This course aims to introduce the assistant to the most common bibliometric indicators within the scientific activity.
Delivered by Laiene Olabarrieta Landa, graduate in psychology from the University of Deusto. Her studies have focused on the area of neuropsychology, with experience in neuropsychological assessment and implementation of cognitive rehabilitation programs in patients with brain damage. She has worked in the outpatient rehabilitation unit for brain damage at Aita Menni in Bilbao. She has been selected by the Basque Government, as a member of the Talentia Bizkaia group, a program aimed at the most outstanding students of the Basque Universities. She has worked in the Lifespan Cognition and Development Laboratory of Dr. Ellen Bialystok, Toronto (Canada), where she was awarded a research prize by the National Academy of Neuropsychology. Her fields of research focus on bilingualism and rehabilitation in people with brain damage
Research experience has become essential for masters and doctoral students, teachers
University students and researchers. Currently universities, research centres and quality agencies
require these professionals and students to publish their articles in high impact journals, to show the quality indices of the articles they have already published and to indicate their own quality indices as researchers in order to get a job or to be promoted. Therefore, the main objective of this course is to provide an introduction to the most common bibliometric indicators required by these institutions (impact index, quartile, decile, h index, etc.)
Main objective: that the student knows the most usual bibliometric indexes within the scientific activity and
Knows how to search and locate autonomously the indicators required by the calls or institutions.
- Introducing bibliometric indices
- Show the two most recognized platforms within the scientific activity (Web of Science and Scopus), as well as the free access platform Google Scholar
- Show how to search and calculate