Managing Scientific Information and Research Data, 1st Edition

  • Svetla Baykoucheva
  • Published By: Chandos Publishing
  • ISBN-10: 0081002378
  • ISBN-13: 9780081002377
  • DDC: 507.2
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 208 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2015 | Published/Released February 2016
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2015

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Overview

This book explores how these technologies are used and provides detailed analysis of the approaches and tools developed to manage scientific information and data.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Dedication.
Acknowledgements.
1: The Road From Chemistry—to Microbiology—to Information Science.
2: Scientific Communication in the Digital Age.
3: Ethics in Scientific Publishing.
4: An Editor's View: Interview with John Fourkas.
5: Finding and Managing Scientific Information.
6: Science Information Literacy and the Role of Academic Librarians.
7: Information Literacy and Social Media: Interview with Chérifa Boukacem-Zeghmouri.
8: Coping with “Big Data” eScience.
9: Managing Research Data: Electronic Laboratory Notebooks (ELNs).
10: The Complexity of Chemical Information: Interview with Gary Wiggins.
11: Measuring Academic Impact.
12: From The Science Citation Index to the Journal Impact Factor and Web of Science: Interview with Eugene Garfield.
13: What it Looked Like to Work at the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI): Interview with Bonnie Lawlor.
14: Measuring Attention: Social Media And Altmetrics.
15: Unique Identifiers.
Epilogue: Creating an Information-Literate Generation of Scientists.
Index.
Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Dedication.
Acknowledgements.
1: The Road From Chemistry—to Microbiology—to Information Science.
2: Scientific Communication in the Digital Age.
3: Ethics in Scientific Publishing.
4: An Editor's View: Interview with John Fourkas.
5: Finding and Managing Scientific Information.
6: Science Information Literacy and the Role of Academic Librarians.
7: Information Literacy and Social Media: Interview with Chérifa Boukacem-Zeghmouri.
8: Coping with “Big Data” eScience.
9: Managing Research Data: Electronic Laboratory Notebooks (ELNs).
10: The Complexity of Chemical Information: Interview with Gary Wiggins.
11: Measuring Academic Impact.
12: From The Science Citation Index to the Journal Impact Factor and Web of Science: Interview with Eugene Garfield.
13: What it Looked Like to Work at the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI): Interview with Bonnie Lawlor.
14: Measuring Attention: Social Media And Altmetrics.
15: Unique Identifiers.
Epilogue: Creating an Information-Literate Generation of Scientists.
Index.
Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Dedication.
Acknowledgements.
1: The Road From Chemistry—to Microbiology—to Information Science.
2: Scientific Communication in the Digital Age.
3: Ethics in Scientific Publishing.
4: An Editor's View: Interview with John Fourkas.
5: Finding and Managing Scientific Information.
6: Science Information Literacy and the Role of Academic Librarians.
7: Information Literacy and Social Media: Interview with Chérifa Boukacem-Zeghmouri.
8: Coping with “Big Data” eScience.
9: Managing Research Data: Electronic Laboratory Notebooks (ELNs).
10: The Complexity of Chemical Information: Interview with Gary Wiggins.
11: Measuring Academic Impact.
12: From The Science Citation Index to the Journal Impact Factor and Web of Science: Interview with Eugene Garfield.
13: What it Looked Like to Work at the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI): Interview with Bonnie Lawlor.
14: Measuring Attention: Social Media And Altmetrics.
15: Unique Identifiers.
Epilogue: Creating an Information-Literate Generation of Scientists.
Index.
Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Dedication.
Acknowledgements.
1: The Road From Chemistry—to Microbiology—to Information Science.
2: Scientific Communication in the Digital Age.
3: Ethics in Scientific Publishing.
4: An Editor's View: Interview with John Fourkas.
5: Finding and Managing Scientific Information.
6: Science Information Literacy and the Role of Academic Librarians.
7: Information Literacy and Social Media: Interview with Chérifa Boukacem-Zeghmouri.
8: Coping with “Big Data” eScience.
9: Managing Research Data: Electronic Laboratory Notebooks (ELNs).
10: The Complexity of Chemical Information: Interview with Gary Wiggins.
11: Measuring Academic Impact.
12: From The Science Citation Index to the Journal Impact Factor and Web of Science: Interview with Eugene Garfield.
13: What it Looked Like to Work at the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI): Interview with Bonnie Lawlor.
14: Measuring Attention: Social Media And Altmetrics.
15: Unique Identifiers.
Epilogue: Creating an Information-Literate Generation of Scientists.
Index.