From data to knowledge: Theoretical and methodological implications of CI- enabled data repositories on impact assessment.

Jian Qin, Jeff Hemsley, Mark Costa

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Abstract

This presentation addresses the research question of how the changing climate of science research has affected scientific capacity, the aggregation of the knowledge, skills, abilities, and technical facilities of individual scientists [referred to as Scientific and Technical (S&T) Human Capital], as well as their networks of collaborative relationships. By presenting a theoretical framework of concepts and relationships between scientific capacity and knowledge diffusion, the presentation reports findings from a two-year big metadata mining project and discusses the measures of impact assessment of CI-enabled collaboration and knowledge diffusion.
Original languageEnglish (US)
TypeInvited Talk
Media of outputOral presentation
StatePublished - Apr 7 2016

Keywords

  • Assessment of research impact
  • Scientific capacity
  • Science policy
  • Knowledge diffusion

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Library and Information Sciences

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