Modern Assessment Method of Research Outcome Methodological Significance
Dmitry Romanov and
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Olga Popova: Department of Information Systems and Programming at the Kuban State Technological University, Krasnodar, Russia
Dmitry Romanov: Department of Information Systems and Programming at the Kuban State Technological University, Krasnodar, Russia
Marina Evseeva: Department of Applied Linguistics and New Information Technologies at the Kuban State University, Krasnodar, Russia
Journal of Asian Scientific Research, 2017, vol. 7, issue 3, 63-70
This paper presents multi-parameter qualimetric assessment models and methods of methodological significance of the individual and collective research outcomes.? The authors have substantiated that no scientometric parameters based on citation rating can fully reflect the significance of the individual and collective research outcomes. The authors believe that only those research outcomes can be deemed significant that can be applied in the educational process, namely, in the teaching content. In other words, the results of research activities (both collective and individual) should have methodological significance, i.e. be suitable for teaching content. Another point of importance highlighted by the authors is in the fact that? in contrast to scientometric parameters based on citation, methodological significance of the scientific outcomes of a research group shows not only their social activity (influence on the scientific community), but the interrelation between science and education whose role is steadily increasing in the modern world. Practical significance of this study is in possibility of applying proposed criteria of the methodological significance in monitoring systems for research activities of scientific institutions (including higher educational institutions). Its theoretical significance is in further comprehension of issues connected with research efficiency boost among scientists, i.e. in its importance for the sociology of sciences. Methods: review of scientific and methodological literature, management practices in scientific and educational institutions, mathematical modeling, methods of set theory, qualimetry methods, and methods of mathematical statistics. The empirical stage of the study was carried out on the basis of higher educational institutions in the Krasnodar Territory.?? At this stage, the authors? assessment method for determining methodological significance of lecturing researchers? outcomes was being tested. The factual information about the outcomes of research activities was obtained from the leading scientometric system in Russia - the Russian Science Citation Index.
Keywords: Research activity; Outcomes; Criterion; Productivity; Methodical significance; Assessment (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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