I have a Ph.D. in Social Sciences by the University of Granada (Spain) and my research is focused on Information and Scientific Communication. I work as an Assistant Professor of Library and Information Science at the Complutense University of Madrid. As a researcher, I am a member of INFOBISOC, a research group on Information, Libraries and Society. As well, I collaborate with Secaba Lab (University of Granada) keeping up to date the tool Secaba-Rank that I developed and implemented during my Ph.D. On the other hand, I have just become the Deputy Editor of RIBES, a Spanish scientific journal on libraries, education and society.
In the current academic year I am teaching 3 courses of the Degree in Library Sciences (Complutense University):
During the last years I have taught several courses:
My main research line is the evaluation of libraries. Currently, I am also focusing my research on Communication and Media Studies. You can find listed below my:
I have co-authored some reports analyzing the quality of libraries based on LibQUAL and "ad hoc" surveys. We carried out studies for some public and university libraries such as:
Please, if you want me to review a manuscript, consider that I took the pledge of "No free view? No review!", and I "will avoid serving as peer reviewer for venues that do not make publicly available the research that I review".
Here you can find information regarding the social impact of my research:
And here a brief sketch of the scientific/academic impact of my research (updated: November 9th 2023):
Please, if you need any further information, feel free to contact me at:
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