Category: Bibliometrics

For your research toolkit: Publish or Perish and is an extensive website created by Prof. Anne-Wil Harzing, Professor of International Management at Middlesex University and a founding member of Cygna, Supporting Women in Academic Network. The website was created in 1999, and it has since been a great source of information for academics, researchers, students, and librarians, regardless of the discipline or…Continue Reading For your research toolkit: Publish or Perish and

City University London Library: Everything under one ‘roof’

Some research tips: Explore the Library website Search for some articles on City Library Search Find book and journal titles on the Library Catalogue See our brand new Library Services: a guide for research Explore our subject guides and our researcher and social media guides. Find some new databases and electronic journals Work smarter: do research on…Continue Reading City University London Library: Everything under one ‘roof’

Social bookmarks

I’m collating some social bookmarks for researchers, these can be found in the Useful websites tab at the top of the blog home page and ones so far are below. See Diigo researcher blogs and website bookmarks at: Reference management bookmarks at: Social bookmarking bookmarks at: Open Educational Resources (OERs) Bibliometrics…Continue Reading Social bookmarks


The Web of Science database is very useful for citation or cited reference searching. Citation searching is a specialised type of searching which allows searching for articles or chapters which cite a particular work. This indicates relationships between works and also to some extent the impact a work has made on others in the field….Continue Reading Bibliometrics