Bibliometrics & more!

Bibliometrics & more!

Course Overview 

Acquire and develop bibliometrics skills and knowledge to enable you to support academics, early- and mid-career researchers and PhD students with grant applications, promotions, and publication decisions. 

The focus of this course will be learning the fundamentals of bibliometrics and how they can be applied in different situations and used for different purposes. The course is designed for people with limited or no prior knowledge of bibliometrics, but will also be if interest to those wanting to know how they can better support their academic colleagues.

This is a three week professional development unit. You will receive a certificate of participation upon successfully completing this course.


Course Content

This course consists of 3 modules with a time commitment of 3-4 hours per module. 

Module 1: Introduction to Bibliometrics – overview and demonstration of the tools available
Module 2: Benchmarking with bibliometrics – demonstrate to academics their position relative to others in their field 
Module 3: Developing a publication plan – assist PhD students, early- and mid-career academics to develop a publication strategy.

Right for you if...

You support academics and researchers, early- and mid-career researchers, and PhD students, with grant/scholarship applications, promotion applications, or publication advice. 


Course Delivery

Contact with facilitators will be through online forums on Moodle (the online Learning Management System used by ALIA for this course).

Participants are required to have access to the InCites database (Clarivate), available through most university institutions. If you do not have access, temporary access can be arranged. Please get in touch with your Course Facilitator as soon as you have enrolled. It is possible to complete the course without access, however, you will gain the most benefit if you are able to participate in the practical exercises.

There are no specific times you need to be available.

In partnership with...

Our training partner for this course is Information Education Australia (IEA). IEA provides creative, innovative and up to date training for LIS professionals.


Enrolment closing date:

Sunday 5 June 2022


FAQ's

Cancellation Policy

Registrations up to 3 weeks prior = full refund
Registrations between 1-2 weeks prior = 50% refund
Registrations cancelled 1 week prior or later = no refund
Registrations can be transferred to other individuals at no cost (in the same registration category).
Contact [email protected] for information.

CPD Hours

12 hours

Hardware & software requirements

Participants are required to have access to the InCites database (Clarivate), available through most university institutions. If you do not have access, temporary access can be arranged. Please get in touch with your Course Facilitator as soon as you have enrolled. It is possible to complete the course without access, however, you will gain the most benefit if you are able to participate in the practical exercises.

When do registrations close?

Sunday 5 June, 2022

 

For more information:

Contact ALIA Training
1800 020 071
[email protected]

Tuesday, 07 June 2022 to
Tuesday, 28 June 2022
$355 (Member) - $475 (Non-member)

Online
Physical
12.00 CPD Hours