This Thursday, June 17, new action to boost Open Science at the ICAC!
The commitment to so-called Open Science requires a complete review of the mechanisms for evaluating scientific activity and, especially, the real impact of this activity.
We must abandone inadequate, biased and incomplete metrics, while explaining their defects and limitations, to favor the adoption of a more precise, rich and varied scenario.
This Thursday, June 17, at the ICAC will have the honor of having the presence of the specialist in bibliometrics Isidro F. Aguillo, head of the Cybermetry Laboratory (Scimago Group) of the Institute of Public Goods and Policies (IPP – CSIC).
Aguillo will be giving a talk to ICAC staff, entitled ‘Open Science: Journal Metrics, Paper Metrics and Profiles’, within the framework of the ICAC actions, as a CERCA center, for the implementation of our HRS4R strategy.
The talk will intend, in a practical way, to propose the use of new sources and indicators that reflect more and better the impacts of research.
An activity coordinated by Lydia Gil, in charge of the Documentation Centre and Library at the ICAC.
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