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Mal Booth

The new metrics cannot be ignored - we need to implement centralised impact management ... - 0 views

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    By using the social web to convey both scholarly and public attention of research outputs, altmetrics offer a much richer picture than traditional metrics based on exclusive citation database information.
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Using Twitter for Curated Academic Content | Impact of Social Sciences - 0 views

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    "Using Twitter for Curated Academic Content"

    (Yes, you could do this or you could just use Zite or even Flipboard - apps freely available via iTunes. Mal Booth)
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"Towards Research Collaboration - a Taxonomy of Social Research Network" by Angelika Co... - 1 views

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    A taxonomy for social network sites.
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Social Media Lure Academics Frustrated by Traditional Publishing - Technology - The Chr... - 0 views

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    Short article on growing use of social media by academics (vice traditional publishing). Also touches on frustration with peer review.
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Social Media Benefits For Researchers - 0 views

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    An old presentation that has been much-viewed about the benefits of social media use for researchers.
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Six Social Media Trends for 2011 - David Armano - The Conversation - Harvard... - Stumb... - 0 views

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    Social media trends for 2011 from HBR. Worth a look, even if you don't agree with many of them (like me). I do think these trends have a distorted bias towards business and that misses the point really. There is also a growing push-back against Facebook that is ignored by this analysis from the US.
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DigitalKoans » Blog Archive » Social Media: A Guide for Researchers - 0 views

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    Released in February 2011, this guide for researchers introduces some basics about how social media may be of use and highlights some basic social media tools.
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Cochrane Collaboration on social media | Heidi Allen Digital Strategy - 0 views

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    Presentation on using social media in health and research.
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Social media: A guide for researchers (links and resources) | Research Information Network - 0 views

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    A recently seen guide to social media resources from the UK. Dated only 7 Feb 2011!
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Home - Quora - 0 views

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    Quora's service allows users to ask questions and give answers. Additionally, users can comment on the questions and answers and "upvote" or "downvote" the answers. An "Answer Summary" can be created to reflect the consensus of the community. This summary is a wiki that can be edited by any registered user.
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