SANLiC Conference 2021 (online)
The SANLiC Conference provides the opportunity for the exchange of ideas and information in support of scholarly electronic resource management among their member institutions. The intended beneficiary groups are e-resource librarians and other personnel who have an interest or stake in scholarly electronic resource management. The conference will gather brilliant minds and provide an excellent platform for publishers to interact with e-resource librarians within the context of consortium membership to make this a memorable experience for everyone attending, and promises to be the event not to be missed.
Digital Science are delighted to be attending and presenting the following presentation.
Date and time: Tuesday 3 August @ 14:40 – 15:00 SAST (13:40 – 14:00 BST)
From Funding to Impact: Empowering Universities in full institutional research analysis
The research activities of a university encompass far more than just academic publications. Digital Science’s Dimensions Analytics draws together nearly 6 million grants with over $2 trillion in awarded funding, 120 million publications, the world’s 137 million patents, hundreds of thousands of clinical trials, millions of datasets and policy documents from global NGOs, making full spectrum analysis of a university’s real collaborations, impact and research activities available for the first time. Ben McLeish and Lea Lipitakis demonstrate how these data have been gathered, interlinked nearly 5 billion times and affiliated to researchers, institutions and countries, as well as how these data can be used to benchmark institutions, analyse Open Access trends, funding patterns and much more.
Digital Science presenters: Ben McLeish, Directory of Advocacy and Outreach and Lea Lipitakis, Product Solutions Manager for Dimensions
Meet our speakers
Ben McLeish: Ben has been the Director of Advocacy and Outreach at Digital Science since 2018, prior to that he was European Sales Lead at Altmetric, also a Digital Science company, for four years. Ben has worked in academic publishing and information services since 2004. Previously at John Wiley & Sons and The American Chemical Society, he represented the introduction of the Summon Library Discovery service in Northern Europe while at ProQuest.
Ben has also worked in TV and radio Media Monitoring in Australia as well as CleanTech and Digital Media sector analysis
Lea Lipitakis: Lea is a Product Solutions Manager for Dimensions. Lea holds a Ph.D. in Bibliometrics, a Master’s degree in Management Science and specializes in the area of academic research performance evaluation and quantitative methodologies for measuring research performance. Lea has more than 10 years’ experience in the research information industry and academia. Before joining Digital Science, she had been conducting research in the area of Scientometrics and lecturing at the University of Kent, England.