Recherche scientifique

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Chapitre de livre

Parité de genre et genre de parité dans les revues québécoises.

[Chapitre 13] Résumé du livre: Résolument multidisciplinaire, cet ouvrage cherche à mettre en lumière la pluralité des rôles qu’ont joués les revues culturelles, reconnues ou marginales, dans l’histoire du Québec. D’un certain « canon revuiste » à des périodiques qui, sans être de « petites revues » ou de « petites feuilles », sont moins étudiés, il entreprend une traversée intellectuelle […] Lire la suite

Articles avec comité de lecture

Interdisciplinary Patterns of Highly Cited Papers: An Analysis from Disciplinary Perspective

Previous research indicated that highly cited papers’ interdisciplinary patterns exhibit higher variety, lower balance and lower disparity. This paper challenges those finding, and compares the variety, balance and disparity of all papers published in 2000, categorized into six percentile-rank classes of citation rates. Our results demonstrate that, in most disciplines, highly cited papers exhibit higher […] Lire la suite

Articles avec comité de lecture

Task specialization and its effects on research careers

Research careers are typically envisioned as a single path in which a scientist starts as a member of a team working under the guidance of one or more experienced scientists and, if they are successful, ends with the individual leading their own research group and training future generations of scientists. Here we study the author […] Lire la suite

Articles avec comité de lecture

Classifications of science and their effects on bibliometric evaluations

Disciplinary classification of science is essential to bibliometric analyses. Given the conceptual and technical difficulties in classifying individual papers into disciplines and specialties, most classifications systems are implemented at the journal level, which affects the classification of papers published in multidisciplinary journals. In order to investigate the effect of the different classification systems on bibliometric […] Lire la suite

Chronique

COVID-19: Where is the data?

The arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic has led many to argue that scholarly communication and publishing is undergoing a revolution, in terms of not only the wider opening of access to research, but also the data underlying it. In this post Julien Larrègue, Philippe Vincent-Lamarre, Frédéric Lebaron, and Vincent Larivière, discuss findings from their study […] Lire la suite

Journaux & Blogues

Une année intense pour la recherche scientifique

Le Devoir se penche sur l’année intense que la recherche scientifique a vécu avec l’arrivée de la pandémie de COVID-19. Vincent Larivière se prononce quant à lui sur l’essor de la science ouverte afin de mieux diffuser l’information scientifique. Lire la suite

Articles avec comité de lecture

Collection development in the era of big deals

Drawing on an original methodology using citations, downloads, and survey data, this paper analyses journal usage patterns across 28 Canadian universities. Results show that usage levels vary across disciplines, and that different academic platforms varied in their importance to different institutions, with for-profit platforms generally exhibiting lower usage. These results suggest economic inefficiencies exist in […] Lire la suite