluation studies. He has published on a variety of topic primarily concerning bibliometric methods. Among his research interests are the limitations and opportunities of bibliometric data sources.
Karin den Dulk is in charge of the administration of the course.
The registration fee is € 1000. The maximum number of participants is 30 and participation will be determined in the order of registration. The course will be hosted online, participants are expected to have available their own computer, which is required for some of the practical exercises.
Registration for this course is no longer possible as the maximum amount of participants have registered. If you are interested to be placed on a waiting list in case current registered participants cancel, please contact Karin den Dulk.