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Оценка научной продуктивности в зарубежном библиотековедении как составная часть измерения эффективности библиотеки

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Представлены результаты исследования по оценке баз данных и других источников информации, а также различных методов их исследования, применяемых в библиотековедении с целью ранжирования научной продуктивности библиотековедов США, а также преподавателей факультетов библиотековедения и информационных технологий. Идентифицированы методы и подходы к высокоточному ранжированию научной продуктивности или публикационной активности библиотековедов и преподавателей библиотечных вузов.

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П. С. Романов
Федеральное государственное бюджетное научное учреждение «Центральная научная сельскохозяйственная библиотека»
Россия


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Романов П.С. Оценка научной продуктивности в зарубежном библиотековедении как составная часть измерения эффективности библиотеки. Библиосфера. 2015;(2):3-9.

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Romanov P.S. Assessment of research productivity in the foreign library science as a part of measuring the library effectiveness. Bibliosphere. 2015;(2):3-9. (In Russ.)

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