Back of the book index

By Friday, September 18, 2009 No comments
Date: 27 August 2009
Subject: Back of the book index (BoBI)

In our usual conversation on how to improve UiTM's knowledge production and ranking , I spoke to Prof Normah regarding Back of the Book Index (BoBI) ...And she straights away agreed to have me(!?) to talk about it in a room full of Book Writers! They already have about 50 books to publish.

ARI (Accounting Research Institute) - I vote the best COE in UiTM, any time - set the date for the talk on Tuesday 01 September 2009@12.00 noon.

I have done two BoBI so far...and do I command the language of an Indexer....?
As a librarian, perhaps it is usual for us to work with index , but BoBI is quite new for us in UiTM ...anyway, we must try our best to fulfill the needs of our user... for the sake of UiTM!

Anyone interested to hear my talk on BoBI please feel free to join us at Level 12 of Menara SSAS next week!

Report by : Khasiah Zakaria

UiTM Research Support is about

By Monday, September 14, 2009 1 comment
1) UiTM Research Support is about Research Support Division (RSD) will try to improve handling of research and researchers by offering solutions and processes for quality research. RSD may improve its offer to UiTM library users.

2) Over the time we will develop a scalable framework to improve the processes of creating, storing, publishing, and archiving content from mere manuscript to be disseminated across intranet, web, and print channels.

3) This "Research -knowing-doing" gap among UiTM researchers-to -be could be bridged by RSM solutions working in tandem with knowledge management (KM) solutions. This blog takes a closer look at this gap as well as how knowledge management makes RSM investment pay off.

text by: Khasiah Zakaria


By Monday, September 14, 2009 1 comment

The invitation of Awareness Talk by RSSD (JPSP) on 23rd September 2009 came from the UiTM Perak's Head of Library, En Abd Ghani. We delivered an awareness talk by the the topic of "Research in an Impact Factor Environment" at 9.00 am. The slides also covers other topics such as :

1. Impact factor definition and calculations
2. Bibliometrics
3. An introduction to Scopus and ISI Thomson
4. Back of the Book Index
5. An Introduction to Research Universities

report by : Khasiah Zakaria

Bloom's taxonomy

By Friday, September 04, 2009 No comments
early in 1990 , when I was doing my Bachelor in Public Relations in UiTM Shah Alam, I was facinated by Bloom's taxonomy.

Come and visit this wonderful site about Bloom taxonomy's+and+ICT+tools

posted by : Khasiah Zakaria

What is SCOPUS??

By Thursday, September 03, 2009 , 1 comment
Scopus is the largest abstract and citation database of research literature and quality web sources. It's designed to find the information scientists need. Quick, easy and comprehensive, Scopus provides superior support of the literature research process. Updated daily, Scopus offers.

•Nearly 18,000 peer-reviewed journals from more than 5,000 publishers, including coverage of.

•16,500 peer-reviewed journals (inc > 1200 Open Access journals)

•600 trade publications

•350 book series

•Extensive conference coverage (3,6 million conference papers)

•38 million records, of which

•19 million records include references going back to 1996 (78% include references)

•19 million pre-1996 records go back as far as 1823

•Results from 435 million scientific web pages

•23 million patent records from 5 patent offices

•"Articles-in-Press" from over 3,000 journals

•Seamless links to full-text articles and other library resources

•Innovative tools that give an at-a-glance overview of search results and refine them to the most relevant hits

•Alerts to keep you up-to-date on new articles matching your search query, or by favorite author

Scopus is the easiest way to get to relevant content fast. Tools to sort, refine and quickly identify results help you focus on the outcome of your work. You can spend less time mastering databases and more time on research.


Carta Fungsi Jabatan Sokongan Penyelidikan

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Aktiviti Pembangunan Penyelidikan

Data Jurnal Berimpak Tinggi & Journal Title List.
1) Melaporkan status tajuk-tajuk jurnal yang mempunyai impak untuk setiap 2 tahun sekali.
2) Memberi senarai tajuk-tajuk jurnal yang berimpak tinggi mengikut permintaan oleh Fakulti.
3) Melaporkan data terkini mengenai jurnal berimpak tinggi kepada AJK Universiti Penyelidikan.
4) Membantu fakulti dalam pemilihan tajuk jurnal yang relevan kepada fakulti dan juga mempunyai impak.
5) Menyemak tajuk-tajuk yang telah dibeli oleh PTAR didalam pengkalan data SCOPUS & ISI Web of Knowledge

Definisi dalam Penyelidikan

By Wednesday, September 02, 2009 No comments
Data Jurnal Berimpak Tinggi :-
Laporan mengenai status jurnal yang mempunyai impak.

Journal Title List :-
Senarai tajuk jurnal yang berimpak tinggi dan tajuk jurnal yang dibeli oleh PTAR ( Perpustakaan Tun Abdul Razak)

Goverment Publication :-
Penerbitan (Artikel/Buku) oleh PTAR ataupun UiTM yang mengenai tentang Penyelidikan.

Research Methodology Publication :-
Laporan mengenai teknik-teknik penyelidikan yang sering digunapakai oleh para penyelidik UiTM

UiTM Knowledge Citation Production :-
Laporan mengenai pengesanan petikan oleh para penyelidik UiTM

UiTM Research Profile :-
Maklumat mengenai para pensyarah UiTM

Hasil pembentukan Jabatan Sokongan

By Wednesday, September 02, 2009 No comments
Polisi ini dibentuk sebagai garis panduan dalam usaha menyediakan perkhidmatan penyelidikan untuk mempertingkatkan mutu perkhidmatan sokongan penyelidikan perpustakaan PTAR yang mampu menyokong usaha UiTM menjadi Universiti Penyelidikan.

Hasil yang dijangka :-

1) Membangunkan pusat kecemerlangan sokongan penyelidikan berkualiti.

2) Mempertingkatkan jumlah Pustakawan Penyelidik PTAR.

3) Membantu PTAR memberikan kesedaran mengenai pentingnya mengeluarkan penyelidikan berkualiti dan berimpak tinggi demi membantu kecemerlangan universiti.

4) Membina kerjasama penyelidikan diantara universiti luar, industri dan organisasi saintifik.