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The lost academic home: institutional affiliation links in Google Scholar Citations

Enrique Orduña-Malea, Juan M. Ayllón, Alberto Martín-Martín, Emilio Delgado López-Cózar
2017 Online information review (Print)  
This paper analyzes the new affiliation feature available in Google-Scholar Citations revealing that the affiliation-tool works well for most-institutions, it is unable to detect all existing institutions  ...  in database, and it is not always able to create unique-standardized entry for each-institution.  ...  The launch of the Google Scholar Citations' affiliation link is therefore a step to solve this issue.  ... 
doi:10.1108/oir-10-2016-0302 fatcat:bbcufh654vfmffzuwqjbmzpmby

Leave the browser behind: Placing discovery within the user's workflow

Ellysa Stern Cahoy
2018 Liber Quarterly: The Journal of European Research Libraries  
As library discovery and delivery has largely moved online, the scholarly workflow of academic researchers has become increasingly fragmented.  ...  This article discusses the significance of situating discovery, the act of finding new information, within software central to the research workflow, such as citation management software.  ...  Acknowledgements We thank the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation for their generous support of the research described in this article.  ... 
doi:10.18352/lq.10221 fatcat:jwd5ze5s5negnmbqgafujslqce

Scholarly social media profiles and libraries: A review

Judit Ward, William Bejarano, Anikó Dudás
2015 Liber Quarterly: The Journal of European Research Libraries  
In order to find out how to enhance the online reputation and discoverability of individual faculty members as well as their affiliated institutions, the authors worked side-by-side with researchers in  ...  social media in order to best represent the scholarship of their host institutions.  ...  MTMT author profiles can be linked to other web-based profiles, such as the author's institutional home page, Web of Science via Researcher ID, Scopus, ORCID, Google Scholar, or ResearchGate.  ... 
doi:10.18352/lq.9958 fatcat:cez7kun7hbcafmodougrx5euxm

Making Sense of Mankind's Scholarly Knowledge and Expertise: Collecting, Interlinking, and Organizing What We Know and Different Approaches to Mapping (Network) Science

Katy Börner
2007 Environment and Planning, B: Planning and Design  
Thanks go to Eugene Garfield and Soren Paris who gave me access to the HistCite software and data used in this paper.  ...  This research is supported by the National Science Foundation under IIS-0513650, CHE-0524661, and a CAREER Grant IIS-0238261 as well as a James S McDonnell Foundation grant in the area Studying Complex  ...  Citation indexes published by Thomson Scientific, Google Scholar, and CiteSeer already support citation link traversal.  ... 
doi:10.1068/b3302t fatcat:54uay3ldzbddbhyfvs3wzdaify

Creation of bibliometric tools for evaluation based on data from Google Scholar

Alberto Martín-Martín, Emilio Delgado López-Cózar
2019 Zenodo  
In subsequent years, GS launched several services based on data from its document base: Google Scholar Citations (an author profile service), Google Scholar Metrics (a journal ranking service), and GSCP  ...  Article co-authors are listed at the beginning of each article) Google Scholar (GS) is a freely-accessible academic search engine that indexes academic literature from a wide range of disciplines, document  ...  The links to freely available versions of these documents displayed in GS were collected.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3241712 fatcat:vjkjzo4zenhglji6asjl46rzly

Ownership and COVID-19 in care homes for older people: A living systematic review of outbreaks, infections, and mortalities [article]

Anders Malthe Bach-Mortensen, Ben Verboom, Michelle Degli Esposti
2021 medRxiv   pre-print
prevalence of COVID-19 infections and deaths in for-profit care homes.  ...  For-profit providers were also associated with shortages in PPE, which may have contributed to the higher incidence of infections and deaths.Chain affiliation was often found to be correlated with higher  ...  Search strategy Before developing our search strategy, we hand-searched Google Scholar and preprint repositories for relevant articles and performed citation searches on all identified articles.  ... 
doi:10.1101/2021.01.28.21250547 fatcat:uwqzcd3plbcfngngnfv6ngvesa

The Impacts of Digital Collections: Early English Books Online & House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

Eric T. Meyer, Katherine Eccles
2016 Social Science Research Network  
We are also indebted to the participants in our interviews and surveys who have generously provided their time and thoughts.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors wish to thank Jisc and ProQuest for funding this research, and also to both Jisc and ProQuest for providing data.  ...  Citation data from Scopus and Google Scholar, using the maximum reported citations from each source.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2740299 fatcat:6erdxxcdcrbcnax3qx3tkhuzv4

How readers discover content in scholarly publications

Simon Inger, Tracy Gardner
2016 Information Services and Use  
publications asking them to participate in this survey.  ...  Our heartfelt thanks go out to them all: Annual Reviews, American Theological Library Association (ATLA), The Bone & Joint Journal, Brill, Cambridge University Press, The IET, ingentaconnect, The JAMA  ...  in the use of Google Scholar.  ... 
doi:10.3233/isu-160800 fatcat:u2prw6uqkjcovohrx2ysrts2gu

Four decades of health economics through a bibliometric lens

Adam Wagstaff, Anthony J. Culyer
2012 Journal of Health Economics  
In this paper, we take a bibliometric tour of the last forty years of health economics using bibliographic "metadata" from EconLit supplemented by citation data from Google Scholar and our own topical  ...  We also compare authors, countries, institutions and journals in terms of the volume of publications and their influence as measured through various citation-based indices (Grossman, the US, Harvard and  ...  The findings, interpretations and conclusions expressed in this paper are entirely those of the authors, and do not necessarily represent the views of the World Bank, its Executive Directors, or the governments  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jhealeco.2012.03.002 pmid:22481096 fatcat:ofnshdcokfbjjpsv2qmvze7doe

Learning to successfully search the scientific and medical literature

Emily A. Thompson, Laurissa B. Gann, Erik N. K. Cressman
2019 Cell stress & chaperones (Print)  
Searching the literature is often overlooked and receives inadequate attention. In this article, we seek to address this issue by presenting several strategies.  ...  Start by performing a quick preliminary search in Web of Science, Google Scholar, or Scopus.  ...  Publisher's note Springer Nature remains neutral with regard to jurisdictional claims in published maps and institutional affiliations.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12192-019-00984-2 pmid:30840226 pmcid:PMC6439094 fatcat:a3polvkr25bwbeljm5uj4t2ddq

An Overview of Digital Resources for the Study of Victorian Fiction

Lydia Craig
2022 Dickens Studies Annual  
Primary sources, by offering new perspectives on life in the nineteenth century, can now enrich both scholarship and academic syllabi.  ...  Utilizing open-access, institutional, and subscription-only digital databases for research can advance studies in Victorian literature.  ...  Pursuing this lead by searching for the Ladies' Home Journal in Google Books uncovers a page for this American periodical on The Online Books Page (1993) , containing links to digitized volumes from the  ... 
doi:10.5325/dickstudannu.53.1.0070 fatcat:k3cgdnoddbhlxjjucu2p7hoh3u

Why discrepancies in searching the conservation biology literature matter

Michael C. Calver, Barry Goldman, Patricia A. Hutchings, Richard T. Kingsford
2017 Biological Conservation  
different subscriptions), Web of Science (Core Collection) (WosCC) (comparing two different subscriptions) and Google Scholar (GS). 30 The efficiency of a search (the number of references retrieved by  ...  Most respondents (≥65%) were unsure about specific features in databases, although 66% knew of the service GS Citations, and 76% agreed that GS retrieved grey literature effectively.  ...  Human Research Ethics Permit 2014/157 covered the work.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2017.06.028 fatcat:zzozddld2fe3roa35s6avrljwe


Medha Devare, Jon Corson-Rikert, Brian Caruso, Brian Lowe, Kathy Chiang, Janet McCue
2007 D-Lib Magazine  
The Library views this effort as a fundamental enabling infrastructure for the truly inter-disciplinary university, with the academic lives of scholars and researchers depicted in all their richness (departmental  ...  is a link to the full context of the related information a department profile, information on the funding source and co-principal investigators of a grant, or the complete citation, co-authors, and (if  ... 
doi:10.1045/july2007-devare fatcat:ieyhawe4kfhhrpbc4d4ctsj4re

From writing and analysis to the repository

Catherine C. Marshall
2008 Proceedings of the 8th ACM/IEEE-CS joint conference on Digital libraries - JCDL '08  
The study focuses on the kinds of artifacts the researchers create in the process of writing a paper, how they exchange and store these artifacts over the short term, how they handle references and bibliographic  ...  This paper reports the results of a qualitative field study of the writing, collaboration, and archiving practices of researchers in a single organization; the researchers span five subdisciplines and  ...  Google Scholar and Academic Live) are rejected as research search engines by a substantial portion of the participants because neither their coverage nor timeliness is as good as their non-academic rivals  ... 
doi:10.1145/1378889.1378930 dblp:conf/jcdl/Marshall08 fatcat:ov4ner7oinandkmed7hr6m7jji

Measuring the Value and Impact of the Europe PMC Repository [article]

Anoushka Davé, Vivek Seth, Emma Pottinger, Cristina Rosenberg, Xavier Potau, Peter Varnai
2019 Figshare  
in Table 2 referring to the number of citations, abstracts, and full-text articles in PubMed.  ...  PMC and PubMed are considered essential resources that continue to be operated even in the event of shutdowns.  ...  The 2017 user survey also found that PubMed, PMC, Google and Google Scholar were the most frequently used comparator services (see Figure 31 ).  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.8326559 fatcat:vu7nkpfvdvfmze6uyvqfg3y5dq
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