Demonstrating knowledge mobilization and accountability are increasingly prominent features of the scholarly landscape; scholar-practitioners need to understand and strategically manage available indicators of impact.
A presentation for ph.d´s and employees at DTU Library (Technical Information Center of Denmark, DTU) with hints, inspiration and information about what they can do them selves, and what their local library helps them with in relation to making their...
Presentation at the OpenUCT Impact Analysis Pilot Discussion on 6 May 2014 (http://goo.gl/NWoJ7K). This discussion included a look at tools, methodologies and considerations for measuring impact of scholarly outputs, with a focus on altmetrics.
Where is the information? Where are the scientifically relevant results? Where are the good ideas? Are these things (only) in journals?
The author:" In the not too distant future, today’s science journals will be replaced by a set of decentralized, interoperable services that are built on a core infrastructure of open data and evolving standards — like the Internet itself. What the journal did in the past for a single article, the social media and internet resources are doing for the entire scholarly output. We are now immersed in a transition to another science communication system— one that will tap on Web technology to significantly improves dissemination. I prefer to represent the future of science communication by a block diagram where the four main components: (i) Data, (ii) Publications, (iii) Dissemination and (iv) Certification/Reward"
This is a presentation I gave at MIT to the Boston ACS Young Chemists regarding how they can take advantage of some of the online tools to spread the message about their activities, their interests, get engaged with collaborative science and participate...
PubMed comprises more than 23 million citations for biomedical literature from MEDLINE, life science journals, and online books. Citations may include links to full-text content from PubMed Central and publisher web sites.
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