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Altmetrics are the central way of measuring communication in the digital age but what do they miss?

Altmetrics are the central way of measuring communication in the digital age but what do they miss? | Social media and criminal justice policy exchange | Scoop.it
Inspired by the push towards altmetrics, Nick Scott sees great potential to better communicate indicators of academic success. But this does constitute impact? Here, he puts forward questions on me...
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Social media's politics of circulation have profound implications for how academic knowledge is discovered and produced.

Social media's politics of circulation have profound implications for how academic knowledge is discovered and produced. | Social media and criminal justice policy exchange | Scoop.it
As social media and other new forms of media emerge as influential ways to communicate academic knowledge, David Beer argues academics may need to pay more attention to the politics of circulation ...
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Which should I leave first, Twitter or Facebook?

Which should I leave first, Twitter or Facebook? | Social media and criminal justice policy exchange | Scoop.it
Paul Mason: Twitter is the first global conversation – but it is becoming morally depopulated. We need radical, collective action to save it
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Twitter | ESRC | The Economic and Social Research Council

Twitter | ESRC | The Economic and Social Research Council | Social media and criminal justice policy exchange | Scoop.it
Use Twitter to communicate to a wide audience. Twitter is a quick and easy way to communicate with researchers and others. Twitter is widely used by academics and others who may have an interest in your research and its impact.
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How to get started as an academic podcaster

How to get started as an academic podcaster | Social media and criminal justice policy exchange | Scoop.it
I first encountered the idea of academic podcasting when working for a University of Warwick based project a few years ago. It gave a small stipend to PhD students in exchange for producing a short...
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Advice for potential academic bloggers

Advice for potential academic bloggers | Social media and criminal justice policy exchange | Scoop.it
One year after starting his Mainly Macro blog, Simon Wren-Lewis discusses the value of academic blogging. He finds that blogging has improved his teaching and helped him clarify his ideas.  I wante...
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Blogger Ollie Evans, @dietjustice, on how Twitter has grown up

Blogger Ollie Evans, @dietjustice, on how Twitter has grown up | Social media and criminal justice policy exchange | Scoop.it
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“Why do you find blogging useful as a researcher?” | The Sociological Imagination

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100 Ways To Use Twitter In Education, By Degree Of Difficulty - Edudemic

100 Ways To Use Twitter In Education, By Degree Of Difficulty - Edudemic | Social media and criminal justice policy exchange | Scoop.it
Whether you’re an academic or just interested in building your Twitter profile, keep reading to learn some tips and tricks that can help you take the first steps towards using Twitter for coursework, research, building a professional network, and...
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Pew Internet: Social Networking (full detail) | Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project

Pew Internet: Social Networking (full detail) | Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project | Social media and criminal justice policy exchange | Scoop.it
Highlights of the Pew Internet Project’s research related to social networking
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Neil Lampert is the person behind the Probation Association Twitter Account, @ProbationAssoc (WIT#33)

Neil Lampert is the person behind the Probation Association Twitter Account, @ProbationAssoc (WIT#33) | Social media and criminal justice policy exchange | Scoop.it
Neil Lampert, Probation Association PR and Comms Manager, runs their corporate Twitter account @ProbationAssoc. #33 in Criminal Justice/Legal #WhyITweet series
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Why do academics blog? It's not for public outreach, research shows

Why do academics blog? It's not for public outreach, research shows | Social media and criminal justice policy exchange | Scoop.it
Blogging is touted as bridge between academia and the world but study finds it functions more like global common room
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Social Media and Public Policy | The Alliance for Useful Evidence

Social Media and Public Policy | The Alliance for Useful Evidence | Social media and criminal justice policy exchange | Scoop.it
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How you can learn from social media mistakes - Reason Digital

How you can learn from social media mistakes - Reason Digital | Social media and criminal justice policy exchange | Scoop.it
We’ve covered many times how social media is a great tool and one that can be used for social good. However, like all tools, social media isn’t inherently good nor bad, it’s about how you use them.
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Open Access - Keeping It Real

Open Access - Keeping It Real | Social media and criminal justice policy exchange | Scoop.it
Like rock and roll, Open Access is here to stay but, as with rock and roll, it doesn’t always live up to its own hype.
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How Does Multitasking Change the Way Kids Learn? | MindShift

How Does Multitasking Change the Way Kids Learn? | MindShift | Social media and criminal justice policy exchange | Scoop.it
Using tech tools that students are familiar with and already enjoy using is attractive to educators, but getting students focused on the project at hand might
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Students reject social media news sources | News | Lawyer2b

Students reject social media news sources | News | Lawyer2b | Social media and criminal justice policy exchange | Scoop.it
Law firms’ eagerness to master social media could be going to waste where students and trainees are concerned.
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How Twitter can be used to engage with supporters and employees

How Twitter can be used to engage with supporters and employees | Social media and criminal justice policy exchange | Scoop.it
Using social media in a thoughtful and honest way can break through hierarchies and engage staff, says Liam Barrington-Bush
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Chores, Sleeping, Sex – What Are YOU Sacrificing For Social Media? [INFOGRAPHIC] - AllTwitter

Chores, Sleeping, Sex – What Are YOU Sacrificing For Social Media? [INFOGRAPHIC] - AllTwitter | Social media and criminal justice policy exchange | Scoop.it
Chores, Sleeping, Sex – What Are YOU Sacrificing For Social Media? [INFOGRAPHIC]
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Lack of clarity over open access is "unacceptable" – RCUK must clarify and monitor its implementation closely - News from Parliament - UK Parliament

Lack of clarity over open access is "unacceptable" – RCUK must clarify and monitor its implementation closely - News from Parliament - UK Parliament | Social media and criminal justice policy exchange | Scoop.it
The House of Lords Science and Technology Committee has today criticised Research Councils UK’s (RCUK) for failures in its communication of its open access policy. The report says the previous lack of clarity about RCUK’s policy and guidance was...
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Social media for academia: some things I have learnt

Social media for academia: some things I have learnt | Social media and criminal justice policy exchange | Scoop.it
2012 was the year of my big experiment: trying out various forms of social media for academic purposes. I was in many ways a social media novice when I began, as I had only really dabbled in Facebo...
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Library Services in the Digital Age

Library Services in the Digital Age | Social media and criminal justice policy exchange | Scoop.it
The internet has already had a major impact on how people find and access information, and now the rising popularity of e-books is helping transform Americans’ reading habits.
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Google and the future of search: Amit Singhal and the Knowledge Graph

Google and the future of search: Amit Singhal and the Knowledge Graph | Social media and criminal justice policy exchange | Scoop.it
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