Scholarly productivity of U.S. LIS faculty
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One aspect of faculty effectiveness can be measured through research productivity, and publication and citation rates can serve as an indicator of that productivity. This study, the fourth in a series to examine LIS faculty and program productivity as measured by publication and citation, uses the same methodology as the previous investigations. A consistent data instrument (the Social Science Citation Index) provided publication and citation data for LIS faculty, covering the years 1999 to 2004. Tables show the faculty and programs with the highest publication and citation rates, both overall and per capita, as well as a cumulative ranking of LIS programs based on faculty research productivity. This study, in conjunction with the three previous, documents an increase in LIS research productivity, suggesting an increase in faculty effectiveness.
Adkins, D., & Budd, J. M. (2006). Scholarly productivity of U. S. LIS faculty. Library & Information Science Research, 28(3), 374-389.Adkins, D., & Budd, J. M. (2006). Scholarly productivity of U. S. LIS faculty. Library & Information Science Research, 28(3), 374-389.