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Webinar on Web of Science Publons Platform

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  1. 1. Webinar on Web of Science Platform: Publons Track more of your research impact ‫حسنين‬ ‫عطيفى‬ ‫ابوالعال‬ ‫الدكتور‬ ‫االستاذ‬ ‫المصرية‬ ‫البحثية‬ ‫العلمية‬ ‫المدرسة‬ ‫ورئيس‬ ‫مؤسس‬ ‫المعلومات‬ ‫وتكنولوجيا‬ ‫االتصاالت‬ ‫مجلس‬ ‫مقرر‬–‫العلمى‬ ‫البحث‬ ‫أكاديمية‬-‫اإلص‬ ‫والذكاء‬ ‫الحاسبات‬ ‫بكلية‬ ‫واألستاذ‬‫طناعى‬– ‫القاهرة‬ ‫جامعة‬-‫العلمى‬ ‫للبحث‬ ‫العالمية‬ ‫سكوبس‬ ‫جائزة‬ ‫على‬ ‫الحاصل‬2019‫للعلوم‬ ‫االسالمية‬ ‫الدول‬ ‫منظمة‬ ‫وجائزة‬ ‫والثقافة‬(‫اإليسيسكو‬)–‫عبد‬ ‫وجائزة‬‫االولى‬ ‫الطبقة‬ ‫من‬ ‫والفنون‬ ‫العلوم‬ ‫ووسام‬ ‫العرب‬ ‫للباحثين‬ ‫شومان‬ ‫الحميد‬‫ج‬ ‫وجائزة‬ ‫العلمى‬ ‫للتفوق‬ ‫القاهرة‬ ‫جامعة‬ ‫وجائزة‬ ‫للتفوق‬ ‫الدولة‬ ‫وجائزة‬ ‫االنسانية‬ ‫للعلوم‬ ‫الكويت‬ ‫و‬………………………………………....‫من‬ ‫أكثر‬50‫وتكريم‬ ‫جائزة‬ ‫الثالثاء‬30‫يونيو‬ 2020–‫القاهرة‬ ‫بتوقيت‬ ‫مساء‬ ‫السابعة‬ ‫الساعة‬
  2. 2. Do Not Play With Fire Plagiarism Excessive Self-Citation Fabrication Falsifications
  3. 3. Once every year, around 30-40 Nobel Laureates convene in Lindau to meet the next generation of leading scientists: 600 undergraduates, PhD students, and post-doc researchers from all over the world. The Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings foster the exchange among scientists of different generations, cultures, and disciplines. 1951 Online Science Days 2020
  4. 4. Online Science Days 2020 The Online Science Days 2020 have started From 28 June – 1 July Nobel Laureates, Lin dau Alumni, young scientists and economists gather for a virtual event. As the 70th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting and the 7th Lindau Meeting on Economic Science have been postponed, the Online Science Days are this years' virtual alternative for scientific exchange.
  5. 5. Online Science Days 2020
  6. 6. Visibility
  7. 7. Lindau Island
  8. 8. Linden tree ‫الزعفران‬ ‫شجرة‬
  9. 9. Webinar on Web of Science Publons Platform: Track more of your research impact Webinar on Web of Science Platform: Publons Track more of your research impact 30 June 2020 by Professor Aboul Ella Hassanien
  10. 10. • Publons: General • Publons for Publishers • Publons for Authors • Publons for Peer reviewers • Publons for Editors • Publons Academy Agenda Webinar on Web of Science Platform: Publons Track more of your research impact 30 June 2020 by Professor Aboul Ella Hassanien
  11. 11. Publons: General
  12. 12. Web of Science is a platform consisting of several literature search databases designed to support scientific and scholarly research. Web of Science Web of Science Core Collection is our premier resource on the platform and includes over 21,000 peer-reviewed, high-quality scholarly journals published worldwide (including Open Access journals); over 205,000 conference proceedings; and over 104,000 editorially selected books. Search across all databases on the platform to find content spanning multiple disciplines, document types, and formats.
  13. 13. Webinar on Web of Science platform: Publons Track more of your research impact
  14. 14. Peer Review Process
  15. 15. PeerReviewCriteria
  16. 16. Publons Publons is a website that allows academics to track, verify, and display their peer review and/or editorial achievements,freeofcharge.Essentially,Publonsactsas a social network for over 600,000 researchers, used to showcase reviewers, journals, conferences, publications, andinstitutionsalike. Publons is a freeservice that makes it easyforresearchers to track and demonstrate theirimpactasauthors,journaleditors,andpeerreviewers.
  17. 17. Publons Publons for Researchers • Publons is powered by integrations with the Web of Science, ORCiD and thousands of scholarly journals to provide industry- leading, trustworthy information so you can show the world more of your research impact. Publons for Publishers • Publons has a range of peer review solutions designed to help publishers bring greater transparency, recognition, quality, and efficiency to theirpeerreviewprocesses. • Publons is partnered with thousands of the world's scholarly journals. Learn more about our services for publishers.
  18. 18. Harness the power of peer review Thousands of scholarly journals trust Publons modern peer review solutions to help them improve the quality and efficiency of their peer review processes. (1) Give your reviewers the recognition they deserve and build stronger relationships with your community (2) Unique insights into reviewer behavior and performance (3) Reliably find, visible, and connect with the right reviewers Invest in peer review so your journals succeed
  19. 19. PublonsReviewerRecognitionService https://publons.freshdesk.com/support/home
  20. 20. Part-I Publons For Publishers
  21. 21. All publishers Integrating journals with Publons Reviewer Recognition Service Build stronger relationships with researchers by providing a modern and rewarding peer review experience.
  22. 22. Why integrate with Publons? 1. A better reviewer experience
  23. 23. Why integrate with Publons? 2. Unique insights into your review process & performance
  24. 24. • Publons is committed to improving the quality of peer review and, in turn, research. • By partnering with Publons, you are helping show the world that peer review is not only a service to one's field, but a measurable indicator of their expertise. • Together we can help researchers showcase their previously hidden peer review contributions, giving them more reason to want to review and to review better. Why integrate with Publons? 3. Show your journal(s) are committed to improving peer review & research
  25. 25. • Once Journal(s) partnered, we can send emails with your branding and logo to those of your reviewers who have opted-in to Publons, automatically increasing communications with your reviewers and their exposure to your brand. Why integrate with Publons? 4. Enhance your brand recognition
  26. 26. Part-II Publons For Peer Review
  27. 27. Earning Publons Merit *Publons mints DOIs for reviews which have received at least two endorsements. • Pre-publication peer review is vital to enriching and safeguarding thequalityandintegrityofpublishedresearch • This merit acts as a running total of your contributions and is calculatedasfollows: – +1meritforaddingareviewtoPublons – +2meritforhavingareviewverified – +2meritforpublishingthecontentofareview – +2meritforscoringthequalityandsignificanceofamanuscript – +1meritforeachendorsementyourreviewreceives onPublons
  28. 28. Publons Transparent Peer Review • Greater vision and appreciation for peer reviewers • Ability to enhance research integrity and reproduction • Help prevent fraudulent review and review manipulations
  29. 29. Add pre- publication reviews to Publons Verifying Reviews What Review Information is Displayed? Default Review Permissions Publisher & Journal Review Policies The Author's Preferences Who owns the Review? Scoring Papers Add Post- publication Reviews to Publons Earning Publons Merit Excellent Reviews Assigning DOIs for your Reviews Printable Review Record for your CV Synchronize your ORCID and Publons accounts Adding Manuscripts Functions Publons for Reviewers Webinar on Web of Science platform: Publons Track more of your research impact
  30. 30. Add pre-publication reviews to Publons • Publons allows you to add reviews performed for journals or conferences to a public profile (with the privacy settings you choose) and have them verified to be used in promotion and funding applications Add reviews performed for partnered journals Send review receipts to reviews@publons.com Enable auto-updates Add reviews through the forms on the site. Webinar on Web of Science platform: Publons Track more of your research impact
  31. 31. Verifying Reviews Automatic verification • When you review for one of our partnered journals, you elect to add the review to your Publons record from within the review software (e.g. ScholarOne manuscripts or Editorial manager). • This means that the review is verified and added to your profile instantly. Editor verification • For reviews added through the forms on our site or emailed to reviews@publons.com, we check with the editor to confirm that you performed the review.
  32. 32. Review Permissions Privacy • Do not show this review on my profile – This review will never be displayed publicly other than to you. • Show publisher only – Only display the year of review and publisher's name on your profile. You will never be publicly linked to the journal or publication. • Show journal – Only display the year of review and journal's name on your profile. You will never be publicly linked to the publication. • Show journal and article title – Display the month of review and a link to the publication on your profile. The publication will show you as a reviewer if you published the content of your review. Content • Your content setting determines what review content is publicly displayed on Publons. – Hide review content The content of your review will never be publicly displayed. – Publish review content The content of your review will be publicly displayed and discoverable if you also signed the review. Publons developed a comprehensive range of options to make sure you can track and verify all of your review efforts without ever infringing on journal policies, or compromising reviewer preferences for anonymity or openness.*Default review permission: Privacy: Show journal & Content: Hide review content Publonsneverdisplayinformationaboutthe manuscriptuntilthemanuscripthasbeenpublished.
  33. 33. Publisher & Journal Review Policies A journal may restrict privacy to "Show journal" • Ifyouelectto"Showjournalandarticletitle" butthejournalhasrestricted privacyto"Show journal",the"Showjournal"permissionwillbe usedwhendisplayingyourreview. An author or journal may disallow publishing of review content • Ifyouelectto"Publishreviewcontent" butan authorofthepublicationorthejournal disallowspublishingreviewcontent, the"Hide reviewcontent"permissionwillbeusedwhen displayingyourreview. Some publishers require that you attain permission from the journal or the author before you publish or sign your name to your review(s).
  34. 34. The Author's Preferences Allow review content to be published • Reviewcontentwillonlybe displayedifthejournal'spolicy allowsitandthereviewerhas electedtodoso. Disallow review content from being published • Review content will not be displayed even if both the journal's policy allows it and the reviewer haselectedtodoso. You only have control over whether a reviewer can publish review content. Whether or not a reviewer signs a review (i.e. has their name published as a reviewer of the manuscript) is decided by the reviewer and journal's policy. *Author can find journal or publisher policies (where these have been set) from the journal page.
  35. 35. Owns the Review Unless you have signed a waiver, you own the copyright to your review Webinar on Web of Science platform: Publons Track more of your research impact DOI
  36. 36. Publons Review Score • A Publons Score – gives a quick insight to the general opinion of the Publons community on a manuscript. – Each Publons account may score each paper only once. • Scoring – is always completely anonymous and scores are not displayed until the manuscript has been published. – Scores help with comparing and filtering published articles giving a more meaningful indicator of an article's quality than indirect metrics, such as a Journal's Impact Factor. • A score is generated by selecting a number from 0-10 in two fields, these fields are Quality and Significance. – Quality is intended to be a measure of the paper's methodology, while – Significance is intended to denote the paper's novelty as well as relevance to its field and journal. Webinar on Web of Science platform: Publons Track more of your research impact NOTE: Scored reviews which do not meet the requirements for excellence will not be indicated on your profile or any other public part of the site.
  37. 37. Blind reviews are Not always needed • The majority of peer reviews today are single blind and unpublished. This is primarily: – To ensure that reviewers are willing and able to speak freely, which is particularly important for early career researchers. – To protect authors from having their papers "scooped" before they are published. • While blindness helps reviewers to speak freely, many authors can point to times where they've felt that an anonymous reviewer was lazy, asked for unnecessary citations, or otherwise pushed their own agenda. • With this in mind, we have to ask why should we prevent a reviewer from signing their name to a review if they wish to do so? Similarly, if an author and a reviewer agree to publish the reviews of a manuscript, after the manuscript has been made public, why would we stop them?
  38. 38. Publons policy • In every case, reviewers can not share any details about the manuscript (manuscript title, review content) until the manuscript is published. • After publication, – the reviewer decides if they publicly associate their name with the article (unless this is forbidden by the journal). – the reviewer decides if they publish the content of their review (unless this is forbidden by the journal). • The author, editor, or journal – can request a published review to be hidden at any time, although we do ask that they consider why this is necessary. • Journals – can specify blanket policies to apply to all reviews added to Publons for their journal.
  39. 39. The Global Peer Review Awards are announced each year during Peer Review Week. #PeerRevWk19 runs from 16 - 20 September, 2019, and is dedicated to all things peer review. It brings recognition to reviewers worldwide, and raises awareness of the key challenges they face, including:
  40. 40. Publons for Authors/Researchers Part-III
  41. 41. How do I add my publications to Publons? What are the citation counts Publons associated with my publications What is the Web of Science Core Collection? What fields are required and allowed for file import of publications to Publons? How do I export my Publications to ORCID? Can I hide my publications on Publons? How do I get a Web of Science ResearcherID? What are my publication metrics? How do I export my Web of Science ResearcherID to ORCID? How can I delete publications on Publons? What is my profile summary page? Publons for Authors Webinar on Web of Science platform: Publons Track more of your research impact
  42. 42. Publons for Authors Adding your publications to Publons click on Import Publications on your dashboard’s publication history page Import from Web of Science If you select this option we will use your name, publishing aliases, and email addresses to query Web of Science and allow you to claim the publications returned. Select “Show filters”. You will now see a list of unselected publications as well as filters for Year, Institution, and Publishing Name. Select the configuration of filters which gives you the most accurate list and then select those publications which you have authored. Click “Import selected publications” and we will begin importing those papers. While the selected papers are imported we will show you other papers we think have a high likelihood of being yours. You can add these to your publication history by clicking “Add” alongside any appropriate rows. What fields are required and allowed for file import of publications to Publons? (RID,CSV,…) https://publons.freshdesk.com/support/solutions/articles/12000062051-what-fields-are- required-and-allowed-for-file-import-of-publications-to-publons- Webinar on Web of Science platform: Publons Track more of your research impact
  43. 43. Publons Researcher Dashboard https://publons.com/dashboard/summary/
  44. 44. Author Affiliation on Publons Adding • Adding your affiliations to your Publons profile is a great way to share your background with experts on Publons, as well as editors looking for reviewers. • You can add these on the Affiliation Settings page on your dashboard. • There are two fields: – a box to provide a description – a box for a URL • For example, if you have a LinkedIn profile, put 'LinkedIn' in the first box, and paste the URL to your LinkedIn profile page in the URL box. Editorial board memberships • Publons offers you the option to display your Editorial Board Memberships on your profile. Editorial Board Memberships will include Advisory Board Memberships. These can be added via your affiliations settings. CREATE A PUBLONS PROFILE
  45. 45. • You will see these citations in the following places: • Alongside your publications on your public profile • On the publication browse table • On publication detail pages (e.g. https://publons.com/p/1/) • In your review history • In your publication history • In your editor history • In your followed publications list A citation count of '-' indicates that we are unable to find a record of this paper in the Web of Science Core Collection. A citation count of '0' indicates that we have found that paper in Web of Science but that there are no citations recorded for it there. Publons for Authors Citation counts associated with author publications Publons uses the Web of Science Core Collection, 21,000 journals hand-selected and re-evaluated by expert editors, to calculate citation counts citation counts on Publons may be lower than e.g. Google Scholar and h-indexes. If you believe you are missing Web of Science Core Collection citations on your profile, please create a support ticket for assistance here: https://publons.freshdesk.com/support/tickets/n ew Webinar on Web of Science platform: Publons Track more of your research impact
  46. 46. • JournalsareselectedforinclusionintheWebofScienceCore Collectionusingasinglesetoftwentyeightevaluationcriteria journals: – Twentyfourqualitycriteria(designedtoselectforeditorialrigorand bestpracticeatthejournallevel) – Fourimpactcriteriadesignedtoselectthemostinfluentialjournalsin theirrespectivefields. • JournalsthatmeetthequalitycriteriaenterEmergingSourcesCitation Index(ESCI).Journalsthatmeettheadditionalimpactcriteriaenter • ScienceCitationIndexExpanded(SCIE), • SocialSciencesCitationIndex(SSCI)orArts&HumanitiesCitation Index(AHCI)dependingontheirsubjectarea. – ThesearedynamiccollectionssubjecttocontinuousPROCESSINGto ensurejournalsareintheappropriatecollection. Data taken from the Web of Science Core Collection is uniquely selective,basedonanindependenteditorialprocesscombined with over 50 years of essential, accurate and unique PROCESSING,resultingintheirunparalleleddatastructure Publons for Authors Web of Science Core Collection? The Web of Science Core Collection is a selected collection of over 21,000 peer-reviewed, high-quality scholarly journals published worldwide in over 250 science, social sciences, and humanities disciplines. Webinar on Web of Science platform: Publons Track more of your research impact
  47. 47. • Ifyoudonotwantapublicationto displaypubliclyonyourPublonsprofile, youneedtodeleteitfrom yourAuthoredPublicationList. • Youcanhideyourstatisticsandh-index fromappearingonyourpublicprofile (butstillbeabletoviewthesefrom yourPrivateDashboard)from yourProfileSettings. Publons for Authors Hide your publications on Publons
  48. 48. Publons for Authors Profile Card Your profile card is shown at the top of every profile page and gives an overview of yourself and the content associated with you on Publons. Fields in the profile card include: • Badges. There are Five badges available to be displayed on your profile: – “Web of Science indexed author” indicates that at least one of your publications has been indexed in Web of Science. – “Top peer reviewer” indicates that you have received at least one of Publons Peer Review Awards. – “Excellent reviewer” indicates that at least one of your reviews has been rated Excellent by your editor. – “Publons Academy graduate” indicates that you have graduated from the Publons Academy, our peer review training course. – “Publons Academy mentor” indicates that you have mentored at least one Publons Academy enrollee to graduation. Webinar on Web of Science platform: Publons Track more of your research impact
  49. 49. Publons for Authors Metrics • Review metrics shows a variety of metrics related to your peer review activity. All of these can be compared to any research field in our database by entering it in the field available. – “Verified reviews” is repeated from your profile card – “Verified reviews (last 12 months)” is the number of your verified reviews which were performed in the last 12 months. – “Review to publication ratio” is calculated using the total number of peer reviews and publications you have added to your profile. – “Verified editor records” is the total number of verified editor records you have added to your profile. – “Verified editor records (last 12 months)” is the number of your verified editor records which relate to manuscripts published in the last 12 months. – "Reviews per month" is a graph showing the number of verified reviews you have completed either per-month or cumulatively on a month-by month basis. – “Average word count” is a graph showing the average word count among reviews for which you have added the review content. Your impact over time •can contain two graphs, one displaying your publications and citations over time, and another showing your verified pre-publication reviews over time Publication metrics •H-index •Sum of times •Average citations per item •average citations per year Review metrics •Verified reviews” •Review to publication ratio •Verified editor records •Verified editor records (last 12 months) •Reviews per month •Average word count Webinar on Web of Science platform: Publons Track more of your research impact
  50. 50. Export publications Export your Publications to ORCID? • 1. On the ‘Permissions Settings’ page, click "Link your ORCID" and follow the steps to link your ORCID account to Publons. • 2. Once ORCID profile is linked, navigate back to permissions settings page and select ‘Grant Publons permission to update your ORCID works’ and confirm authorization request. • 3. Click on "Export Publications to ORCID now” Export your Web of Science ResearcherID to ORCID • IfyouwouldliketoexportyourWebofScience ResearcherIDtoyourORCIDprofileyoumustfirstgrant uspermissiontoupdateyourORCIDrecord.Onceyoudo thisyourWebofScienceResearcherIDwillbeexportedto the"OtherIDs"sectionofyourORCIDprofile. – Permission link: https://publons.com/dashboard/se ttings/permissions/ Criteria to export from Publons to ORCiD: Was not originally imported from ORCiD. Has a publication detail page on Publons. Has a DOI or a Web of Science accession number associated. Webinar on Web of Science platform: Publons Track more of your research impact
  51. 51. PUBLONS vs. SCOPUS Exploratory analysis of Publons metrics and their relationship with bibliometric and altimetry impact Webinar on Web of Science platform: Publons Track more of your research impact
  52. 52. Part-(IV) Publons for Editors
  53. 53. Publons for Editors Editors functions (A) • Editorial board and handling editors (B) • Adding your handling editor records on Publons (C) • Feedback to reviewers (D) • Rate the quality of reviews Editorial board vs. Handling Editor – Editorial board member: would be those who are seen as ahead figure forthe journal,contributing toeditorialstrategy. – Handling editors: would be those who handle the day to day peer review of individual articles submitted to a journal, and then making decisionsbasedonpeerreviewcomments. Webinar on Web of Science platform: Publons Track more of your research impact
  54. 54. Publons Feedback to reviewers Timeliness: The review assignment was completed within the time limits established by the editor. Clarity: The review was easily read and interpreted by the editor and authors. Helpfulness: Comments were constructive, relevant, and realistic. Thoroughness: The review gave adequate consideration to all aspects of the paper including methodology, figures, interpretation and presentation of results, ethics, relevance, etc. A review is deemed 'Excellent' if it receives a score of 9 or more out of a possible 12. Poor = 0 point Below Average = 1 points Average = 2 points Exceptional = 3 points Webinar on Web of Science platform: Publons Track more of your research impact
  55. 55. Part-V Publons Academy
  56. 56. Publons Academy • The Publons Academy is free, online, and practical course that equips you with the essential skills you need to become a master of peer review. Graduates of the course receive an official certificate and endorsement demonstrating their competency as a peer reviewer in their field. • The course is made up of 10https://publons.com/community/academy/?utm_source=Libguides&utm_medium=WoS Register NOW:
  57. 57. The benefits of Publons peer review training course • Gain practical experience by reviewing pre-prints and published papers in your field • Build your profile as a certified peer review reviewer (certification is free). • Connect and build relationships with journal editors and relevant journals • Benefit from one-to-one mentor
  58. 58. Your Journey through the Course
  59. 59. Peer review explained in 10 modules 1. Welcome to Publons Academy Get an overview of what will be covered in the modules and how the course works 2. Academic publishing and peer review Get an overview of the workflow of academic publishing and different types of peer review 3. What journals want Learn how to communicate with editors and what skills they value in peer reviewers 4. Ethical considerations Learn about author and reviewer biases, conflicts of interest, and misconduct 5. At first glance Learn how to approach a review, and what to look for in titles, abstracts, and reference lists 6. Evaluating introductions Learn what should be included in an introduction and what to look out for and comment on 7. Evaluating methodology Learn what makes a sound study design and how to recognize a poor one 8. Evaluating data and results Learn what to look for when evaluating data in tables and figures in the results section 9. Evaluating discussions and conclusions Learn what should be included and what to look for and comment on when evaluating discussions and conclusions 10. Structuring your reviews Learn how to structure and effectively communicate your constructive review
  60. 60. Your Role as a Mentor
  61. 61. References https://publons.com/

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