Bibliometric Study of Publications in Conference Proceedings of SRFLIS Summit during 2014-2019

Document Type : Original Article

Authors

1 Department of Library and Information Science,Faculty of Arts, University of Delhi, India.

2 Assistant Professor, Department of Library and Information Science, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar-Punjab, India

3 Librarian, KendriyaVidyalayaSangathan, Multai, Madhya Pradesh, India,

10.22054/dcm.2020.54606.1003

Abstract

The purpose of the study is to conduct bibliometric analysis of the research articles of SRFLIS Summit- International Conferences held during the year 2014-2019 and investigate the various dimensions of bibliometric study. The paper conducts bibliometric analysis of 220 articles which were published in the form of conference papers during the covered period. The study evaluates the various aspects of published conference articles of SRFLIS Summit. The study highlights the chronological distribution of papers, authorship pattern, geographical distribution, and affiliation of authors, citation pattern and length of articles. The results explore that the majority of the contributions by two authors. It is observed that a total of 2720 citations counted to the contributions and most cited documents are journal articles. The analysis of countries found that majority of contributions are from India and authors from New Delhi published maximum papers. The study evaluates the publication trends and has important implications for scholars and researchers

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