Share Paper: Conducting Bibliometric Analysis: Workshop on Evaluating and Quantifying the State of Research in Any Field or Academic Area

  1. Jineth Andrea Arango Oviedo, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, Chile
  2. Héctor Luna, Intelecto análises técnicas e serviços, Brazil
  3. Fabián Otalora, Universidad Antonio Nariño, United States
  4. Martonia Gaskill, University of Nebraska Kearney, United States
Wednesday, November 10 12:45 PM-1:15 PM Room 1

Abstract: Bibliometric analysis (BA) has been widely used by many authors to determinate the state of art and facilitate the systematic review of scalable body of academic literature of a specific research area using quantitative and statistical indicators. This workshop introduces participants a bibliometric analysis methodology, including concepts, indicators, database, and free software tools. The workshop proceeds in three parts: 1. We’ll provide participants with the fundamental knowledge of BA, bibliometric indicators, and referential databases; 2. Participants will perform an advance search query in the referential database (i.e. web of science); and 3. We’ll explore software tools that can be used ...