English  |  正體中文  |  简体中文  |  Items with full text/Total items : 888/888 (100%)
Visitors : 13639084      Online Users : 320
RC Version 7.0 © Powered By DSPACE, MIT. Enhanced by NTU Library IR team.
Scope Tips:
  • please add "double quotation mark" for query phrases to get precise results
  • please goto advance search for comprehansive author search
  • Adv. Search
    HomeLoginUploadHelpAboutAdminister Goto mobile version
    Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://ccur.lib.ccu.edu.tw/handle/A095B0000Q/511


    Title: 基於資料視覺化建構學術合作之社會網路分析;Social Network Analysis and Visualization of Collaboration
    Authors: 管錫篷;KUAN, HSI-PENG
    Contributors: 資訊管理系研究所
    Keywords: 資訊管理;D3.js;共同著作;資料視覺化;社會網路分析;學術生產力;知識圖譜;期刊發表;Information Management;D3.js;Co-authorship;Social Network Analysis;Data Visualization;Knowledge Map;Academic Productivity;Research Publication
    Date: 2017
    Issue Date: 2019-07-17
    Publisher: 資訊管理系研究所
    Abstract: 教師評鑑與學術生產力向來是許多學者重視的議題,學術生產力與對於教師晉升、任期決定、期刊投稿品質等都有著重大影響。過往有學者認為合作關係有助於提升期刊投稿品質與學術生產力。比起過往的個人著作,近年合作著作越來越多。自2005年起,教育部提出了「追求卓越計畫」與「頂尖大學」計畫以提升臺灣大學的競爭力與國際觀,且以SCI/SSCI/TSSCI投稿篇數來檢測各大專院校研究結果。亦有學者推薦投稿清單,鼓勵台灣學者投稿以提升期刊品質。即使在學術上已有許多於學術評鑑、期刊品質、學術生產力與合作關係的研究,但少有研究整合以上四點,並使用社會網路分析及視覺化呈現來檢測學術生產力和合作關係之影響。因此,本研究將針對科技部臺灣大專院校資訊管理學系期刊論文為基礎,取1982年至2015年之文章,經資料前整理及正規化後使用D3.js繪製知識圖譜,並藉此探討文章之作者於SCI/SSCI/TSSCI合作情形、頂尖期刊發表狀況、1982年至2015年合作趨勢、地區與縣市合作情形、性別與職位合作關係以及作者貢獻與學術生產力。研究結果顯示:(1)期刊論文篇數從1982年至2011年有大幅成長,雖然SCI從2009年起開始有略降,但SSCI、TSSCI及管二學門推薦期刊皆上升,其中以SSCI較明顯。(2)教育部2005年之計畫對資管老師的投稿狀況影響機率高(3)於SCI/SSCI/TSSCI投稿合作網路中,由某國立中山大學男性正教授位於該網路之中心外亦為重要的媒介與橋樑。(4)女性於SCI/SSCI/TSSCI投稿上,個人著作比率與男性相近。(5)擁有較多篇數之作者大多有間接或直接連到較大網路的節點,即較活絡於合作或間接合作。在學校合作部分亦是如此,且過往篇數較多之學校,其近年的篇數亦較多。(6)在地區部分,雖北部投稿篇數最多,但於SCI/SSCI/TSSCI之文章比率上,則是南部最多。關鍵字:資訊管理、D3.js、共同著作、資料視覺化、社會網路分析、學術生產力、知識圖譜、期刊發表
    Research performanceevaluation is an important issue of many scholars. It has a great impact on promotion, tenure, and quality of publication. In the past, some scholars believe that cooperation can improve the quality of publication and academic productivity. Rather than having single-author publication, more and more cooperation had emerged in recent years. Since 2005, the Ministry of Education (MOE) has developed two university programs, and had clearly stated that there is a strong relationship between faculty promotion and research performance. Even thougu there are several studies that analyzed the collaboration or research productivity patterns in an academic discipline,there is no such work that uses social network analysis to examine research productivity and co-authorship under two university programs and evaluation policies from MOE in Taiwan.Therefore, in this study, we plan to analyze the research productivity, collaboration patterns,and publication patterns of faculty members from all the Management Information Systems(MIS) departments in Taiwan. In addition, we use D3.js to visualize and discuss how these two university programs and evaluation policies from the MOE had affected these collaboration and publication patterns.Based on the findings, we figured out: (1)The number of journals has increased significantly from 1982 to 2011; (2)The number of publication had increased after two university programs from MOE had been introduced; (3) A male professor from National Sun Yat-Sen University is an important medium and center point in SCI/SSCI/TSSCI network; (4) Male and femalr professors had about the same ratio in their Single-author publication; (5)Professors who have more publication papers also had more cooperations with others. Keyword: Information Management,D3.js,Co-authorship,Social Network Analysis, Data Visualization,Knowledge Map, Academic Productivity,Research Publication
    Appears in Collections:[資訊管理系研究所] 學位論文

    Files in This Item:

    File Description SizeFormat
    index.html0KbHTML371View/Open


    All items in CCUR are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved.


    版權聲明 © 國立中正大學圖書館網頁內容著作權屬國立中正大學圖書館

    隱私權及資訊安全政策

    DSpace Software Copyright © 2002-2004  MIT &  Hewlett-Packard  /   Enhanced by   NTU Library IR team Copyright ©   - Feedback