International Survey of Research University Faculty: Use of Bibliometric Ratings, Identifiers & Indicators

Published - September 2017| Code - PRG197A| Affiliate - Primary Research Group

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This study presents data from 325 faculty of major universities in the USA, Canada, the UK, Ireland and Australia about how they view bibliometric indicators such as the h-index, how trustworthy they are believed to be and how often they are checked or calculated.
The study presents data on the use of particular tools and indicators, giving specific data for all of the following: Web of Science, Scopus, Google Scholar, ORCHID ID, Thomsen-Reuters Research ID, Scimago, bepress, SciVal, JSTORE, International, SciFinder, arXiv and CrossRef, among others.

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