Análisis de citas de los proyectos de investigación (2012-2019) del Programa Graduado de Maestría en Administración de Empresas de la Pontificia Universidad Católica recinto de Mayagüez
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análisis de citas
bibliometría
bibliotecas académicas citation analysis
bibliometrics
academic libraries

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Camacho-Camacho, G. (2021). Análisis de citas de los proyectos de investigación (2012-2019) del Programa Graduado de Maestría en Administración de Empresas de la Pontificia Universidad Católica recinto de Mayagüez. Acceso. Revista Puertorriqueña De Bibliotecología Y Documentación, 2(1), 21 págs. Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.upr.edu/index.php/acceso/article/view/19033

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Este estudio analiza los patrones de citas en 20 proyectos de investigación del Programa Graduado de Maestrías en Administración de Empresas de la Pontificia Universidad Católica de Puerto Rico recinto de Mayagüez entre los años 2012 y 2019. En el análisis se miden aspectos tales como el tipo de formato, la edad, la disponibilidad en la biblioteca y la presencia en acceso abierto de los recursos citados. Para el estudio se empleó la técnica bibliométrica de análisis de las referencias citadas. Los resultados indican que la media de citas por proyecto es de 40 referencias. El formato de mayor cantidad de citas corresponde a los artículos de revistas. La media de la edad de los recursos citados es de 10 años. Se encuentra además que los estudiantes combinan recursos disponibles en la biblioteca con aquellos en acceso abierto. Se concluye con recomendaciones para el mejoramiento de los servicios a esta población y se confirma que la técnica de análisis de citas es todavía una de las herramientas de mayor importancia que tienen los bibliotecarios para evaluar su colección y las actividades de investigación de sus usuarios.

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