Name Professor Mike Thelwall
Job Title Professor of Information Science
Faculty Faculty of Science and Engineering
School School of Mathematics and Computer Science
Subject(s) Mathematics and Computer Science
Tel 01902 321470
Email M.Thelwall@wlv.ac.uk

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Mike Thelwall is Professor of Information Science and leader of the Statistical Cybermetrics Research Group at the University of Wolverhampton, which he joined in 1989. He is also Docent at the Department of Information Studies at Åbo Akademi University, and a research associate at the Oxford Internet Institute. His PhD was in Pure Mathematics from the University of Lancaster. His current research field includes identifying and analysing web phenomena using quantitative-led research methods, including altmetrics and sentiment analysis, and has pioneered an information science approach to link analysis. Mike has developed a wide range of tools for gathering and analysing web data, including hyperlink analysis, sentiment analysis and content analysis for Twitter, YouTube, MySpace, blogs and the web in general. His 400+ publications include 244 refereed journal articles and two books, including Introduction to Webometrics. He is an associate editor of the Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology and sits on three other editorial boards. For more information, see: http://www.scit.wlv.ac.uk/~cm1993/mycv.html

Maths, statistics

 

Cybermetrics, scientometics, altmetrics, sentiment analysis, web-based social science research methods

 

Publications

  1. Thelwall, M. & Delgado, M. (2015, in press). Arts and humanities research evaluation: No metrics please, just data. Journal of Documentation, 71(4).
  2. Thelwall, M. & Sud, P. (in press). Mendeley Readership Counts: An Investigation of Temporal and Disciplinary Differences. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology.
  3. Kousha, K. & Thelwall, M. (in press). An automatic method for assessing the teaching impact of books from online academic syllabi. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology.
  4. Thelwall, M. & Fairclough, R. (2015). Geometric journal impact factors correcting for individual highly cited articles, Journal of Informetrics, 9(2), 263–272.
  5. Thelwall, M. & Wilson, P. (in press). Mendeley readership Altmetrics for medical articles: An analysis of 45 fields, Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology.
  6. Mohammadi, E., Thelwall, M. & Kousha, K. (in press). Can Mendeley bookmarks reflect readership? A survey of user motivations, Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology.
  7. Kenekayoro, P., Buckley, K. & Thelwall, M. (2015). Clustering research group website homepages, Scientometrics, 102(3), 2023-2039
  8. Thelwall, M. & Wilson, P. (in press). Does research with statistics have more impact? The citation rank advantage of structural equation modelling. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology.
  9. Minguillo, D. & Thelwall, M. (in press). Research excellence and university-industry collaboration in UK science parks. Research Evaluation.
  10. Thelwall, M. & Wilson, P. (2014). Regression for citation data: An evaluation of different methods. Journal of Informetrics, 8(4), 963–971.
  11. Thelwall, M. & Maflahi, N. (in press). Guideline references and academic citations as evidence of the clinical value of health research. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology.
  12. Thelwall, M. & Maflahi, N. (2015). How important is computing technology for library and information science research? Library and Information Science Research, 37(1), 42-50.
  13. Minguillo, D., & Thelwall, M. (2015). Which are the best innovation support infrastructures for universities? Evidence from R&D output and commercial activities. Scientometrics, 102(1), 1057-1081.
  14. Minguillo, D., Tijssen, R. & Thelwall, M. (2015). Do science parks promote research and technology? A scientometric analysis of the UK. Scientometrics, 102(1), 701-725.
  15. Thelwall, M. & Wilson, P. (2014). Distributions for cited articles from individual subjects and years. Journal of Informetrics, 8(4), 824-839.
  16. Kousha, K. & Thelwall, M. (in press). Can Amazon.com reviews help to assess the wider impacts of books? Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology.
  17. Sud, P. & Thelwall, M. (2014). Linked title mentions: A new automated link search candidate.  Scientometrics. 101(3), 1831-1849.
  18. Maflahi, N. & Thelwall, M. (in press). When are readership counts as useful as citation counts? Scopus vs. Mendeley for LIS journals. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology.
  19. Milosovic, S., Sugimoto, C.R., Larivière, V., Thelwall, M., & Ding, Y. (2014). The role of handbooks in knowledge creation and diffusion: A case of science and technology studies.  Journal of Informetrics, 8(3), 693-709.
  20. Abdullah, A. Mohammadamin, E., Rohani, V., Thelwall, M., Levitt, J.M., & Didegah, F. (2014). Sixty-four years of informetrics research: Productivity, impact and collaboration. Scientometrics, 101(1), 569-585.
  21. Gazni, A. & Thelwall, M. (in press). The long-term influence of collaboration on citation patterns. Research Evaluation.
  22. Mas-Bleda, A., Thelwall, M., Kousha, K. & Aguillo, I.F. (2014). Do highly cited researchers successfully use the Social Web? Scientometrics, 101(1), 337-356.
  23. Kenekayoro, P., Buckley, K., & Thelwall, M. (in press) Hyperlinks as inter-university collaboration indicators. Journal of Information Science.
  24. Tsou, A., Thelwall, M., Mongeon, P., Sugimoto, C. (2014). A community of curious Souls: An analysis of commenting behavior on TED Talks videos. 10.1371/journal.pone.0093609.
  25. Kenekayoro, P., Buckley, K. & Thelwall, M. (2014). Automatic classification of academic web page types, Scientometrics, 101(2), 1015-1026.
  26. Mohammadi, E., Thelwall, M., Haustein, S., & Larivière, V. (in press). Who reads research articles? An altmetrics analysis of Mendeley user categories.  Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology.
  27. Sud, P. & Thelwall, M. (in press). Not all international collaboration is beneficial: The Mendeley readership and citation impact of biochemical research collaboration.  Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology.
  28. Thelwall, M. & Maflahi, N. (in press). Are scholarly articles disproportionately read in their own country? An analysis of Mendeley readers. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology.
  29. Kousha, K. & Thelwall, M. (2015). An automatic method for extracting citations from Google Books. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 66(2), 309–320. DOI: 10.1002/asi.23170
  30. Shifman, L., Levy, H. & Thelwall, M. (2014). Internet jokes: The secret agents of globalization? Journal of Computer Mediated Communication, 19(4), 727-743. DOI: 10.1111/jcc4.12082
  31. Thelwall, M. & Kousha, K. (in press). ResearchGate: Disseminating, communicating and measuring scholarship? Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology.
  32. Holmberg, K. & Thelwall, M. (2014). Disciplinary differences in Twitter scholarly communication, Scientometrics, 101(2), 1027-1042.
  33. Shema, H., Bar-Ilan, J., & Thelwall, M. (in press). How is research blogged? A content analysis approach. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology.
  34. Thelwall, M. & Sud, P. (2014). No citation advantage for monograph-based collaborations? Journal of Informetrics, 8(1), 276-283.
  35. Larivière, V., Sugimoto, C., Macaluso, B. Milojević, S., Cronin, B. & Thelwall, M. (2014). arXiv E-prints and the journal of record: An analysis of roles and relationships.  Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 65(6), 1157–1169.
  36. Haustein, S., Larivière, V., Thelwall, M., Amyot, D., & Peters, I. (2014). Tweets vs. Mendeley readers: How do these two social media metrics differ?  it - Information Technology, 56(5), 207–215.
  37. Haustein, S., Peters, I., Sugimoto, C., Thelwall M., & Larivière, V. (2014). Tweeting biomedicine: An analysis of tweets and citations in the biomedical literature. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 65(4), 656–669.
  38. Abdullah, A. & Thelwall, M. (2014). Can the impact of non-Western academic books be measured? An investigation of Google Books and Google Scholar for Malaysia. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 65(12), 2498–2508. 10.1002/asi.23145  
  39. Sud, P. & Thelwall, M. (2014). Evaluating altmetrics. Scientometrics, 98(2), 1131-1143.
  40. Thelwall, M. Tsou, A., Weingart, S., Holmberg, K., & Haustein, S. (2013). Tweeting links to academic articles, Cybermetrics, 17(1), http://cybermetrics.cindoc.csic.es/articles/v17i1p1.html.
  41. Kousha, K. & Thelwall, M. (2014). Disseminating research with web CV hyperlinks, Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 65(8), 1615–1626. 10.1002/asi.23070
  42. Mohammadi, E. & Thelwall, M. (2014). Mendeley readership altmetrics for the social sciences and humanities: Research evaluation and knowledge flows, Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 65(8), 1627-1638. 10.1002/asi.23071
  43. Shema, H., Bar-Ilan, J., & Thelwall, M. (2014). Do blog citations correlate with a higher number of future citations? Research blogs as a potential source for alternative metrics. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 65(5), 1018–1027.
  44. Wilkinson, D., Sud, P., & Thelwall, M. (2014). Substance without citation: Evaluating the online impact of grey literature. Scientometrics, 98(2), 797-806.
  45. Thelwall, M. & Kousha, K. (2014). Academia.edu: Social network or academic network?. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 65(4), 721-731.
  46. Mas Bleda, A., Thelwall, M., Kousha, K., & Aguillo, I. (2014). Successful researchers publicizing research online: An outlink analysis of European highly cited scientists’ personal Websites, Journal of Documentation, 70(1), 148-172. 10.1108/JD-12-2012-0156
  47. Didegah, F., & Thelwall, M. (2013). Which factors help authors produce the highest impact research? Collaboration, journal and document properties. Journal of Informetrics, 7(4), 861-873.
  48. Wilkinson, D., & Thelwall, M. (2013). Search markets and search results: The case of Bing. Library and Information Science Research, 35(4), 318-325.
  49. Mohammadi, E., & Thelwall, M. (2013). Assessing non-standard article impact using F1000 labels, Scientometrics, 97(2), 383-395. 10.1007/s11192-013-0993-9
  50. Thelwall, M. & Buckley, K. (2013). Topic-based sentiment analysis for the Social Web: The role of mood and issue-related words. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 64(8), 1608–1617.
  51. Thelwall, M., Haustein, S., Larivière, V. & Sugimoto, C. (2013). Do altmetrics work? Twitter and ten other candidates. PLOS ONE, 8(5), e64841. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0064841
  52. Sugimoto, C.R., Thelwall, M., Larivière, V., Tsou, A., Mongeon, P., Macaluso, B. (2013) Scientists popularizing science: Characteristics and impact of TED Talk presenters. PLOS ONE, 8(4), e62403. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0062403
  53. Levitt, J., & Thelwall, M. (2013). Alphabetization and the skewing of first authorship towards last names early in the alphabet. Journal of Informetrics, 7(3), 575– 582.
  54. Paltoglou, G., & Thelwall, M. (2013). Seeing stars of valence and arousal in blog posts, IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing, 4(1), 116-123.
  55. Didegah, F., & Thelwall, M. (2013). Determinants of research citation impact in nanoscience and nanotechnology. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 64(5), 1055–1064.
  56. Paltoglou, G., Theunis, M., Kappas, A., & Thelwall, M. (2013). Predicting emotional responses to long informal text, IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing, 4(1), 106-115.
  57. Sugimoto, C.R. & Thelwall, M. (2013). Scholars on soap boxes: Science communication and dissemination in TED videos. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 64(4), 663-674.
  58. Cash, S.J., Thelwall, M., Peck, S.N, Ferrell, J.Z, Bridge, J.A. (2013). Adolescent suicide statements on MySpace, CyberPsychology, 16(3), 166-174. doi:10.1089/cyber.2012.0098
  59. Sobkowicz, P., Thelwall, M., Buckley, K., Paltoglou, G., & Sobkowicz, A. (2013). Lognormal distributions of user post lengths in Internet discussions - a consequence of the Weber-Fechner law? EPJ Data Science, 2:2, doi:10.1140/epjds14.
  60. Minguillo, D. & Thelwall, M. (2012). Mapping the network structure of science parks: An exploratory study of cross-sectoral interactions reflected on the web, ASLIB Proceedings, 64(4), 332-357.
  61. Shema, H., Bar-Ilan, J., & Thelwall, M. (2012). Research Blogs and the discussion of scholarly information. PLOS ONE 7(5), e35869. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0035869.
  62. Didegah, F., Thelwall, M. & Gazni, A. (2012). An international comparison of journal publishing and citing behaviours, Journal of Informetrics 6(4), 516-531.
  63. Eccles, K.E., Thelwall, M., & Meyer, E.T. (2012). Measuring the web impact of digitised scholarly resources. Journal of Documentation, 68(4), 512-526.
  64. Kousha, K., Thelwall, & Abdoli, M. (2012). The role of online videos in research communication: A content analysis of YouTube videos cited in academic publications. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 63(9), 1710–1727.
  65. Wilkinson, D. & Thelwall, M. (2012). Trending Twitter topics in English: An international comparison. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 63(8), 1631-1646. [44]
  66. Weroński, P., Sienkiewicz, J., Paltoglou, G., Buckley, K., Thelwall, M., & Hołyst, J.A. (2012). Emotional analysis of blogs and forums data, Acta Physica Polonica A, 121, B-128-B132.
  67. Khatib, L., Dutton, W., & Thelwall, M. (2012). Public diplomacy 2.0: An exploratory case study of the US Digital Outreach Team, Middle East Journal, 66(3), 453-472.
  68. Thelwall, M. (2012). Journal impact evaluation: A webometric perspective, Scientometrics, 92(2), 429-441.
  69. Li, X., Thelwall, M., & Giustini, D. (2012). Validating online reference managers for scholarly impact measurement, Scientometrics, 91(2), 461-471.
  70. Thelwall, M., Sud, P., & Wilkinson, D. (2012). Link and co-inlink network diagrams with URL citations or title mentions. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 63(4), 805-816.
  71. Thelwall, M., & Sud, P. (2012). Webometric research with the Bing Search API 2.0. Journal of Informetrics, 6(1), 44-52.
  72. Thelwall, M., Sud, P., & Vis, F. (2012). Commenting on YouTube videos: From Guatemalan rock to El Big Bang. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 63(3), 616–629.
  73. Thelwall, M., Buckley, K., & Paltoglou, G. (2012). Sentiment strength detection for the social Web. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 63(1), 163-173.
  74. Chmiel, A., Sienkiewicz, J., Thelwall, M., Paltoglou, G., Buckley, K., Kappas, A. & Hołyst, J.A. (2011). Collective emotions online and their influence on community life, PLoS ONE, 6(7): e22207.
  75. Kousha, K., Thelwall, & Rezaie, S. (2011). Assessing the citation impact of books: The role of Google Books, Google Scholar and Scopus. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 62(11) 2147–2164.
  76. Thelwall, M. & Sud, P. (2011). A comparison of methods for collecting web citation data for academic organisations. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 62(8), 1488–1497.
  77. Chmiel, A., Sienkiewicz, J., Paltoglou, G., Buckley, K., Thelwall, M., & Holyst, J. A. (2011). Negative emotions boost users activity at BBC Forum, Physica A, 390(16), 2936-2944.
  78. Paltoglou, G., & Thelwall, M., (in press). Twitter, MySpace, Digg: Unsupervised sentiment analysis in social media, ACM Transactions on Intelligent Systems and Technology.
  79. Levitt, J., Thelwall, M. & Oppenheim, C. (2011). Variations between subjects in the extent to which the social sciences have become more interdisciplinary. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 62(6), 1118–1129.
  80. Wilkinson, D. & Thelwall, M. (2011). Researching personal information on the public Web: Methods and ethics, Social Science Computer Review, 29(4), 387-401.
  81. Thelwall, M. (2011). A comparison of link and URL citation counting. ASLIB Proceedings, 63(4), 419-425.
  82. Thelwall, M., Buckley, K., & Paltoglou, G. (2011). Sentiment in Twitter events. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 62(2), 406-418.
  83. Levitt, J., & Thelwall, M. (2011). A combined bibliometric indicator to predict article impact. Information Processing & Management, 47(2), 300-308.
  84. Cugelman, B., Thelwall, M. & Dawes, P. (2011). The psychology of online behavioural influence interventions: a meta-analysis. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 13(1), e17.
  85. Thelwall, M. (2010). Webometrics: emergent or doomed?, Information Research, 15(4) colis713. http://informationr.net/ir/15-4/colis713.html
  86. Martínez-Ruiz, A. & Thelwall, M. (2010). The Importance of Technology and R&D Expenditures in the Visibility of the Firms on the Web: An Exploratory Study, Cybermetrics, 14(1), paper 2. http://www.cindoc.csic.es/cybermetrics/articles/v14i1p2.html
  87. Thelwall, M., Buckley, K., Paltoglou, G., Cai, D., & Kappas, A. (2010). Sentiment strength detection in short informal text. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 61(12), 2544–2558.
  88. Wilkinson, D. & Thelwall, M. (2010). Social network site changes over time: The case of MySpace. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 61(11), 2311–2323.
  89. Thelwall, M. (2010). Emotion homophily in social network site messages. First Monday, 15, (4) http://firstmonday.org/htbin/cgiwrap/bin/ojs/index.php/fm/article/viewArticle/2897/2483.
  90. Kousha, K. & Thelwall, M. (2010). Can the impact of scholarly images be assessed online?  An exploratory study using image identification technology, Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 61(9), 1734–1744.
  91. Gobron, S., Ahn, J., Paltoglou, G., Thelwall, M. & Thalmann, D. (2010). From sentence to emotion: A real-time three-dimensional graphics metaphor of emotions extracted from text. The Visual Computer: International Journal of Computer Graphics, 26(6-8), 505-519.
  92. Thelwall, M., Klitkou, A., Verbeek, A., Stuart, D. & Vincent, C. (2010). Policy-relevant webometrics for individual scientific fields. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 61(7) 1464-1475.
  93. Levitt, J., & Thelwall, M. (2010). Does the higher citation of collaborative research differ from region to region? A case study of economics, Scientometrics, 85(1), 171-183.
  94. Kousha, K. & Thelwall, M. & Rezaie, S. (2010). Using the Web for research evaluation: The Integrated Online Impact indicator, Journal of Informetrics, 4(1), 124-135.
  95. Thelwall, M. & Wilkinson, D. (2010). Public dialogs in Social Network Sites: What is their Purpose?  Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 61(2), 392-404.
  96. Angus, E., Thelwall, M., Stuart, D. (2011, in press). Flickr’s potential as an academic image resource: an exploratory study, Journal of Librarianship and Information Science.
  97. Koteyko, N. Thelwall, M., & Nerlich, B. (2010). From carbon markets to carbon morality: creative compounds as framing devices in online discourses on climate change mitigation, Science Communication, 32(1), 25-54.
  98. Thelwall, M., Wilkinson, D. & Uppal, S. (2010). Data mining emotion in social network communication: Gender differences in MySpace, Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. 61(1), 190-199.
  99. Shifman, L. & Thelwall, M. (2009). Assessing global diffusion with Web Memetics: The spread and evolution of a popular joke, Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 60(12), 2567-2576.
  100. Kousha, K. & Thelwall, M. (2009). Google Book Search: Citation analysis for social science and the humanities, Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 60(8), 1537-1549.
  101. Cugelman, B., Thelwall, M., & Dawes, P. (2009). The dimensions of website credibility and their relation to active trust and behavioural impact, Communications of the Association for Information Systems, 24, 455-472.
  102. Prabowo, R., Thelwall, M. (2009). Sentiment analysis: A combined approach, Journal of Informetrics, 3(1), 143-157.
  103. Levitt, J., & Thelwall, M. (2009). Citation levels and collaboration within Library and Information Science, Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 60(3), 434-442.
  104. Thelwall, M. (2009). Homophily in MySpace, Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 60(2), 219-231.
  105. Thelwall, M. (2009). MySpace comments. Online Information Review, 33(1), 58-76.
  106. Payne, N. & Thelwall, M. (2009). A longitudinal analysis of Alternative Document Models. ASLIB Proceedings, 61(1), 101-116.
  107. Holmberg, K. & Thelwall, M. (2009). Local government web sites in Finland: A geographic and webometric analysis, Scientometrics, 79(1), 157-169.
  108. Prabowo, R., Thelwall, M., Hellsten I., & Scharnhorst A., (2008). Evolving debate in online communication: A graph analytical approach, Internet Research, 18(5), 520-540.
  109. Kousha, K. & Thelwall, M. (2008). Assessing the impact of disciplinary research on teaching:  An automatic analysis of online syllabuses, Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 59(13), 2060-2069.
  110. Levitt, J., & Thelwall, M. (2008). Is multidisciplinary research more highly cited? A macro-level study. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 59(12), 1973-1984.
  111. Thelwall, M. (2008). No place for news in social networking web sites? Online Information Review, 32(6), 726-744.
  112. Park, H. W., & Thelwall, M. (2008). Developing network indicators for ideological landscapes from the political blogosphere in South Korea. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 13(4), 856-879.
  113. Thelwall, M. (2008). How are social network sites embedded in the Web? An exploratory link analysis. Cybermetrics. 12(1), http://www.cindoc.csic.es/cybermetrics/articles/v12i1p1.html
  114. Thelwall, M. (2008). Text in social network web sites: A word frequency analysis of Live Spaces, First Monday 13(2), http://www.uic.edu/htbin/cgiwrap/bin/ojs/index.php/fm/article/view/2117/1939
  115. Thelwall, M. (2008). Quantitative comparisons of search engine results, Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 59(11), 1702-1710.
  116. Thelwall, M. (2008). Social networks, gender and friending: An analysis of MySpace member profiles, Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 59(8), 1321-1330.
  117. Thelwall, M., Wouters, P., & Fry, J. (2008). Information-Centred Research for large-scale analysis of new information sources, Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. 59(9), 1523-1527.
  118. Thelwall, M. (2008). Fk yea I swear: Cursing and gender in a corpus of MySpace pages, Corpora, 3(1), 83-107.
  119. Prabowo, R, & Thelwall, M. (2008). Finding and tracking subjects in a debate over time, Journal of Informetrics, 2(2), 107-127.
  120. Thelwall, M. & Kousha, K. (2008). Online presentations as a source of scientific impact?: An analysis of PowerPoint files citing academic journals. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 59(5), 805 – 815.
  121. Thelwall, M. (2008). Bibliometrics to Webometrics, Journal of Information Science, 34(4), 605-621.
  122. Levitt, J., & Thelwall, M. (2008). Patterns of annual citation of highly cited articles and the prediction of their citation ranking: A comparison across subjects, Scientometrics, 77(1), 41-60.
  123. Payne, N., & Thelwall, M. (2008). Do academic link types change over time?, Journal of Documentation, 64(5), 707-720.
  124. Angus, E., Thelwall, M., & Stuart D. (2008). General patterns of tag usage amongst university groups in Flickr, Online Information Review, 32(1), 89-101.
  125. Barjak, F. & Thelwall, M. (2008). A statistical analysis of the web presences of European life sciences research teams. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 59(4), 628-643.
  126. Levitt, J., & Thelwall, M. (2009). The most highly cited Library and Information Science articles: Interdisciplinarity, first authors and citation patterns. Scientometrics, 78(1), 45-67.
  127. Thelwall, M. & Zuccala, A. (2008). A university-centred European Union link analysis, Scientometrics, 75(3), 407-420.
  128. Thelwall, M. & Wilkinson, D. (2008). A generic lexical URL segmentation framework for counting links, colinks or URLs, Library and Information Science Research, 30(2), 94-101.
  129. Thelwall, M. (2008). Extracting accurate and complete results from search engines: Case study Windows Live, Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. 59(1), 38-50.
  130. Payne, N. & Thelwall, M. (2008). Longitudinal trends in academic web links. Journal of Information Science. 34(1), 3-14. http://jis.sagepub.com/cgi/content/abstract/34/1/3?etoc
  131. Thelwall, M., Li, X., Barjak, F. & Robinson, S. (2008). Assessing the web connectivity of research groups on an international scale. ASLIB Proceedings. 60(1), 18-31.
  132. Kousha, K. & Thelwall, M. (2008). Sources of Google Scholar citations outside the Science Citation Index: A comparison between four science disciplines. Scientometrics, 74(2), 273-294.
  133. Tang, R. & Thelwall, M. (2008). A hyperlink analysis of US public and academic libraries’ web sites, Library Quarterly, 78(4), 419-435.
  134. Park, H. W. & Thelwall, M. (2008). Web linkage pattern and social structure using politicians’ websites in South Korea. Quality & Quantity, 42(6), 687-697. http://www.springerlink.com/content/d6001g68r06n3r73/
  135. Cugelman, B., Thelwall M., & Dawes P. (2007). Can brotherhood be sold like soap…Online? An online social marketing and advocacy pilot study. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (Persuasive Technology 07), 4744, 144-147.
  136. Thelwall, M., Byrne, A. & Goody, M. (2007). Which types of news story attract bloggers? Information Research, 12(4) http://informationr.net/ir/12-4/paper327.html
  137. Lamboitte, R., Ausloos, M. & Thelwall, M. (2007). Word statistics in Blogs and RSS feeds: Towards empirical universal evidence. Journal of Informetrics, 1(4), 277-286.
  138. Kousha, K. & Thelwall, M. (2007). The Web impact of open access social science research. Library and Information Science Research, 29(4), 495-507.
  139. Zuccala, A., Thelwall, M., Oppenheim, C., & Dhiensa, R. (2007). Web intelligence analyses of digital libraries: A case study of the National electronic Library for Health (NeLH). Journal of Documentation, 63(4), 558-589.
  140. Kousha, K. & Thelwall, M. (2007). How is science cited on the web? A classification of Google unique web citations. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 58(11), 1631-1644.
  141. Thelwall, M. & Hasler, L. (2007). Blog search engines. Online Information Review, 31(4), 467-479.
  142. Thelwall, M. & Stuart, D. (2007). RUOK? Communication technologies blogged during a crisis. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication. 12(9), http://jcmc.indiana.edu/vol12/issue2/thelwall.html
  143. Prabowo, R., Thelwall, M. & Alexandrov, M. (2007). Generating overview timelines for major events in an RSS corpus, Journal of Informetrics, 1(2), 131-144.
  144. Thelwall, M. (2007). Blog searching: The first general-purpose source of retrospective public opinion in the social sciences? Online Information Review, 31(3), 277-289. [Highly commended Emerald award]
  145. Payne, N. & Thelwall, M. (2007). A longitudinal study of academic webs: Growth and stabilisation, Scientometrics, 71(3), 523-539.
  146. Kousha, K. & Thelwall, M. (2007). Google Scholar citations and Google Web/URL citations: A multi-discipline exploratory analysis, Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 57(6), 1055-1065.
  147. Stuart, D., Thelwall, M. & Harries, G. (2007). UK academic web links and collaboration – an exploratory study. Journal of Information Science, 33(2), 231-246. http://jis.sagepub.com/cgi/content/abstract/33/2/231?rss=1
  148. Thelwall, M. & Prabowo, R. (2007). Identifying and characterising public science-related concerns from RSS feeds. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 58(3), 379-390.
  149. Barjak, F., Li., X. & Thelwall, M. (2007). Which factors explain the web impact of scientists’ personal homepages? Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 58(2), 200-211.
  150. Thelwall, M., & Ruschenburg, T. (2006). Webometrie, Information, Wissenschaft und Praxis, 57(8), 401-406.
  151. Thelwall, M. & Stuart, D. (2006). Web crawling ethics revisited: Cost, privacy and denial of service. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 57(13), 1771-1779.
  152. Thelwall, M. & Hellsten, I. (2006). The BBC, Telegraph and Wikinews timelines of the London Attacks: A comparison with contemporary discussions. Information Research 12(1), http://informationr.net/ir/12-1/paper284.html
  153. Stuart, D. & Thelwall, M. (2006). Investigating triple helix relationships using URL citations: A case study of the UK West Midlands automobile industry. Research Evaluation, 15(2), 97-106.
  154. Prabowo, R. & Thelwall, M. (2006). A comparison of feature selection methods for an evolving RSS feed corpus. Information Processing & Management (Informetrics special issue), 42(6), 1491-1512.
  155. Thelwall, M., Thelwall, S. & Fairclough, R. (2006). Automated web issue analysis: A nurse prescribing case study. Information Processing & Management (Informetrics special issue), 42(6), 1471-1483.
  156. Kousha, K. & Thelwall, M. (2006). Motivations for URL citations to open access LIS library and information science articles: Exploring characteristics of sources of Web citation. Scientometrics, 68(3), 501-517.
  157. Thelwall, M., Prabowo, R. & Fairclough, R.  (2006). Are raw RSS feeds suitable for broad issue scanning? A science concern case study. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 57(12), 1644-1654.
  158. Thelwall, M. & Price, E. (2006). Language evolution and the spread of ideas: A procedure for identifying emergent hybrid word family members. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 57(10), 1326-1337.
  159. Thelwall, M., Vann, K. & Fairclough, R. (2006). Web issue analysis: An Integrated Water Resource Management case study. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 57(10), 1303-1314.
  160. Thelwall, M., Barjak, F. & Kretchmer, H. (2006). Web links and gender in science: An exploratory analysis. Scientometrics, 67(3), 373-383.
  161. Park, H. & Thelwall, M. (2006). Web science communication in the age of globalization: Links among universities’ websites in Asia and Europe. New Media and Society, 8(4), 631-652.
  162. Kim, H., Park, H.W., & Thelwall, M. (2006). Comparing academic hyperlink structures with journal publishing in Korea: A social network analysis, Science Communication, 27(4), 540-564.
  163. Thelwall, M. (2006). Interpreting social science link analysis research: A theoretical framework. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 57(1), 60-68.
  164. Thelwall, M. (2005). Directing students to new information types: A new role for Google in literature searches?, Internet Reference Services Quarterly, 10(3/4), 159-166.
  165. Thoms, L. & Thelwall, M. (2005). Academic home pages: Reconstruction of the self, First Monday, 10(12), http://www.firstmonday.org/issues/issue10_12/thoms/
  166. Park, H.W., Thelwall, M. & Kluver, R. (2005).  Political hyperlinking in South Korea: Technical indicators of ideology and content, Sociological Research Online, 10(3), http://www.socresonline.org.uk/10/3/park.html.
  167. Thelwall, M. Barlow, A., & Vann, K. (2005). The limits of web-based empowerment: Integrated Water Resource Management case studies. First Monday 10(4), http://www.firstmonday.org/issues/issue10_4/thelwall/
  168. Thelwall, M. (2005). Creating and using web corpora, International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 10(4), 517-541.
  169. Payne, N., & Thelwall, M. (2005). Mathematical models for academic Webs: Linear relationship or non-linear power law? Information Processing & Management. 41(6), 1495-1510.
  170. Li, X., Thelwall, M., Musgrove, P. & Wilkinson, D. (2005). National and international university departmental web site interlinking: Part 1, validation of departmental link analysis. Scientometrics, 64(2), 151-185.
  171. Li, X., Thelwall, M., Musgrove, P. & Wilkinson, D. (2005). National and international university departmental web site interlinking: Part 2, link patterns. Scientometrics, 64(2), 187-208.
  172. Price, E. & Thelwall, M(2005). The clustering power of low frequency words in academic webs. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 56(8), 883-888.
  173. Kretschmer, H. & Thelwall, M. (2004). The way from librametry to webometrics. Journal of Information Management and Scientometrics, 1(1), 1-7. http://www.lisgateway.com/pjournals_det.asp?id=19
  174. Thelwall, M. (2005). Text characteristics of English language university web sites. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 56(6), 609–619.
  175. Thelwall, M. (2005). Scientific Web Intelligence: Finding relationships in university webs. Communications of the ACM, 48(7), 93-96.
  176. Vaughan, L. & Thelwall, M. (2005). A modeling approach to uncover hyperlink patterns: The case of Canadian universities. Information Processing & Management, 41(2), 347-359.
  177. Payne, N. & Thelwall, M. (2004). A statistical analysis of UK academic Web links. Cybermetrics. 8(1). http://www.cindoc.csic.es/cybermetrics/articles/v8i1p2.html
  178. Thelwall, M. (2004). Will digital libraries generate a new need for multi-disciplinary research skills? LIBRES, 14(2), http://libres.curtin.edu.au/libres14n2/index.htm
  179. Harries, G., Wilkinson, D., Price, E., Fairclough, R. & Thelwall, M. (2004). Hyperlinks as a data source for science mapping, Journal of Information Science, 30(5), 436-447.
  180. Tang, R. & Thelwall, M. (2004). Patterns of national and international web inlinks to US academic departments: An analysis of disciplinary variations. Scientometrics (ISSI 2003 special issue), 60(3), 475-485.
  181. Vaughan, L. & Thelwall, M. (2004). Search engine coverage bias: evidence and possible causes. Information Processing & Management, 40(4), 693-707.
  182. Thelwall, M., & Vaughan, L.  (2004). A fair history of the Web? Examining country balance in the Internet Archive. Library & Information Science Research, 26(2), 162-176.
  183. Rousseau, R. & Thelwall, M. (2004). Escher staircases on the world wide web. FirstMonday, 9(6). http://www.firstmonday.org/issues/issue9_6/rousseau/index.html
  184. Thelwall, M. & Harries, G. (2004). Can personal web pages that link to universities yield information about the wider dissemination of research? Journal of Information Science, 30(3), 243-256.
  185. Thelwall, M. (2004). Can the Web give useful information about commercial uses of scientific research? Online Information Review, 28(2), 120-130.
  186. Thelwall, M. (2004). Weak benchmarking indicators for formative and semi-evaluative assessment of research. Research Evaluation, 13(1), 63-68.
  187. Thelwall, M. & Wilkinson, D. (2004). Finding similar academic Web sites with links, bibliometric couplings and colinks. Information Processing & Management, 40(3), 515-526.
  188. Thelwall, M. (2004). Methods for reporting on the targets of links from national systems of university Web sites. Information Processing & Management, 40(1), 125-144.
  189. Thelwall, M. & Vaughan, L (2004). New versions of PageRank employing alternative Web document models. ASLIB Proceedings, 56(1), 24-33.
  190. Thelwall, M., & Harries, G. (2004). Do better scholars’ web publications have significantly higher online impact? Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 55(2), 149-159.
  191. Thelwall, M. (2003). A free database of university Web links: Data collection issues. Cybermetrics, 6(1). Available: http://www.cindoc.csic.es/cybermetrics/articles/v6i1p2.html.
  192. Thelwall, M. & Price, E. (2003). Disciplinary differences in academic web presence – A statistical study of the UK. Libri, 53(4), 242-253.
  193. Musgrove, P., Binns, R., Page-Kennedy, T., & Thelwall, M. (2003). A method for identifying clusters in sets of interlinking Web spaces. Scientometrics, 58(3), 657-672.
  194. Thelwall, M., Harries, G., & Wilkinson, D. (2003). Why do Web sites from different academic subjects interlink? Journal of Information Science, 29(6), 445-463.
  195. Thelwall, M., & Aguillo, I. (2003). La salud de las Web universitarias españolas. Revista Española de Documentación Científica, 26(3), 291-305.
  196. Thelwall, M., Vaughan, L., Cothey, V., Li, X. & Smith, A. (2003). Which academic subjects have most online impact? A pilot study and a new classification process. Online Information Review, 27(5), 333-343.
  197. Park, H. & Thelwall, M. (2003). Hyperlink analyses of the world wide web: A review, Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication. (special issue: Internet Networks: The Form and the Feel) 8(4). http://jcmc.indiana.edu/vol8/issue4/park.html
  198. Thelwall, M. & Tang, R. (2003). Disciplinary and linguistic considerations for academic Web linking: An exploratory hyperlink mediated study with Mainland China and Taiwan. Scientometrics, 58(1), 153-179.
  199. Thelwall, M. (2003). What is this link doing here? Beginning a fine-grained process of identifying reasons for academic hyperlink creation. Information research, 8(3), paper no. 151. Available: http://informationr.net/ir/8-3/paper151.html.
  200. Wilkinson, D., Thelwall, M. & Li, X. (2003). Exploiting hyperlinks to study academic Web use. Social Science Computer Review, 21(3), 340-351.
  201. Tang, R. & Thelwall, M. (2003). Disciplinary differences in US academic departmental web site interlinking. Library & Information Science Research, 25(4), 437-458.
  202. Thelwall, M. (2003). A layered approach for investigating the topological structure of communities in the Web. Journal of Documentation, 59(4), 410-429.
  203. Li, X., Thelwall, M., Musgrove, P. & Wilkinson, D. (2003). The relationship between the links/Web Impact Factors of computer science departments in UK and their RAE ratings or research productivities in 2001. Scientometrics, 57(2), 239-255.
  204. Thelwall, M. & Wilkinson, D. (2003). Graph structure in three national academic Webs: Power laws with anomalies. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 54(8), 706-712.
  205. Thelwall, M. & Harries, G. (2003). The connection between the research of a university and counts of links to its Web pages: An investigation based upon a classification of the relationships of pages to the research of the host university. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 54(7), 594-602.
  206. Thelwall, M. & Wilkinson, D. (2003). Three target document range metrics for university Web sites. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 54(6), 489-496.
  207. Thelwall, M. (2003). Can Google’s PageRank be used to find the most important academic web pages? Journal of Documentation, 59(2), 205-217.
  208. Thelwall, M., Tang, R. & Price, E. (2003). Linguistic patterns of academic Web use in Western Europe. Scientometrics, 56(3), 417-432.
  209. Wilkinson, D., Harries, G., Thelwall, M. & Price, E. (2003). Motivations for academic Web site interlinking: Evidence for the Web as a novel source of information on informal scholarly communication. Journal of Information Science, 29(1), 49-56.
  210. Thelwall, M. (2003). Web use and peer interconnectivity metrics for academic Web sites. Journal of Information Science, 29(1), 11-20.
  211. Vaughan, L. & Thelwall, M. (2003). Scholarly use of the Web: What are the key inducers of links to journal Web sites? Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 54(1), 29-38.
  212. Thelwall, M. (2002). Research dissemination and invocation on the Web. Online Information Review, 26(6), 413-420.
  213. Thelwall, M. (2002). The top 100 linked pages on UK university Web sites: high inlink counts are not usually directly associated with quality scholarly content. Journal of Information Science, 28(6), 485-493.
  214. Thelwall, M. & Smith, A. (2002). A study of the interlinking between Asia-Pacific university Web sites. Scientometrics, 55(3), 363-376.
  215. Thelwall, M. (2002). A research and institutional size based model for national university web site interlinking. Journal of Documentation, 58(6), 683-694.
  216. Thelwall, M. (2002). Evidence for the existence of geographic trends in university web site interlinking. Journal of Documentation, 58(5), 563-574.
  217. Thelwall, M. (2002). In praise of Google: finding law journal Web sites. Online Information Review, 26(4), 271-272.
  218. Thelwall, M. (2002). Conceptualizing documentation on the Web: an evaluation of different heuristic-based models for counting links between university web sites. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 53(12), 995-1005.
  219. Chu, H., He, S. & Thelwall, M. (2002). Library and information science schools in Canada and USA: A Webometric perspective. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science, 43(2), 110-125.
  220. Thelwall, M. (2002). An initial exploration of the link relationship between UK university web sites. ASLIB Proceedings, 54(2), 118-126.
  221. Smith, A. & Thelwall, M. (2002). Web Impact Factors for Australasian universities, Scientometrics, 54(3), 363-380.
  222. Thelwall, M. (2002). Subject gateway sites and search engine ranking. Online Information Review, 26(2), 101-107.
  223. Thelwall, M. (2002). Methodologies for crawler based Web surveys. Internet Research: Electronic Networking and Applications, 12(2), 124-138.
  224. Thelwall, M. Binns, R. Harries, G. Page-Kennedy, T. Price E. & Wilkinson, D. (2002). European Union associated university Websites. Scientometrics, 53(1), 95-111.
  225. Thelwall, M. (2002). A comparison of sources of links for academic Web Impact Factor calculations. Journal of Documentation, 58(1), 60-72.
  226. Thelwall, M. (2001). Extracting macroscopic information from web links. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 52 (13), 1157-1168.
  227. Thelwall, M. Binns, R. Harries, G. Page-Kennedy, T. Price E., and Wilkinson, D. (2001). Custom interfaces for advanced queries in search engines. ASLIB Proceedings, 53(10), 413-422.
  228. Thelwall, M. (2001). Exploring the link structure of the Web with network diagrams. Journal of Information Science, 27(6), 393-402.
  229. Thelwall, M. (2001). A web crawler design for data mining. Journal of Information Science, 27(5), 319-325.
  230. Thelwall, M. (2001).Understanding and assessment methodology in an introductory statistics course.Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching, 20(3), 251-264.
  231. Thelwall, M. (2001). Web log file analysis: Backlinks and queries. ASLIB Proceedings, 53(6), 217-223.
  232. Thelwall, M. (2001).The responsiveness of search engine indexes. Cybermetrics, 5(1), http://www.cindoc.csic.es/cybermetrics/articles/v5i1p1.html.
  233. Thelwall, M. (2001).Commercial Web site links, Internet Research, 11(2), 114-124.
  234. Thelwall, M. (2001).Results from a Web Impact Factor crawler. Journal of Documentation, 57(2), 177-191.
  235. Thelwall, M. (2000).Who is using the .co.uk domain? Professional and media adoption of the Web,International Journal of Information Management, 20(6), 441-453.
  236. Thelwall, M. (2000).Effective Web sites for small to medium sized enterprises. Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development, 7(2), 149-159.
  237. Thelwall, M. (2000).Web Impact Factors and search engine coverage. Journal of Documentation, 56(2), 185-189.
  238. Thelwall, M. (2000).Commercial Web sites: Lost in cyberspace? Internet Research, 10(2), 150-159.
  239. Thelwall, M. (2000).Computer Based Assessment: A versatile educational tool. Journal of Computers and Education, 34, 37-49.
  240. Thompson, D., Homer, G. and Thelwall, M. (2000).An examination of the potential role of the Internet in distributed SPC and quality systems. Quality and Reliability Engineering International, 16(1), 51-57.
  241. Thelwall, M. (1999).Will MANs and SuperJANET dominate educational technology in the UK? International Journal of Educational Technology 1(1).
  242. Thelwall, M. (1998).A unique style of computer assisted assessment. Alt-J, 6(2) 49-57.
  243. Thelwall, M. (1991).Maximal triangular subalgebras of AF algebras. Journal of Operator Theory, 25, 163-176.
  244. Thelwall, M. (1991).Dilation theory for subalgebras of AF algebras. Journal of Operator Theory, 25, 275-282.
  245. Thelwall, M. (2009). Introduction to Webometrics: Quantitative Web Research for the Social Sciences. San Rafael, CA: Morgan & Claypool (Synthesis Lectures on Information Concepts, Retrieval, and Services, 2009, Vol. 1, No. 1).
  246. Thelwall, M. (2004). Link Analysis: An Information Science Approach. San Diego, CA: Academic Press.
  247. Thelwall, M. & Kappas, A. (2014). The role of sentiment in the social web. In: von Scheve, C. & Salmela, M. (eds.) Collective Emotions. Oxford: Oxford University Press (pp. 375-388).
  248. Thelwall, M. (2014). Sentiment analysis and time series with Twitter. In: Weller, K. Bruns, A. Burgess, J. Mahrt, M. Puschmann, C. (eds.) Twitter and Society. New York: Peter Lang (pp. 83-96).
  249. Thelwall, M. & Kousha, K. (2013). Web Impact Metrics for Research Assessment. In: Cronin, B., & Sugimoto, C., (ed.), Bibliometrics and Beyond: Metrics-Based Evaluation of Scholarly Research. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press (pp. -).
  250. Bar-Ilan, J., Shema, H., & Thelwall, M. (2013). Bibliographic references in Web 2.0. In: Cronin, B., & Sugimoto, C., (ed.), Bibliometrics and Beyond: Metrics-Based Evaluation of Scholarly Research. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press (pp. -).
  251. Thelwall, M. (2013). Society on the Web. In: Dutton, W., (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Internet Studies. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press (pp. 69-85).
  252. Thelwall, M., Kousha, K., Weller, K., & Puschmann, C. (2012). Assessing the impact of online academic videos. In: G. Widen Wulff & K. Holmberg, (Eds), Social Information Research, Bradford: Emerald Group Publishing Limited. (pp. 195-213).
  253. Thelwall, M. (2011). Assessing web search engines: A webometric approach. In: A. Foster & P. Rafferty, (Eds), Innovations in information retrieval, London: Facet Publishing. (pp. 135-45).
  254. Thelwall, M. (2011). Investigating human communication and language from traces left on the web. In: Malcolm Williams, W Paul Vogt, (Eds), The SAGE Handbook of Innovation in Social Research Methods, London: Sage. (pp. 167-181).
  255. Thelwall, M. (2011). Privacy and gender in the Social Web. In: Sabine Trepte, Leonard Reinecke, (Eds), Privacy online: Theoretical approaches and research perspectives on the role of privacy in the Social Web, New York: Springer. (Chapter 19).
  256. Thelwall, M. (2011). Debates in the Blogosphere. In: Coleman, S. (ed.), Leaders in the Living Room. Oxford: Reuters Institute (pp. 55-66).
  257. Thelwall, M. & Wilkinson, D. (2010). Blog Issue Analysis: An exploratory study of issue-related blogging. In: Birger Larsen, Jesper W. Schneider, Fredrik Åström (Eds), The Janusz Faced Scholar: A festschrift in honour of Peter Ingwersen, ISSI (pp. 203-218).
  258. Thelwall, M. (2010). Identifying winners and losers: The role of webometrics. In: Dutton, W. H., and Jeffreys, P. W. (eds.), World Wide Research: Reshaping the Sciences and Humanities. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press (pp. 45-47).
  259. Thelwall, M. (2010). Social networking and eResearch. In: Dutton, W. H., and Jeffreys, P. W. (eds.), World Wide Research: Reshaping the Sciences and Humanities. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press (pp. 157-159).
  260. Thelwall, M. (2009). A webometric analysis of Olle Persson, In: Fredrik Åström, Rickard Danell, Birger Larsen and Jesper Wiborg Schneider (Eds), Celebrating scholarly communication studies: A festschrift for Olle Persson, London: ISSI (pp. 61-71) http://www.issi-society.info/ollepersson60/ollepersson60.pdf.
  261. Thelwall, M. (2009). Bibliometrics to Webometrics, In: A. Gilchrist, Information science in transition, London: Facet Publishing (pp. 347-376).
  262. Thelwall, M. (2009). Visualization in e-Social Science. In. N. Jankowski (Ed.). e-Research: Transformation in scholarly practice. New York: Routledge (p. 163-181).
  263. Thelwall, M. (2009). Social network sites: Users and uses. In: M. Zelkowitz (Ed.), Advances in Computers 76. Amsterdam: Elsevier (pp. 19-73).
  264. Park, H.-W. & Thelwall, M. (2008). Rede de Hyperlinks: estudo da estrutura social na internet. In Duarte, Fabio, Quandt, Carlos Souza, Queila "O tempo das redes" (pp. 191-216) Perspectiva: Sao Paulo, Brazil. http://www.editoraperspectiva.com.br/livro.php?cod=850&tip=sum
  265. Thelwall, M. (2005). Directing students to new information types: A new role for Google in literature searches?, In: Miller, W., Pellen, R.M (Eds): Libraries and Google, 159-166.
  266. Thelwall, M. (2005). Data cleansing and validation for Multiple Site Link Structure Analysis. In: Scime, A. (Ed.), Web Mining: Applications and Techniques. Idea Group Inc., pp. 208-227 ISBN: 1-59140-415-0 (ISBN: 1-59140-414-2 h/c).
  267. Thelwall, M., Vaughan, L. & Björneborn, L. (2005). Webometrics. In: Annual Review of Information Science and Technology 39, 81-135.
  268. Park, H. & Thelwall, M. (2005). The network approach to web hyperlink research and its utility for science communication, In: Hine, C. (Ed.), Virtual Methods: Issues in Social Research on the Internet (chapter 13), London: Berg (pp. 171-181).
  269. Thelwall, M., (1999), Open access randomly generated tests: Assessment to drive learning. In: S. Brown, P. Race, & J. Bull, (Eds.), Computer Assisted Assessment in Higher Education, London: Kogan Page. ISBN 0 7494 3035 4
  270. Maggioni, M. A., Thelwall, M., & Uberti, T. E. (2009). Measuring and Mapping the World Wide Web through Web Hyperlinks. In: Pagani, M. (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Multimedia Technology and Networking, 2nd Ed. (Volume 2), pp. 887-893.
  271. Thelwall, M. (2008). Scientific Web Intelligence. In: Wang, J. (Ed.) Encyclopedia of data warehousing and mining 2nd Edition, Idea Group Inc.
  272. Thelwall, M.. (2008). Link Analysis. The International Encyclopedia of Communication (ed. Donsbach), Volume VI. Wiley-Blackwell (Oxford, UK and Malden, MA), 2715-2716.
  273. Thelwall, M. (2007). Hyperlink analysis, In: Reynolds, R., Woods, R., & Baker, J. (Eds.) Handbook of research on electronic surveys and measurements, Idea Group Inc. (Chapter XXXI) http://www.igi-pub.com/reference/details.asp?id=5070
  274. Thelwall, M. (2006). Hyperlink analysis, Encyclopedia of virtual communities and Technologies, Idea Group Inc. (p. 243-247).
  275. Thelwall, M. (2005). Scientific Web Intelligence. In: Wang, J. (Ed.) Encyclopedia of data warehousing and mining, Idea Group Inc. (pp. 995-999).
  276. Thelwall, M. (2005). Webometrics. In: Drake, M. A. (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science, Second Edition, Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York (pp. 1-8). http://www.dekker.com/sdek/abstract~db=~content=a713609926?words=&hash=
  277. Kousha, K. & Thelwall, M. (2015). Alternative Metrics for Book Impact Assessment:  Can Choice Reviews be a Useful Source? ISSI 2015, Turkey.
  278. Levitt, J.M. & Thelwall, M. (2015). How Often Are Patients Interviewed in Health Research? An Informetric Approach. ISSI 2015, Turkey.
  279. Low, W-J, Wilson, P. & Thelwall, M. (2015). Stopped Sum Models for Citation Data. ISSI 2015, Turkey.
  280. Ossenblok, T., Thelwall, M. & Guns, R. (2015). What's special about book editors? A bibliometric comparison of book editors in the SSH. ISSI 2015, Turkey.
  281. Didegah, F. & Thelwall, M. (2014). Article properties associating with the citation impact of individual articles in the social sciences. STI-ENID. Leiden.
  282. Levitt, J.M. & Thelwall, M. (2014). Investigating the impact of the award of the Nobel Prize on tweets. STI-ENID. Leiden.
  283. Garcia, D. & Thelwall, M. (2013). Political alignment and emotional expression in Spanish Tweets. Taller de Análisis de Sentimientos en la SEPLN / Workshop on Sentiment Analysis at SEPLN (TASS 2013).
  284. Mas Bleda, A., Thelwall, M., Kousha, K., & Aguillo, I. (2013). European highly cited scientists’ presence in the social web. In 14th International Society of Scientometrics and Informetrics Conference (ISSI 2013) (pp. 98-109).
  285. Mohammadi, E., & Thelwall, M. (2013). Assessing the Mendeley readership of social sciences and humanities research. In Proceedings of ISSI (pp. 200-214).
  286. Minguillo, D., & Thelwall, M. (2013). Industry research production and linkages with Academia: Evidence from UK science parks. In Proceedings Of ISSI 2013: The 14th Conference Of The International Society For Scientometrics And Informetrics (Vol. 1, p. 985).
  287. [Invited paper] Mike Thelwall, Kevan Buckley, George Paltoglou, Marcin Skowron, David Garcia, Stephane Gobron, Junghyun Ahn, Arvid Kappas, Dennis Küster, and Janusz A. Holyst (2013). Damping Sentiment Analysis in Online Communication: Discussions, Monologs and Dialogs. In: A. Gelbukh (Ed.): CICLing 2013, Part II, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 7817, pp. 1-12. Springer, Heidelberg.
  288. Lariviere, V., Macaluso, B., Milojevic, S., Sugimoto, C.R., & Thelwall, M. (2012). On the scientific impact of ArXiv: A case study of astrophysics. METRICS2012: Symposium on Informetric and Scientometrics Research (part of the ASIS&T Annual Meeting). [short paper]
  289. Ponomareva, N., & Thelwall, M. (2012). Do neighbours help? An exploration of graph-based algorithms for cross-domain sentiment classification. EMNLP-CoNLL 2012, 655-665.
  290. Ponomareva, N., & Thelwall, M. (2012). Biographies or blenders: Which resource is best for cross-domain sentiment analysis? CiCLING 2012, Delhi, India and Lecture Notes in Computer Science 7181/2012, 488-499.
  291. Minguillo, D. & Thelwall, M. (2009). The entrepreneurial role of the University: a link analysis of York Science Park. ISSI 2011, South Africa.
  292. Kousha, K. & Thelwall, M. (2009). Assessing the Citation Impact of Book-Based Disciplines:
  293. The Role of Google Books, Google Scholar and Scopus. ISSI 2011, South Africa.
  294. Levitt, J. & Thelwall, M. (2009). To what extent does the citation advantage of collaboration depend on the citation counting system? ISSI 2011, South Africa.
  295. Li, X., Thelwall, M. & Giustini, D. (2009). Validating Online Reference Managers for Scholarly Impact Measurement. ISSI 2011, South Africa.
  296. Gobron, S., Ahn, J., Silvestre, Q., Thalmann, D., Rank, S., Skowron, M., Paltoglou, G., Thelwall, M. (2011). An Interdisciplinary VR-architecture for 3D chatting with non-verbal communication, Joint Virtual Reality Conference of EuroVR (EGVE 2011).
  297. Paltoglou, G., Thelwall, M. & Buckley, K. (2010). Sentiment analysis of informal textual communication in cyberspace. In Proc. Engage 2010, Springer LNCS State-of-the-Art Survey, p. 13-25.
  298. Paltoglou, G. & Thelwall, M. (2010). A Study of Information Retrieval Weighting Schemes for Sentiment Analysis. Proceedings of the 48th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics, Uppsala, Sweden, 11-16 July 2010. Association for Computational Linguistics, Stockholm, pages 1386–1395.
  299. Thelwall, M. (2010). Webometrics: Emergent or Doomed? COLIS 2010, London.
  300. Kousha, K. & Thelwall, M. (2009). Google Book Search citation as impact indicator: A case study on information and library science journal articles. ISSI 2009, Rio, Brazil, July 2009.
  301. Levitt, J. & Thelwall, M. (2009). Is the higher citation of collaborative research the same in every country: A case study of economics. ISSI 2009, Rio, Brazil, July 2009.
  302. Greenaway, S. & Thelwall, M. (2009). Tagging YouTube - A classification of tagging practice on YouTube. ISSI 2009, Rio, Brazil, July 2009.
  303. Cugelman, B., Thelwall, M., & Dawes, P. (2009). Communication-based influence components model. Persuasive 09.
  304. Chibelushi, C. & Thelwall, M. (2009). Text mining for meeting transcript analysis to extract key decision elements, ICDMA_13 (The 2009 IAENG International Conference on Data Mining and Applications) Lecture Notes in Engineering and Computer Science (pp. 710-715).
  305. Levitt, J. & Thelwall, M. (2008). Indicators for the effectiveness of the Web of Science subject categories: A case study of Library and Information Science. STI conference, Vienna, September 2008.
  306. Cugelman, B., Thelwall, M., & Dawes, P. (2008). Selling e-campaign behaviors like e-commerce products, World Social Marketing Conference.
  307. Cugelman, B., Thelwall, M., & Dawes, P. (2008). Website credibility, active trust and behavioural intent. Persuasive 08, Oulu, Finland.
  308. Scharnhorst, A., Eberling, W., & Thelwall, M. (2008). Transient innovations - the case of blog hypes, workshop of the Arbeitskreis Physik sozio-ökonomischer Systeme (AKSOE) (Working group Physics of socio-economic systems) Spring conference of the DPG (German Physics Society). February, 25-28. Berlin Germany.
  309. Cugelman, B., Thelwall M., & Dawes P. (2007). Can brotherhood be sold like soap…Online? An online social marketing and advocacy pilot study. Persuasive 07 (Harvard, US).
  310. Stuart, D. & Thelwall, M. (2007). University-Industry-Government relationships manifested as MSN reciprocal links: Re-examining a case study of the UK West Midlands automobile industry, Proceedings of ISSI2007 Madrid (pp. 731-735).
  311. Holmberg, K. & Thelwall, M. (2007). Local government web sites in Finland: A geographic and webometric analysis, Proceedings of ISSI2007 Madrid (pp. 378-386).
  312. Levitt, J. & Thelwall, M. (2007). Atypical citation patterns in the twenty most highly cited documents in Library and Information Science, Proceedings of ISSI2007 Madrid (pp. 485-488).
  313. Zuccala, A., Thelwall, M. (2006). LexiURL Web link analysis for digital libraries. 6th ACM/IEEE Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL), 371-371.
  314. Kousha, K. & Thelwall, M. (2006). Sources of Google Scholar citations outside the Science Citation Index: A comparison between four science disciplines. Science and Technology Indicators conference, Leuven, Belgium.
  315. Thelwall, M. (2006). Bloggers during the London attacks: Top information sources and topics. WWW2006 blog workshop, http://www.blogpulse.com/www2006-workshop/
  316. Smith, A. & Thelwall, M. (2005). Web links as an indicator of research output: a comparison of NZ Tertiary Institution links with the Performance Based Research Funding assessment, ISSI 2005, (short paper).
  317. Kousha, K. & Thelwall, M. (2005). Motivations for linking to open access LIS library and information science articles: Exploring characteristics of sources of Web citation. ISSI 2005.
  318. Thelwall, M. & Wouters, P. (2005). What’s the deal with the web/Blogs/the next big technology: A key role for information science in e-social science research? CoLIS 2005, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 3507, 187-199. http://www.springerlink.com/app/home/contribution.asp?wasp=db01e19f8559485a8b85000c67af9e45&referrer=parent&backto=issue,15,21;journal,19,2033;linkingpublicationresults,1:105633,1
  319. Stuart, D. & Thelwall, M. (2005). What can university-to-government web links tell us about a university’s research productivity and the collaborations between universities and government?, Proceedings of ISSI 2005, 188-192.
  320. Thelwall, M. (2004). Vocabulary Spectral Analysis as an exploratory tool for Scientific Web Intelligence. In: Information Visualization (IV04), Los Alamitos, CA: IEEE, pp. 501-506.
  321. Tang, R. & Thelwall, M. (2003). Patterns of international and national Web inlinks to US university departments: A Webometric analysis of disciplinary specificity. Proceedings of ISSI 2003, Dailan University of Technology Press, Dailan, China, pp. 312-320.
  322. Tang, R. & Thelwall, M. (2002). Exploring the pattern of links between Chinese university Web sites, Proceedings of the 65th ASIST Annual Meeting Volume 39 (ASIST 2002), pp. 417-424.
  323. Vaughan, L. & Thelwall, M. (2002). Web link counts correlate with ISI Impact Factors: evidence from two disciplines, Proceedings of the 65th ASIST Annual Meeting Volume 39 (ASIST 2002), pp. 436-443.
  324. Thelwall, M. (2001). A survey of search engine capabilities useful in data mining, Proceedings of the ASIST Annual Meeting Volume 38 (ASIST 2001) 24-30.
  325. Smith, A. and Thelwall, M. (2001).Web Impact Factors and university research links, Proceedings of the8th International Conference on Scientometrics & Informetrics, vol 2, Sydney Australia, 16-20 July, 657-664.
  326. Thompson, D., Homer, G. and Thelwall, M. (1999).SPC and quality systems – The potential role of the internet, Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on the Control of Industrial Processes, University of Newcastle, March 1999.
  327. Thelwall, M. (1998).The advantages of randomly generated computer assisted assessment, Proceedings of the Computer Assisted Assessment Conference, Loughborough June 1998.
  328. Thompson, D., Thelwall, M. and McKenna, R. (1997).Developing a short course on the Internet for business, Proceedings of the CTI computing conference, Dublin August 1997.
  329. Thelwall, M. (1996).A computer based assessment project, Proceedings of the Computers in Teaching Initiative conference, July 1996.

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Other conference papers, posters, workshops and magazine articles

  1. Thelwall, M. (2015). Chatting through Pictures? A Classification of Images Tweeted in one week in the UK and USA
  2. Kappas, A., Thelwall, M. Garcia, S., Schweitzer, F. (2015). Communicating emotions electronically - fora, Twitter, et al.: What makes you do it and what happens then? #bravenewworld? #generalprocesses #nosurprises, 2015 SPSP Annual Convention, Long Beach, CA. http://spspmeeting.org/2015/Program/Poster-Assignments.aspx (poster)
  3. Shema, H., Bar-Ilan, J. & Thelwall, M. (2014). Scholarly blogs are a promising altmetric source. Research Trends 37 (June 2014), 11-13.
  4. Thelwall, M. (2014). A brief history of Altmetrics. Research Trends 37 (June 2014), 3-5.
  5. Levitt, J. & Thelwall, M. (2014). From Webometrics to Altmetrics: One and a Half Decades of Digital Research at Wolverhampton. LIDA 2014
  6. Thelwall, M. (2014). Beyond the CV: letting academics tell their own stories. Research Fortnight, February 12, p.21.
  7. Thelwall, M. (2013). Sentiment analysis for the social web, FP7 FET Cluster meeting, Lucca, Italy.
  8. Georgios Paltoglou and Mike Thelwall (2013). More than bag-of-words: Sentence-based document representation for sentiment analysis, RANLP.
  9. Anna Chmiel, Julian Sienkiewicz, Mike Thelwall, Georgios Paltoglou, Stefan Thurner and Janusz Holyst (2013). Emotional transfers in a BBC forum multiplex network. European Conference on Complex Systems (ECCS13),  Barcelona.
  10. Mas Bleda, A., Aguillo, I., Thelwall, M. (2013). European Highly Cited Scientists’ Presence in the Social Web, ISSI 2013, Vienna.
  11. Joinson, A., Thelwall, M., Sessions Goulet, L., Ellison, N., Boyd, D., & Contractor, N. (2013). Methodological Opportunities and Challenges in the Age of Social Media and “Big Data”: Beyond the Survey. International Communication Association, London. (panel)
  12. Shifman, L., Thelwall, M. & Levy, H. (2013). Internet jokes: The secret agents of globalization?, International Communication Association, London.
  13. Thelwall, M. (2012). Social media data analysis course. University of Manchester centre for social statistics (CCSR). December, 2012.
  14. Lariviere, V., Macaluso, B., & Milojevic, S. (presenter), Sugimoto, C.R., & Thelwall, M. (2012). Of caterpillars and butterflies: The life and afterlife of an arXiv e-print. altmetrics12: ACM Web Science Conference 2012 Workshop. Evanston, IL. June 21, 2012.
  15. Sugimoto, C.R., Ding, Y. & Thelwall, M. (2012). Library and information science in the big data era: Funding, projects, and future [panel]. American Society for Information Science and Technology 2012.
  16. Thelwall, M. (2012). A history of webometrics. ASIST Bulletin, 39(6) Aug-Sept 2012, p. 18-11.
  17. Sugimoto, C.R. (presenter), Cronin, B., Ding, Y., Lariviere, V., Milojevic, S., & Thelwall, M. (2012). Toward a new model of scholarly communication. Social Science and Digital Research: Interdisciplinary Insights. University of Oxford, UK. March 12, 2012.
  18. Hadas Shema, Judit Bar-Ilan and Mike Thelwall. (2012). Self-citation of bloggers in the science blogosphere, International Conference on Science and the Internet 2012 (#cosci12), Dusseldorf, 1-3 August.
  19. Thelwall, M. (2011). Sentiment analysis (5 lectures). RUSSIR Summer School, St Petersburg.
  20. Junghyun Ahn, Anna Borowiec, Kevan Buckley, Di Cai, Anna Chmiel, Agnieszka Czaplicka, Grzegorz Dabrowski, Antonios Garas, David Garcia, Stéphane Gobron, Robert Hillmann, Janusz Hołyst, Arvid Kappas, Dennis Küster, Marija Mitrovic, Georgios Paltoglou, Hannes Pirker, Stefan Rank, Frank Schweitzer, Julian Sienkiewicz, Marcin Skowron, Paweł Sobkowicz, Daniel Thalmann, Mike Thelwall, Mathias Theunis, Matthias Trier, Elena Tsankova, Paweł Weronski, CYBEREMOTIONS – Collective Emotions in Cyberspace, The European Future Technologies Conference and Exhibition (FET11) June 2011.
  21. Thelwall, M. (2010). Detecting and analysing emotion in social network sites. The Political Economy of Surveillance: A Research Workshop, September.
  22. Farida Vis, Mike Thelwall, Liesbet van Zoonen, Sabina Mihelj (2010). Challenging dominant representations of Islam online: innovative methods for studying YouTube. Innovative Methods in the Study of Religion Conference, 29th/30th March 2010. Royal Mint, London.
  23. Levitt, J. & Thelwall, M. (2009). Measuring the citation levels of subfields as delineated by keywords: Investigating economics articles in Scopus. ISSI 2009, Rio, Brazil, July 2009 (poster).
  24. Levitt, J. & Thelwall, M. (2009). Bibliometric assessment of economics research in the UK: A pilot study. ASIST 2009, USA 2009 (poster).
  25. Angus, E. & Thelwall, M. (2009). Flickr: an academic image resource?. ISSI 2009, Rio, Brazil, July 2009 (poster).
  26. Levitt, J. & Thelwall, M. (2008). The impact of late citation on evaluating applied research: A case study of the Scopus ‘Engineering’ category. STI conference, Vienna, September 2008 (poster).
  27. Thelwall, M. & Ackland, R. (2008). The ethics of large-scale Web data analysis. E-research ethics forum, ESRC Research Methods Festival, Oxford University, 2 July, 2008.
  28. Thelwall, M. (2008). Collective Mind Reading via Blogs, CREEN workshop, Network Science conference, Norwich, June 2008.
  29. Fry, J. & Thelwall, M. (2008). Measuring the Impact of e-Research: How to Account for Disciplinary Differences. NCeSS E-Social Science conference, Manchester.
  30. Thelwall, M. & Fry, J. (2008). Web evidence for the impact of e-research: The case of linguistics. Oxford e-Research conference. http://www.oii.ox.ac.uk/microsites/eresearch08/
  31. Thelwall, M. (2008). Media@LSE conference: Large-Scale Analysis of News Blogging: The New Mind Reading? For panel: User-generated content and the news: audiences, democracy and journalistic ethics.
  32. Godfrey, A., Enayat, M., Thelwall, M. (2008). Generating new media and new participation in Iran: The case of Zigzag, International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), Stockholm, Sweden, July 20-25.
  33. Shifman, L, & Thelwall, M. (2008). The world in a grain of sand: Virtual memetics and invisible globalization in one internet joke. Association of Internet Researchers Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark.
  34. Park, H-W, & Thelwall, M. (2008). Social network analysis of ideological landscapes from the political blogosphere: the case of South Korea, Politics: Web 2.0: An International Conference
  35. Thelwall, M. (2008). Social networking - Quantitative Analysis of MySpace Users: Gender, Friend Counts and Swearing http://www.geog.le.ac.uk/orm/futures/futuresmyspace.htm
  36. Thelwall, M. (2008). MySpace, Facebook, Bebo: Social Networking Students. Alt-N (online only) http://newsletter.alt.ac.uk/e_article000993849.cfm
  37. Thelwall, M. (2007). How do general social networking sites embed in the Web? Towards a Social Science of Web 2.0, York University, September 2007. Abstract: http://www.york.ac.uk/res/siru/web2.0/thelwall.htm and multimedia presentation: http://redress.lancs.ac.uk/Workshops/Presentations.html
  38. Cugelman, B., Thelwall, M., & Dawes, P. (2007). Online interaction and offline behavioural change-a research project ICS Postgraduate Conference: Communication Technologies of Empowerment, Leeds, 20 April 2007.
  39. Thelwall, M. (2007). Web science: What can information science contribute? ISSI Newsletter, 10, 21-24.
  40. Angus, E., Stuart, D. & Thelwall, M. (2007). University groups in Flickr: Tagging for purpose or pleasure? Proceedings of ISSI2007 Madrid (pp. 824-825).
  41. Levitt, J. & Thelwall, M. (2007). Two new h-index indicators: Hirsch Frequencies and the Normalised Hirsch Index, Proceedings of ISSI2007 Madrid (pp. 876-877).
  42. Thelwall, M. (2006). Curiosities or war: What captures the public attention? Gesellschaft für Angewandte Linguistik 06. http://www.gal-ev.de/jahrestagung-2006.html
  43. Scharnhorst, A. & Thelwall, M., (2006). Webometrics for Social Science and Humanities Researchers, Society for the Social Studies of Science Annual Meeting, Vancouver, Canada.
  44. Rall, D. Thelwall, M. & Boyd, W. (2006). Disciplinary diasporas or goldrush? Tracking scholarly migration to internet studies and research. AoIR 7.0 September 27-30, 2006, Brisbane, Australia. http://conferences.aoir.org/viewabstract.php?id=602&cf=5
  45. Barjak, F. & Thelwall, M. (2006). A statistical analysis of the web presences of European life sciences research teams, Indicators on Science, Technology and Innovation. History and new Perspectives, Lugano, Switzerland. http://www.ticinoricerca.ch/conference/abstracts/Barjak_Thelwall_abstract.pdf#search=%22%22Simon%20Robinson%22%20netreact%22  http://www.ticinoricerca.ch/conference/presentations/barjak.pdf
  46. Fry, J. & Thelwall, M. (2006). Using domain analysis and organisational theory to understand e-social science sustainability. Second International Conference on e-Social Science, 28-30 June 2006, Manchester, UK.
  47. Kousha, K. & Thelwall, M., (2006). Google Scholar citations and Google Web/URL citations: A multi-discipline exploratory analysis. COLLNET 2006 Proceedings, 234-247.
  48. Scharnhorst, A. & Thelwall, M., (2005). Citation and hyperlink networks. Current Science, 89(9), 1518-1523. http://www.ias.ac.in/currsci/nov102005/1518.pdf
  49. Barjak, F., Li, X, & Thelwall, M. (2005). Which factors explain the web impact of scientists’ personal home pages? Presentation at Internet Research 6.0: Internet Generations, http://conferences.aoir.org/viewabstract.php?id=117&cf=3
  50. Thelwall, M. & Payne, N. (2005). Link analysis: An informetric technique, Proceedings of ISSI 2005, 681-682 (poster).
  51. Thelwall, M. & Wouters, P. (2005). The Internet as an indirect source for social science research, NCeSS, poster.
  52. Thelwall, M. (2004). Web citation analysis. Emerald Link Learning Curve, http://fiordiliji.emeraldinsight.com/vl=6209974/cl=286/nw=1/rpsv/librarylink/info/curves.htm.
  53. Thelwall, M. & Vaughan, L. (2004). Webometrics: An introduction to the special issueJournal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. 55(14), 1213-1215.
  54. Vaughan, L. & Thelwall, M. (2004). Scholarly Communication on the Web. Tehran conference on Scientometrics and Webometrics,University of Tehran, Iran.
  55. Kousha, K. & Thelwall, M. (2004).Motivations for linking to open access LIS e-articles: Exploring characteristics of sources of web citation. Tehran conference on Scientometrics and Webometrics, University of Tehran, Iran.
  56. Park, H. & Thelwall, M. (2004). Dynamics of digital location and geographical distance on cyberspace: Focusing on academic websites in Eurasian region. International Conference of the Opportunities for Application of Information Technologies for Development of Business, Economic Growth, and Education, Korean Association of Logos Management, The Social Science Institute of Yeungnam University, and Istedod Foundation of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan, June 2-4, Daegu, South Korea.
  57. Thelwall, M. (2004). Using search engines and web crawlers in social science research, RC33 Sixth International Conference on Social Science Methodology (Amsterdam, August 16-20).
  58. Thelwall, M. (2004). Hyperlink analysis: Merton & Garfield vs. Malinowski & MacRoberts. IR 5.0 (19-22nd September, Brighton).
  59. Thelwall, M. (2003). Measuring scholarly communication on the Web. Bibliometric Analysis in Science and Research: Applications, Benefits and Limitations. Germany: Forschungszentrum (Research Centre) Jülich, pp.77-85.
  60. Vaughan, L. & Thelwall, M. (2003). Search engine coverage bias: evidence and possible causes. ASIST SIG III session: Sharing and accessing Internet resources across barriers of nation, language, and collection
  61. Thelwall, M. (2003). Patterns and problems of cross-border collaboration: the social impact of the hybrid Web. Abstracts of the Conference of the European Sociological Association, Murcia, (Spain), September 23-26, pp327-328.
  62. Thelwall, M. (2003). An overview of link analysis techniques for academic web sites. ISSI 2003.
  63. Li, X., Thelwall, M., Musgrove, P. & Wilkinson, D. (2003). Do academic web pages in Western Europe attract more links if they are in English?, ISSI 2003.
  64. Li, X., Thelwall, M., Musgrove, P. & Wilkinson, D. (2002). The relationship between the links/Web Impact Factors of computer science departments in UK and their RAE (Research Assessment Exercise) ranking in 2001. Seventh International S&T Indicators Conference from 25 to 28 September 2002 in Karlsruhe, Germany.
  65. Soualmia, L.F., Darmoni, S.J. Le Duff, F., Douyère, M., & Thelwall, M. (2002). Web Impact Factor: A bibliometric criterion applied to medical informatics societies’ Web sites, In: Proceedings of MIE 2002, Seventeenth International Congress of the European Federation for Medical Informatics, Studies in Health Technology & Informatics, 90, 178-183.
  66. Douyère, M., Soualmia, L.F., Le Duff, F., Thelwall, M. & Darmoni, S.J. (2002). Web Impact Factor: Un outil bibliométrique appliqué aux sites Web des facultés de médecine et des CHU français, Neuvièmes Journées Francophones d'Informatique Médicale. 6-7 mai 2002, Québec-Canada.
  67. Thelwall, M. (2002). Analysing the link structure of the web sites of national university systems. EASST 2002 York July 2002.
  68. Chu, H., He, S. & Thelwall, M. (2002). Library and information science schools in Canada and USA: A Webometric perspective. ALISE 2002, Jan 15-18 Louisiana, USA.
  69. Bishop, P., Cox, B., Fothergill, R., Kyle, J., Lawson, D., Mitchell, M., Rathbone, J., Stone, E. and Thelwall, M. (2001), Inter-Institutional collaboration on easing the transition to university, LTSN Maths and Stats Newsletter, 1(1), 5-8.
  70. Thelwall, M. (2000), Linking SPC data via the Internet, workshop at PCI 2000.
  71. Thelwall, M. (2000),Implications of search engine coverage on the viability of commercial websites, poster session in ICEIS 2000, 14/4/00.
  72. Thelwall, M.,The promotion of understanding by the use of open access computerised assessment in introductory mathematics and statistics courses, Alt-C 99, University of Bristol, September 1999.
  73. Thelwall, M., Randomly generated motivation from maths and stats tests, (1999) Maths and Stats, 10(1), 13-16. (Magazine article)
  74. Thelwall, M.,A virtual reality machine for vector geometry, Alt-C 98 poster/demonstration, University of Oxford, September 1998.
  75. Thelwall, M.,The virtual campus - Paradigm or metaphor?,Alt-C 98, University of Oxford,  September 1998.
  76. Thelwall, M.,Computer Based Assessment for numeracy, Electronic Learning conference November 1997.
  77. Thelwall, M.,Computer Based Assessment for numeracy, Skills Across the Curriculum conference July 1997.
  78. Thelwall, M.,Triangular subalgebras of AF algebras, Operator Theory Conference, Cork 1989.

 

Project reports not published elsewhere

  1. Eric T. Meyer, Kathryn Eccles, Michael Thelwall, Christine Madsen (2009). Final Report, 09 June 2009 Draft for Comment Usage and Impact Study of JISC‐funded Phase 1 Digitisation Projects: & the Toolkit for the Impact of Digitised Scholarly Resources (TIDSR). https://www.slashtmp.iu.edu/public/download.php?FILE=etmeyer/48723owSVK3
  2. Robinson, S., Mentrup, A., Barjak F. and Thelwall M. (2007). Collection and analysis of existing data on RESearchers CAReers and implementation of new data collection activities - the Research Team Survey. Empirica GmbH
  3. Zuccala, A., Thelwall, M., Oppenheim, C., & Dhiensa, R. (2006). Digital repository management practices, user needs and potential users: An integrated analysis. University of Wolverhampton.
  4. Simon Robinson, Alexander Mentrup, Franz Barjak and Mike Thelwall, Xuemei Li and Wolfgang Glänzel (2006). The Role of Networking in Research Activities (NetReAct D4.1). Empirica GmbH.
  5. Thelwall, M. (2009). Review of: Bibliometrics and Citation Analysis: From the Science Citation Index to Cybermetrics. By Nicola De Bellis. Library and Information Science Research, 11(4), 268-269.
  6. Thelwall, M. (2009). Review of: Spink, A. Handbook of Research on Web Log Analysis. Journal of the American Society for Information Science & Technology, 60(9), 1943.
  7. Thelwall, M. (2006). Review of: Seaton, Jean. Carnage and the Media. London: Allen Lane, 2005   Information Research, 11(4), review no. R224  [Available at: http://informationr.net/ir/reviews/revs224.html]
  8. Thelwall, M. (2006). Amanda Spink, Bernhard J. Jansen, Web Search: Public Searching of the Web. Information Processing & Management, 42(2), 593-594.
  9. Thelwall, M. (2003). Review of Vaughan, L. (2001). Statistical Methods for the Information Professional: A practical, Painless Approach to Understanding, Using, and Interpreting Statistics. Information Processing and Management, 35(1), 151-152.
  10. Thelwall, M. (2002). Review of: George Chang, Marcus J. Healey, James A. M. McHugh and Jason T. L. Wang. Mining the world wide web: an information search approach. Journal of Documentation, 58(2) 210-212.
  11. Thelwall, M. (2002). A guide to finding quality information on the Internet (Second Edition) by Alison Cooke. Journal of Documentation, 58(6), 704-705.
  12. Thelwall, M. (2015). Fast sentiment strength detection for big social web data. Big Data Analytics Summer School (INESC-ID/IST), Lisbon.
  13. Thelwall, M. (2015). Sentiment strength detection: A social sciences perspective. International Conference on Web Engineering 2015 (ICWE 2015), Rotterdam.
  14. Thelwall, M. (2014). Altmetrics for librarians. Danish Librarian Annual Meeting, Copenhagen.
  15. Thelwall, M. (2014). Using software to automatically gather online network data. Radboud University, Nijmegen, the Netherlands.
  16. Thelwall, M. (2014). Twitter analysis and sentiment analysis. Tourism PhD summer school, Helsinki.
  17. Kappas, A. & Thelwall, M. (2014). Cognition 3.0: Cyberspace - The Final Frontier? Interdisciplinary College 2014 (IK2014), Günne, Germany.
  18. Social Web Sentiment Analysis, Digital Methods Winter School. Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
  19. Damping Sentiment Analysis in Online Communication: Discussions, Monologs and Dialogs. CICLing 2013, Samos, Greece.
  20. Social media and social science research: What are the key issues researchers face?, OII and NatCen conference "Blurring the boundaries: new social media, new social science?", London, 2012.
  21. Webometrics - The Evolution of a Digital Social Science Research Field, OeSS Symposium: Interdisciplinary Insights on the Social Science of Digital Research, Oxford Internet Institute, 2012.
  22. Sentiment strength detection in the social web: From YouTube arguments to Twitter praise, 11th international conference on applications of natural language to information systems, Alicante 2011.
  23. Evaluating online evidence of research impact, altmetrics11 workshop, Koblenz. 2011
  24. Webometrics, EC3 Seminar 2011, University of Granada.
  25. Sentiment analysis, SIEE 2011 Marrakesh.
  26. Measuring sentiment strength in informal text, SoNet-2010 Workshop, Brno, Czech Republic, September 2010.
  27. Social Network Sites: A data mining approach, SoNet-2010 Workshop, Brno, Czech Republic, September 2010.
  28. Sentiment analysis for short informal text, Workshop on Computational Approaches to Subjectivity and Sentiment Analysis (WASSA) Workshop, Lisbon, Portugal, August 2010.
  29. Detecting and analysing emotion in social network sites, Social networks in cyberspace, University of Wolverhampton, April 2010.
  30. Detecting public news interests from blogs and MySpace. Recent Advances in Natural Language Processing 2009: Events in emerging text types workshop, Borovets, Bulgaria, September 2009.
  31. Webometric methods for data collection. Communication Science and Network Science workshop, Amsterdam, December 2008.
  32. Emotional information: Sentiment in documents & communication, SIGUSE workshop at ASIST, Columbus, Ohio. October 25, 2008.
  33.  Information Behaviour and Web 2.0 Social Networks, Information behaviour on the Internet – challenges for the libraries, Turku, Finland, 2008.
  34. [Webometrics]. Nordic Workshop on Bibliometrics and Research Policy. Oslo University College. September 29th, 2006.
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