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Thinking about Outputs: Towards a Bibliographic Database for the Humanities and Social Sciences / Žic Fuchs, Milena.

By: Žic Fuchs, Milena.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleDescription: .Other title: Thinking about Outputs: Towards a Bibliographic Database for the Humanities and Social Sciences [Naslov na engleskom:].Subject(s): 6.03 | how to enhance the visibility of research outputs in the Humanities and Social Sciences, how to set up evaluation systems for the Humanities and Social Sciences, unsuccessful evaluation on basis of WoS, SCOPUS etc., report on bibliographic database mirror as fully as possible the output of European research in the Humanities and Social Sciences hrv | how to enhance the visibility of research outputs in the Humanities and Social Sciences, how to set up evaluation systems for the Humanities and Social Sciences, unsuccessful evaluation on basis of WoS, SCOPUS etc., report on bibliographic database mirror as fully as possible the output of European research in the Humanities and Social Sciences eng In: Strategic Workshop: Addressing the Shortage of Data on the Social Sciences and Humanities (14.-15.09.2010. ; Strasbourg, Francuska) Strategic Workshop: Addressing the Shortage of Data on the Social Sciences and HumanitiesSummary: Keynote adresses issues on how to enhance the visibility of research outputs in the Humanities and Social Sciences, how to set up evaluation systems for SSH. The unsuccessful evaluation on the basis of WoS, SCOPUS etc. is discussed. A new report on bibliographic databases shows full possibilities of mirroring the outputs of European research in the Humanities and Social Sciences, that is, their specific nature in regard to national languages, as well as specific nature in the specificity of outputs.
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Keynote adresses issues on how to enhance the visibility of research outputs in the Humanities and Social Sciences, how to set up evaluation systems for SSH. The unsuccessful evaluation on the basis of WoS, SCOPUS etc. is discussed. A new report on bibliographic databases shows full possibilities of mirroring the outputs of European research in the Humanities and Social Sciences, that is, their specific nature in regard to national languages, as well as specific nature in the specificity of outputs.

Projekt MZOS 130-1301049-1047

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