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24 heures sur twitter: les (presque) 240 000 tweets contenant le terme “sarkozy” | L'histoire contemporaine à l'ère numérique

24 heures sur twitter: les (presque) 240 000 tweets contenant le terme “sarkozy” | L'histoire contemporaine à l'ère numérique | Humanidades digitales |
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The role of Twitter in the life cycle of a scientific publication

Twitter is a micro-blogging social media platform for short messages that can have a long-term impact on how scientists create and publish ideas. We investigate the usefulness of twitter in the development and distribution of scientific knowledge.

Via Pierre Levy
luiy's curator insight, May 18, 2013 3:11 PM

Many scientists are making the move towards social media in order to accelerate  and amplify their scientific impact (Fausto et al. 2012; Fox 2012; Piwowar 2013). One in 40 scientists is active on Twitter (Priem et al. 2012a), 25,000 blog entries have been indexed on the Research Blogging platform, and 2 million scientists are using Mendeley, a reference sharing tool (Piwowar 2013). Here, we consider 140 how social media, and Twitter in particular, can influence the life cycle of scientific publication, from inception and collaboration on a spark of an idea to the communication of a finished product. Specifically, we evaluate and discuss the benefits of Twitter for (1) increasing scholarly connections and networks, (2) quickly developing ideas through novel collaborations and pre-review, and (3) amplifying the dissemination and discussion of scientific knowledge both within and beyond the ivory tower of academia.



The impact of scientific papers has traditionally been measured in terms of
numbers of citations (Neylon and Wu 2009). Tweeting can influence this impact metric. For example, articles published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research that were tweeted about frequently in the first three days following publication were 11 times more likely to be highly cited 17 to 29 months later than  less tweeted articles (Eysenbach 2011). In fact, top-cited articles could be predicted quite accurately from their early tweeting frequency (Eysenbach 2011). In a separate study of ~4600 scientific articles published in the preprint database, Shuai et al. (2012) found that papers with more mentions on Twitter were also associated with more downloads and early citations of papers, although the causality of these relationships is unclear (Shuai et al. 2012).

Antonio Figueiredo's curator insight, May 19, 2013 4:54 AM

Paper available on PeerJ discusses the role of Twitter in the lifecycle of a scientific publication.

Renato P. dos Santos's curator insight, May 20, 2013 10:07 AM

estudo conclui que o Twitter contribui para a publicação científica no século 21

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Twitter y la Historia del Presente

Twitter y la Historia del Presente | Humanidades digitales |
Una de las habilidades más importantes en la labor del historiador que se enseñan en los salones de clase es el análisis de fuentes. Trabajamos sobre ella co
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Krista Siegler y José Ragas reflexionan sobre la importancia de Twitter para el conocimiento de la historia del tiempo presente

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