International Benchmarks for Academic Library Use of Bibliometrics & Altmetrics, 2016-17

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50% of the Institutions Sampled Help Their Researchers to Obtain a Thomsen/Reuters Researcher ID
This study presents data from 20 predominantly research universities in the USA, continental Europe, the UK, Canada and Australia/New Zealand. Among the survey participants are: Carnegie Mellon, Cambridge University, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya the University at Albany, the University of Melbourne, Florida State University, the University of Alberta and Victoria University of Wellington.

The report gives detailed data on the use of various bibliometric and altmetric tools such as Google Scholar, Web of Science, Scimago, Plum Analytics, and many, many others. The 114-page report presents detailed information on staffing, budgets, marketing, sources of demand, technology and other factors in bibliometric and altmetric service development.

Just a few of the report’s many findings are that:

- Institutions cited by survey participants for excellence in bibliometrics or altmetrics were: Georgia State University, Yale University, the University of New South Wales, the National Library of Medicine and the University of Pittsburgh, among others.

- 50% of the institutions sampled help their researchers to obtain a Thomsen/Reuters Researcher ID.

- A 60% majority said demand for bibliometric services increased slightly, 10 percent said it increased considerably, and 5 percent said demand fell somewhat. A quarter of the participants said demand for bibliometric services at their institution remained about the same over the past two years.

- Academic department heads accounted for a mean of 24.38% of the demand for bibliometric services from the libraries sampled.

- Just 5% of those surveyed use Facebook Insights in their altmetrics efforts.

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THE QUESTIONNAIRE

PARTICIPANTS LIST

Characteristics of the Sample

SUMMARY OF MAIN FINDINGS

Characteristics of the Sample

Web of Science

Scopus

JSTOR

Google Scholar

Journal Citation Reports

Experiences with Google Scholar

SciMago Journal Rank

International Standard Name Identifier

ORCID ID

Thomson Reuters Researcher ID

arXiv Author ID

Bibliometric Funding Trends

Bibliometric Services Staff

Future Funding

Bibliometric Capabilities

Past Demand Trends

Departments Served

College Administration

Academic Department Head Demand for Bibliometrics Services

Other Faculty Demand for bibliometric Services

Graduate Students and Postdocs Demand for Bibliometrics Services

Undergraduate Demand for Bibliometrics Services

Efforts to Provide Altmetrics

Altmetrics vs. Traditional Bibliometrics

Badges and Similar Applications and Constructs

Experiences with Other Applications and Constructs

Development of Measures of Internal Faculty Scholarly Output Use

Internal Use Rates and Link Resolver

Internal Use Rates and the Library Website

Internal Use Rates and the Institutional Digital Repository

Internal Use Rates and the Library Catalog

Internal Use Rates and Vendor Statistics

Altmetrics and Google Analytics

Altmetrics and Facebook Insights

Altmetrics and TwitterCounter

Altmetrics and Buzzsumo

Altmetrics and 360Counter

Altmetrics and IconoSquare

Altmetrics and AWStats

Altmetrics and Mixpanel

Altmetrics and PiWik

Altmetrics and Decision Center

Staff Time in Bibliometrics Information Literacy Efforts

Ad Hoc Bibliometric Reports

Regularly Produced Reports about Specific Academic Fields

Bibliometric Reports on Internal Scholarly Output

Bibliometric Database of Faculty Publications

Database Description

Promoting Bibliometric and Citation Analysis Services

Advice on Establishing, Promoting, and Managing a Bibliometric Service

Noteworthy Libraries

List of Tables
Table 1 Which of the following citation indices does your library use in bibliometrics? (Check all that apply)

Table 1.1.1 Does your library use Web of Science citation index in bibliometrics?

Table 1.1.2 Does your library use Web of Science citation index in bibliometrics? Broken out by Type or Carnegie class

Table 1.1.3 Does your library use Web of Science citation index in bibliometrics? Broken out by Annual tuition, $

Table 1.1.4 Does your library use Web of Science citation index in bibliometrics? Broken out by Enrollment

Table 1.1.5 Does your library use Web of Science citation index in bibliometrics? Broken out by USA or non-USA

Table 1.2.1 Does your library use Scopus citation index in bibliometrics?

Table 1.2.2 Does your library use Scopus citation index in bibliometrics? Broken out by Type or Carnegie class

Table 1.2.3 Does your library use Scopus citation index in bibliometrics? Broken out by Annual tuition, $

Table 1.2.4 Does your library use Scopus citation index in bibliometrics? Broken out by Enrollment

Table 1.2.5 Does your library use Scopus citation index in bibliometrics? Broken out by USA or non-USA

Table 1.3.1 Does your library use JSTOR citation index in bibliometrics?

Table 1.3.2 Does your library use JSTOR citation index in bibliometrics? Broken out by Type or Carnegie class

Table 1.3.3 Does your library use JSTOR citation index in bibliometrics? Broken out by Annual tuition, $

Table 1.3.4 Does your library use JSTOR citation index in bibliometrics? Broken out by Enrollment

Table 1.3.5 Does your library use JSTOR citation index in bibliometrics? Broken out by USA or non-USA

Table 1.4.1 Does your library use Google Scholar citation index in bibliometrics?

Table 1.4.2 Does your library use Google Scholar citation index in bibliometrics? Broken out by Type or Carnegie class

Table 1.4.3 Does your library use Google Scholar citation index in bibliometrics? Broken out by Annual tuition, $

Table 1.4.4 Does your library use Google Scholar citation index in bibliometrics? Broken out by Enrollment

Table 1.4.5 Does your library use Google Scholar citation index in bibliometrics? Broken out by USA or non-USA

Table 1.5.1 Does your library use Journal Citation Reports in bibliometrics?

Table 1.5.2 Does your library use Journal Citation Reports in bibliometrics? Broken out by Type or Carnegie class

Table 1.5.3 Does your library use Journal Citation Reports in bibliometrics? Broken out by Annual tuition, $

Table 1.5.4 Does your library use Journal Citation Reports in bibliometrics? Broken out by: Enrollment

Table 1.5.5 Does your library use Journal Citation Reports in bibliometrics? Broken out by: USA or non-USA

Discuss your experience with Google Scholar as a citation analysis tool.

Table 2.1 How heavily used is the SciMago Journal Ranking system at your institution?

Table 2.2 How heavily used is the SciMago Journal Ranking system at your institution? Broken out by: Type or Carnegie class

Table 2.3 How heavily used is the SciMago Journal Ranking system at your institution? Broken out by: Annual tuition, $

Table 2.4 How heavily used is the SciMago Journal Ranking system at your institution? Broken out by: Enrollment

Table 2.5 How heavily used is the SciMago Journal Ranking system at your institution? Broken out by: USA or non-USA

Table 3 Does your library help researchers at your institution to obtain any of the following? (Check all that apply)

Table 3.1.1 Does your library help researchers at your institution to obtain an International Standard Name Identifier?

Table 3.1.2 Does your library help researchers at your institution to obtain an International Standard Name Identifier? Broken out by: Type or Carnegie class

Table 3.1.3 Does your library help researchers at your institution to obtain an International Standard Name Identifier? Broken out by: Annual tuition, $

Table 3.1.4 Does your library help researchers at your institution to obtain an International Standard Name Identifier? Broken out by: Enrollment

Table 3.1.5 Does your library help researchers at your institution to obtain an International Standard Name Identifier? Broken out by: USA or non-USA

Table 3.2.1 Does your library help researchers at your institution to obtain an ORCID ID?

Table 3.2.2 Does your library help researchers at your institution to obtain an ORCID ID? Broken out by: Type or Carnegie class

Table 3.2.3 Does your library help researchers at your institution to obtain an ORCID ID? Broken out by: Annual tuition, $

Table 3.2.4 Does your library help researchers at your institution to obtain an ORCID ID? Broken out by: Enrollment

Table 3.2.5 Does your library help researchers at your institution to obtain an ORCID ID? Broken out by: USA or non-USA

Table 3.3.1 Does your library help researchers at your institution to obtain a Thomson Reuters Researcher ID?

Table 3.3.2 Does your library help researchers at your institution to obtain a Thomson Reuters Researcher ID? Broken out by: Type or Carnegie class

Table 3.3.3 Does your library help researchers at your institution to obtain a Thomson Reuters Researcher ID? Broken out by Annual tuition, $

Table 3.3.4 Does your library help researchers at your institution to obtain a Thomson Reuters Researcher ID? Broken out by: Enrollment

Table 3.3.5 Does your library help researchers at your institution to obtain a Thomson Reuters Researcher ID? Broken out by: USA or non-USA

Table 3.4.1 Does your library help researchers at your institution to obtain arXiv Author ID?

Table 3.4.2 Does your library help researchers at your institution to obtain arXiv Author ID? Broken out by: Type or Carnegie class

Table 3.4.3 Does your library help researchers at your institution to obtain arXiv Author ID? Broken out by: Annual tuition, $

Table 3.4.4 Does your library help researchers at your institution to obtain arXiv Author ID? Broken out by: Enrollment

Table 3.4.5 Does your library help researchers at your institution to obtain arXiv Author ID? Broken out by: USA or non-USA

Table 4.1 Over the past three years, funding for bibliometric research, staff and services at your library has:

Table 4.2 Over the past three years, funding for bibliometric research, staff and services at your library has: Broken out by: Type or Carnegie class

Table 4.3 Over the past three years, funding for bibliometric research, staff and services at your library has: Broken out by: Annual tuition, $

Table 4.4 Over the past three years, funding for bibliometric research, staff and services at your library has: Broken out by: Enrollment

Table 4.5 Over the past three years, funding for bibliometric research, staff and services at your library has: Broken out by: USA or non-USA

Table 5.1 Which phrase best describes how your library staffs its bibliometric services?

Table 5.2 Which phrase best describes how your library staffs its bibliometric services? Broken out by: Type or Carnegie class

Table 5.3 Which phrase best describes how your library staffs its bibliometric services? Broken out by: Annual tuition, $

Table 5.4 Which phrase best describes how your library staffs its bibliometric services? Broken out by: Enrollment

Table 5.5 Which phrase best describes how your library staffs its bibliometric services? Broken out by: USA or non-USA

Table 6.1 Funding at your library for bibliometric staff and services over the next few years is likely to?

Table 6.2 Funding at your library for bibliometric staff and services over the next few years is likely to? Broken out by: Type or Carnegie class

Table 6.3 Funding at your library for bibliometric staff and services over the next few years is likely to? Broken out by: Annual tuition, $

Table 6.4 Funding at your library for bibliometric staff and services over the next few years is likely to? Broken out by: Enrollment

Table 6.5 Funding at your library for bibliometric staff and services over the next few years is likely to? Broken out by: USA or non-USA

Table 7.1 What do you think of the bibliometric capabilities of your own library or department of library science?

Table 7.2 What do you think of the bibliometric capabilities of your own library or department of library science? Broken out by: Type or Carnegie class

Table 7.3 What do you think of the bibliometric capabilities of your own library or department of library science? Broken out by: Annual tuition, $

Table 7.4 What do you think of the bibliometric capabilities of your own library or department of library science? Broken out by: Enrollment

Table 7.5 What do you think of the bibliometric capabilities of your own library or department of library science? Broken out by: USA or non-USA

Table 8.1 Demand for bibliometric services at your institution in the past two years has fallen or increased?

Table 8.2 Demand for bibliometric services at your institution in the past two years has fallen or increased? Broken out by Type or Carnegie class

Table 8.3 Demand for bibliometric services at your institution in the past two years has fallen or increased? Broken out by Annual tuition, $

Table 8.4 Demand for bibliometric services at your institution in the past two years has fallen or increased? Broken out by Enrollment

Table 8.5 Demand for bibliometric services at your institution in the past two years has fallen or increased? Broken out by USA or non-USA

Which academic or administrative departments request the most assistance for bibliometric services?

Table 9 As an estimate, about what percentage of the demand for bibliometric services or training in bibliometrics from your library are accounted for by each of the following groups?

Table 9.1.1 As an estimate, about what percentage of the demand for bibliometric services or training in bibliometrics from your library are accounted for by college administration?

Table 9.1.2 As an estimate, about what percentage of the demand for bibliometric services or training in bibliometrics from your library are accounted for by college administration? Broken out by Type or Carnegie class

Table 9.1.3 As an estimate, about what percentage of the demand for bibliometric services or training in bibliometrics from your library are accounted for by college administration? Broken out by Annual tuition, $

Table 9.1.4 As an estimate, about what percentage of the demand for bibliometric services or training in bibliometrics from your library are accounted for by college administration? Broken out by Enrollment

Table 9.1.5 As an estimate, about what percentage of the demand for bibliometric services or training in bibliometrics from your library are accounted for by college administration? Broken out by USA or non-USA

Table 9.2.1 As an estimate, about what percentage of the demand for bibliometric services or training in bibliometrics from your library are accounted for by academic department heads?

Table 9.2.2 As an estimate, about what percentage of the demand for bibliometric services or training in bibliometrics from your library are accounted for by academic department heads? Broken out by Type or Carnegie class

Table 9.2.3 As an estimate, about what percentage of the demand for bibliometric services or training in bibliometrics from your library are accounted for by academic department heads? Broken out by Annual tuition, $

Table 9.2.4 As an estimate, about what percentage of the demand for bibliometric services or training in bibliometrics from your library are accounted for by academic department heads? Broken out by Enrollment

Table 9.2.5 As an estimate, about what percentage of the demand for bibliometric services or training in bibliometrics from your library are accounted for by academic department heads? Broken out by USA or non-USA

Table 9.3.1 As an estimate, about what percentage of the demand for bibliometric services or training in bibliometrics from your library are accounted for by faculty other than department heads?

Table 9.3.2 As an estimate, about what percentage of the demand for bibliometric services or training in bibliometrics from your library are accounted for by faculty other than department heads? Broken out by Type or Carnegie class

Table 9.3.3 As an estimate, about what percentage of the demand for bibliometric services or training in bibliometrics from your library are accounted for by faculty other than department heads? Broken out by Annual tuition, $

Table 9.3.4 As an estimate, about what percentage of the demand for bibliometric services or training in bibliometrics from your library are accounted for by faculty other than department heads? Broken out by Enrollment

Table 9.3.5 As an estimate, about what percentage of the demand for bibliometric services or training in bibliometrics from your library are accounted for by faculty other than department heads? Broken out by USA or non-USA

Table 9.4.1 As an estimate, about what percentage of the demand for bibliometric services or training in bibliometrics from your library are accounted for by graduate students and postdocs?

Table 9.4.2 As an estimate, about what percentage of the demand for bibliometric services or training in bibliometrics from your library are accounted for by graduate students and postdocs? Broken out by Type or Carnegie class

Table 9.4.3 As an estimate, about what percentage of the demand for bibliometric services or training in bibliometrics from your library are accounted for by graduate students and postdocs? Broken out by Annual tuition, $

Table 9.4.4 As an estimate, about what percentage of the demand for bibliometric services or training in bibliometrics from your library are accounted for by graduate students and postdocs? Broken out by Enrollment

Table 9.4.5 As an estimate, about what percentage of the demand for bibliometric services or training in bibliometrics from your library are accounted for by graduate students and postdocs? Broken out by USA or non-USA

Table 9.5.1 As an estimate, about what percentage of the demand for bibliometric services or training in bibliometrics from your library are accounted for by undergraduates?

Table 9.5.2 As an estimate, about what percentage of the demand for bibliometric services or training in bibliometrics from your library are accounted for by undergraduates? Broken out by Type or Carnegie class

Table 9.5.3 As an estimate, about what percentage of the demand for bibliometric services or training in bibliometrics from your library are accounted for by undergraduates? Broken out by Annual tuition, $

Table 9.5.4 As an estimate, about what percentage of the demand for bibliometric services or training in bibliometrics from your library are accounted for by undergraduates? Broken out by Enrollment

Table 9.5.5 As an estimate, about what percentage of the demand for bibliometric services or training in bibliometrics from your library are accounted for by undergraduates? Broken out by USA or non-USA

What efforts has your library made in providing alternatives to traditional bibliometric techniques, alternatives which are often described under the banner "altmetrics"?

Table 10.1 How much confidence do you have that altmetric methods have already or will become reliable and competitive means of evaluating scholarly output similar to traditional bibliometric methods?

Table 10.2 How much confidence do you have that altmetric methods have already or will become reliable and competitive means of evaluating scholarly output similar to traditional bibliometric methods? Broken out by Type or Carnegie class

Table 10.3 How much confidence do you have that altmetric methods have already or will become reliable and competitive means of evaluating scholarly output similar to traditional bibliometric methods? Broken out by Annual tuition, $

Table 10.4 How much confidence do you have that altmetric methods have already or will become reliable and competitive means of evaluating scholarly output similar to traditional bibliometric methods? Broken out by Enrollment

Table 10.5 How much confidence do you have that altmetric methods have already or will become reliable and competitive means of evaluating scholarly output similar to traditional bibliometric methods? Broken out by USA or non-USA

Table 11.1 Has your library obtained from publishers or any other information vendors badges or other constructs or applications that enable readers of a particular book or journal article to get information, often in real time, of how many times and where a book or journal article has been cited in blogs, listservs, social media and some other sources?

Table 11.2 Has your library obtained from publishers or any other information vendors badges or other constructs or applications that enable readers of a particular book or journal article to get information, often in real time, of how many times and where a book or journal article has been cited in blogs, listservs, social media and some other sources? Broken out by Type or Carnegie class

Table 11.3 Has your library obtained from publishers or any other information vendors badges or other constructs or applications that enable readers of a particular book or journal article to get information, often in real time, of how many times and where a book or journal article has been cited in blogs, listservs, social media and some other sources? Broken out by Annual tuition, $

Table 11.4 Has your library obtained from publishers or any other information vendors badges or other constructs or applications that enable readers of a particular book or journal article to get information, often in real time, of how many times and where a book or journal article has been cited in blogs, listservs, social media and some other sources? Broken out by Enrollment

Table 11.5 Has your library obtained from publishers or any other information vendors badges or other constructs or applications that enable readers of a particular book or journal article to get information, often in real time, of how many times and where a book or journal article has been cited in blogs, listservs, social media and some other sources? Broken out by USA or non-USA

If the library has obtained such constructs or applications where has your library purchased them from and what has been the library’s experience with them?

Table 12.1 Has the library ever developed measures of how faculty scholarly output is used by faculty, students and staff of your own institution?

Table 12.2 Has the library ever developed measures of how faculty scholarly output is used by faculty, students and staff of your own institution? Broken out by Type or Carnegie class

Table 12.3 Has the library ever developed measures of how faculty scholarly output is used by faculty, students and staff of your own institution? Broken out by Annual tuition, $

Table 12.4 Has the library ever developed measures of how faculty scholarly output is used by faculty, students and staff of your own institution? Broken out by Enrollment

Table 12.5 Has the library ever developed measures of how faculty scholarly output is used by faculty, students and staff of your own institution? Broken out by USA or non-USA

Table 13 If yes which of the following are used to determine internal use rates? (Check all that apply)

Table 13.1.1 If yes, is a link resolver used to determine internal use rates?

Table 13.1.2 If yes, is a link resolver used to determine internal use rates? Broken out by Type or Carnegie class

Table 13.1.3 If yes, is a link resolver used to determine internal use rates? Broken out by Annual tuition, $

Table 13.1.4 If yes, is a link resolver used to determine internal use rates? Broken out by Enrollment

Table 13.1.5 If yes, is a link resolver used to determine internal use rates? Broken out by USA or non-USA

Table 13.2.1 If yes, is a library website used to determine internal use rates?

Table 13.2.2 If yes, is a library website used to determine internal use rates? Broken out by Type or Carnegie class

Table 13.2.3 If yes, is a library website used to determine internal use rates? Broken out by Annual tuition, $

Table 13.2.4 If yes, is a library website used to determine internal use rates? Broken out by Enrollment

Table 13.2.5 If yes, is a library website used to determine internal use rates? Broken out by USA or non-USA

Table 13.3.1 If yes, is an institutional digital repository used to determine internal use rates?

Table 13.3.2 If yes, is an institutional digital repository used to determine internal use rates? Broken out by Type or Carnegie class

Table 13.3.3 If yes, is an institutional digital repository used to determine internal use rates? Broken out by Annual tuition, $

Table 13.3.4 If yes, is an institutional digital repository used to determine internal use rates? Broken out by Enrollment

Table 13.3.5 If yes, is an institutional digital repository used to determine internal use rates? Broken out by USA or non-USA

Table 13.4.1 If yes, is a library catalog used to determine internal use rates?

Table 13.4.2 If yes, is a library catalog used to determine internal use rates? Broken out by Type or Carnegie class

Table 13.4.3 If yes, is a library catalog used to determine internal use rates? Broken out by Annual tuition, $

Table 13.4.4 If yes, is a library catalog used to determine internal use rates? Broken out by Enrollment

Table 13.4.5 If yes, is a library catalog used to determine internal use rates? Broken out by USA or non-USA

Table 13.5.1 If yes, are vendor supplied statistics used to determine internal use rates?

Table 13.5.2 If yes, are vendor supplied statistics used to determine internal use rates? Broken out by Type or Carnegie class

Table 13.5.3 If yes, are vendor supplied statistics used to determine internal use rates? Broken out by Annual tuition, $

Table 13.5.4 If yes, are vendor supplied statistics used to determine internal use rates? Broken out by Enrollment

Table 13.5.5 If yes, are vendor supplied statistics used to determine internal use rates? Broken out by USA or non-USA

Table 14 Which of the following does your library use as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts? (check all that apply)

Table 14.1.1 Does your library use Google Analytics as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts?

Table 14.1.2 Does your library use Google Analytics as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts? Broken out by Type or Carnegie class

Table 14.1.3 Does your library use Google Analytics as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts? Broken out by Annual tuition, $

Table 14.1.4 Does your library use Google Analytics as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts? Broken out by Enrollment

Table 14.1.5 Does your library use Google Analytics as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts? Broken out by USA or non-USA

Table 14.2.1 Does your library use Facebook Insights as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts?

Table 14.2.2 Does your library use Facebook Insights as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts? Broken out by Type or Carnegie class

Table 14.2.3 Does your library use Facebook Insights as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts? Broken out by Annual tuition, $

Table 14.2.4 Does your library use Facebook Insights as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts? Broken out by Enrollment

Table 14.2.5 Does your library use Facebook Insights as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts? Broken out by USA or non-USA

Table 14.3.1 Does your library use TwitterCounter as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts?

Table 14.3.2 Does your library use TwitterCounter as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts? Broken out by Type or Carnegie class

Table 14.3.3 Does your library use TwitterCounter as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts? Broken out by Annual tuition, $

Table 14.3.4 Does your library use TwitterCounter as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts? Broken out by Enrollment

Table 14.3.5 Does your library use TwitterCounter as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts? Broken out by USA or non-USA

Table 14.4.1 Does your library use Buzzsumo as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts?

Table 14.4.2 Does your library use Buzzsumo as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts? Broken out by Type or Carnegie class

Table 14.4.3 Does your library use Buzzsumo as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts? Broken out by Annual tuition, $

Table 14.4.4 Does your library use Buzzsumo as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts? Broken out by Enrollment

Table 14.4.5 Does your library use Buzzsumo as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts? Broken out by USA or non-USA

Table 14.5.1 Does your library use 360Counter as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts?

Table 14.5.2 Does your library use 360Counter as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts? Broken out by Type or Carnegie class

Table 14.5.3 Does your library use 360Counter as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts? Broken out by Annual tuition, $

Table 14.5.4 Does your library use 360Counter as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts? Broken out by Enrollment

Table 14.5.5 Does your library use 360Counter as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts? Broken out by USA or non-USA

Table 14.6.1 Does your library use IconoSquare as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts?

Table 14.6.2 Does your library use IconoSquare as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts? Broken out by Type or Carnegie class

Table 14.6.3 Does your library use IconoSquare as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts? Broken out by Annual tuition, $

Table 14.6.4 Does your library use IconoSquare as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts? Broken out by Enrollment

Table 14.6.5 Does your library use IconoSquare as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts? Broken out by USA or non-USA

Table 14.7.1 Does your library use AWStats as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts?

Table 14.7.2 Does your library use AWStats as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts? Broken out by Type or Carnegie class

Table 14.7.3 Does your library use AWStats as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts? Broken out by Annual tuition, $

Table 14.7.4 Does your library use AWStats as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts? Broken out by Enrollment

Table 14.7.5 Does your library use AWStats as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts? Broken out by USA or non-USA

Table 14.8.1 Does your library use Mixpanel as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts?

Table 14.8.2 Does your library use Mixpanel as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts? Broken out by Type or Carnegie class

Table 14.8.3 Does your library use Mixpanel as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts? Broken out by Annual tuition, $

Table 14.8.4 Does your library use Mixpanel as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts? Broken out by Enrollment

Table 14.8.5 Does your library use Mixpanel as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts? Broken out by USA or non-USA

Table 14.9.1 Does your library use PiWik as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts?

Table 14.9.2 Does your library use PiWik as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts? Broken out by Type or Carnegie class

Table 14.9.3 Does your library use PiWik as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts? Broken out by Annual tuition, $

Table 14.9.4 Does your library use PiWik as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts? Broken out by Enrollment

Table 14.9.5 Does your library use PiWik as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts? Broken out by USA or non-USA

Table 14.10.1 Does your library use Decision Center as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts?

Table 14.10.2 Does your library use Decision Center as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts? Broken out by Type or Carnegie class

Table 14.10.3 Does your library use Decision Center as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts? Broken out by Annual tuition, $

Table 14.10.4 Does your library use Decision Center as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts? Broken out by Enrollment

Table 14.10.5 Does your library use Decision Center as a significant tool in its altmetrics efforts? Broken out by USA or non-USA

Table 15.1 How much annual staff time in hours would you say that your library staff expends in teaching faculty about publication lists and rankings, citation impact tools and methods, and other bibliometric and citation analysis processes and procedures? (one person working full time would be about 1850 hours)

Table 15.2 How much annual staff time in hours would you say that your library staff expends in teaching faculty about publication lists and rankings, citation impact tools and methods, and other bibliometric and citation analysis processes and procedures? (one person working full time would be about 1850 hours) Broken out by Type or Carnegie class

Table 15.3 How much annual staff time in hours would you say that your library staff expends in teaching faculty about publication lists and rankings, citation impact tools and methods, and other bibliometric and citation analysis processes and procedures? (one person working full time would be about 1850 hours) Broken out by Annual tuition, $

Table 15.4 How much annual staff time in hours would you say that your library staff expends in teaching faculty about publication lists and rankings, citation impact tools and methods, and other bibliometric and citation analysis processes and procedures? (one person working full time would be about 1850 hours) Broken out by Enrollment

Table 15.5 How much annual staff time in hours would you say that your library staff expends in teaching faculty about publication lists and rankings, citation impact tools and methods, and other bibliometric and citation analysis processes and procedures? (one person working full time would be about 1850 hours) Broken out by USA or non-USA

Table 16 Does the library produce any of the following?

Table 16.1.1 Does the library produce ad hoc bibliometric reports when requested by faculty or administration?

Table 16.1.2 Does the library produce ad hoc bibliometric reports when requested by faculty or administration? Broken out by Type or Carnegie class

Table 16.1.3 Does the library produce ad hoc bibliometric reports when requested by faculty or administration? Broken out by Annual tuition, $

Table 16.1.4 Does the library produce ad hoc bibliometric reports when requested by faculty or administration? Broken out by Enrollment

Table 16.1.5 Does the library produce ad hoc bibliometric reports when requested by faculty or administration? Broken out by USA or non-USA

Table 16.2.1 Does the library produce reports in specific fields produced at regular and expected intervals?

Table 16.2.2 Does the library produce reports in specific fields produced at regular and expected intervals? Broken out by Type or Carnegie class

Table 16.2.3 Does the library produce reports in specific fields produced at regular and expected intervals? Broken out by Annual tuition, $

Table 16.2.4 Does the library produce reports in specific fields produced at regular and expected intervals? Broken out by Enrollment

Table 16.2.5 Does the library produce reports in specific fields produced at regular and expected intervals? Broken out by USA or non-USA

Table 16.3.1 Does the library produce bibliometric reports about scholarly output of library personnel or faculty?

Table 16.3.2 Does the library produce bibliometric reports about scholarly output of library personnel or faculty? Broken out by Type or Carnegie class

Table 16.3.3 Does the library produce bibliometric reports about scholarly output of library personnel or faculty? Broken out by Annual tuition, $

Table 16.3.4 Does the library produce bibliometric reports about scholarly output of library personnel or faculty? Broken out by Enrollment

Table 16.3.5 Does the library produce bibliometric reports about scholarly output of library personnel or faculty? Broken out by USA or non-USA

Table 17.1 Does the library manage a bibliometric database that periodically measures the frequency of citation, importance of citation channels or other measures of how faculty publications are cited and used?

Table 17.2 Does the library manage a bibliometric database that periodically measures the frequency of citation, importance of citation channels or other measures of how faculty publications are cited and used? Broken out by Type or Carnegie class

Table 17.3 Does the library manage a bibliometric database that periodically measures the frequency of citation, importance of citation channels or other measures of how faculty publications are cited and used? Broken out by Annual tuition, $

Table 17.4 Does the library manage a bibliometric database that periodically measures the frequency of citation, importance of citation channels or other measures of how faculty publications are cited and used? Broken out by Enrollment

Table 17.5 Does the library manage a bibliometric database that periodically measures the frequency of citation, importance of citation channels or other measures of how faculty publications are cited and used? Broken out by USA or non-USA

If yes please describe this database and how it is maintained and used.

How does the library promote its bibliometric and citation analysis services?

What advice can you offer to your peers on the best way to establish, promote and manage a bibliometric service at their college or university?

Which libraries do you feel maintain particularly noteworthy altmetric and/or bibliometric services and what do you like about them?

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- Angelo State University Library
- Center for Research Libraries
- Coastal Carolina University
- Eastern Mennonite University
- Grand Rapids Community College
- Idaho State University
- Jackson State Community College
- Jefferson Community & Technical College
- London South Bank University
- Mercer County Community College
- Messiah College
- Millersville University
- Ouachita Baptist University
- Pfeiffer University
- Radford University
- Royal Society of Medicine
- Santa Fe Community College
- Southwest Texas Junior College
- SUNY New Paltz
- Texas Tech University
- The Catholic University of America
- The Graduate Center, CUNY
- U.S. Coast Guard Academy
- University of Manchester
- University of Minnesota
- University of North Florida
- University of Winchester
- University of Worcester
- Virginia Tech

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