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Tuesday, April 28 • 8:25am - 9:50am
Discovering the Donut: Uncovering the Who/What/Where of Article Level Metrics LIMITED

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Article level metrics are immediacy indicators that speak to attention and engagement with research content NOW (not months or years from now as with citations/impact factor). From grant proposals and tenure cases to assessing departmental impact, ALMs are more useful than ever. Learn where you can find these, who is using them, and how they can aid your patrons.

Most librarians and end users don't realize that article level metrics (specifically the Altmetric donut or badge) can be seen in institutional repositories, CRIS systems (like Elements, PURE, or Converis), thousands of journal article pages, in discovery systems, and even SCOPUS.  How did they get there? What are they for? What can they tell your users and institutions about the attention their research is receiving from around the world?

As an ALM provider, we monitor and report attention to articles and datasets by tracking stable identifiers. The resulting ALMs benefit users from across the scholarly communications landscape from the marketing departments of publishers to the communications offices of universities to individual PIs and lab heads making the case for grant funding or tenure and promotion. Librarians integrate this data to underscore the value of existing investments like institutional repositories and discovery systems as well as help patrons maintain and curate their online identities.

Join a leading ALM provider and users from publishers to libraries as they walk through their integrations, what the data tells them, why they use it, and how that data can be useful for your users and institutions.

 


Speakers
avatar for Jose de Buerba

Jose de Buerba

Senior Publishing Officer, Head of Marketing at World Bank Group Publications, The World Bank
To support the institution’s role as global knowledge institution, World Bank Group Publications incluide a range of products that cover the full spectrum of economic and social development. Jose manages a team responsible for maximizing dissemination of Bank publications, administering the Bank’s copyright, ensuring compliance with the Bank’s Open Access policy, and developing and maintaining the Open Knowledge Repository (OKR), the... Read More →
avatar for Jennifer Lin

Jennifer Lin

Senior Product Manager, Public Library of Science (PLOS)
Jennifer Lin is passionate about open access and its political and social impacts. As a former business consultant with Accenture, she worked with Fortune 500 companies as well as governments to develop and deploy new products and services. Jennifer received her PhD in political philosophy and has served as an instructor at Johns Hopkins University. | | In 2014, Jennifer co-authored a paper in PLoS Biology with Carly Strasser on... Read More →
avatar for Sara Rouhi

Sara Rouhi

Product Sales Manager, The Americas, Altmetric.com
Sara Rouhi has worked in scholarly publishing for seven years and manages sales and outreach in North America for Altmetric.com. She speaks and runs workshops on metrics in practice and the scholarly publishing process at library and scholarly publishing conferences worldwide. | | She is an active member of the Society of Scholarly Publishing's Education Committee and currently runs their Librarian Focus Group program. She was awarded... Read More →
avatar for Stefano Tonzani

Stefano Tonzani

Open Access Business Development Manger, John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Open Access<> Metrics<> Launching new journals<> Peer Review
avatar for Andrew White

Andrew White

Associate CIO for Health Sciences, Senior Director for Research Computing, Stony Brook University
Andrew has worked in academic/ research libraries for more than 25 years, holding positions as  Associate Director, Associate Dean, and Director. Prior to becoming the Associate CIO for Health Sciences, he was the Interim Dean of Libraries at Stony Brook University. Andrew is a member of Beta Phi Mu and holds a MLS from Queens College and a doctorate from the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. He has several peer-reviewed and... Read More →


Tuesday April 28, 2015 8:25am - 9:50am
Chestnut Room

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