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Octavian Andronic
Hello!
I'm going to hold a presentation with title Scientometrics in medicine - from theory to practice

Do you know any articles that provides informations about metrics in medicine? Thanks!
William Gunn
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IJCERT JOURNAL
Call for Papers from IJCERT Leading International Journal indexed in Many leading like Thomson reuters,Googlescholars etc..........for more info visit www.ijcert.org
Uchendu Eugene Chigbu
Altmetrics of women's life. Have you read "Repositioning culture for development: women and development", it is freely downloadable on Taylor & Francis website. http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/4CWDI2x7Ymyuigis2b9A/full
Maryam Fayazi
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Maria Osuna Alarcón
REBIUN-CERL Conference
Universidad de Salamanca, Salón de actos de la Facultad de Traducción y Documentación, Tuesday 15 March 2016. 'A coordinated approach to recording and searching provenance records and images: moving forward. Part 2. / Investigación coordinada sobre Procedencias. Hacia el futuro. Parte 2.' The programme is available here:
https://www.cerl.org/main
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Anna Maria Tammaro
Performance Measurement and Metrics (PMM) is now accepting manuscripts for a special themed issue titled, “Altmetric and Digital Libraries” to be published November, 2016 as Volume 17(3) .The submission deadline for completed manuscripts of ~5,000 words will be due September 1, 2016.
http://www.emeraldgrouppublishing.com/products/journals/call_for_papers.htm?id=6487
Javad Zaraat
Hi, I need to new articles in article level metrics, can you help me?
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firoozeh Dokhani
firoozeh Dokhani Hi
please cheek it :
1.link.springer.com/10.1007/s00264-015-2766-y
2. National Research Impact Indicators from Mendeley Readers 1.(Thelwall, Mike
Fairclough, Ruth)
3. http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/pt.3.2647...
16th November
Javad Zaraat
Javad Zaraat thanks, I'm a MA student, and my theses is about Altmetrics.
17th November
Kamal Hossain
Kamal Hossain Thank you for update.
25th November
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BEST Journals
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Ogunlana Kunle
I am a librarian ready to pursue my Ph.D programme on Altmetrics. I would like to seek assistant from member of this group. I will need advice from members, papers and conference presentations. Thank you all.
Catherine Chimes
Dear Colleagues,

We’re proud to announce the launch of the Altmetric Ambassadors program! We’ve debuted the Ambassadors program in response to requests to help researchers and librarians worldwide spread the word about altmetrics (in general) and Altmetric.com (in particular) at their institutions.

A team of volunteer Ambassadors will:

- Stay up-to-date with the latest altmetrics news and research
- Host brown bags to introduce their colleagues to altmetrics and Altmetric’s tools
- Show their colleagues how to explore the online attention surrounding their work using the Altmetric bookmarklet
- Add Altmetric badges to their personal or lab web pages
- Share their stories to demonstrate how altmetrics can help all researchers

In return, we’ll send you exclusive Altmetric swag, share top-secret development plans for Altmetric products, buy coffee and donuts any time you host an Altmetric-related workshop, and help connect you with a fantastic, international group of like-minded researchers and librarians.

Visit http://www.altmetric.com/ambassadors.php to learn more and register your interest today!

Kind regards,

Cat and the Altmetric team
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firoozeh Dokhani
firoozeh Dokhani Hi Catherine
thanks a lot for your announce about altmetrics Ambassadrors program . I'm a ph.D student , and my theses is about Altmetrics , so I will need your advice because I want do new subject in this area .
with the best regards
22nd August
Lenuta Ursachi
Lenuta Ursachi Thank you for your information. I'm an academic librarian and I'm pretty interested about the concept. I prepare a promotional plan about how it helps the academic staff from my university. So, I want to know as much as possible about it.
27th August
Kamal Hossain
Kamal Hossain Thank you for sharing!
13th September
Peter Kraker
We have recently had a call for position papers on interdisciplinary perspectives on bibliometrics in the context of the Web Science 2015 Workshop "Quantifying and Analysing Scholarly Communication on the Web (ASCW'15) - What can bibliometrics do for you? What can you do for bibliometrics?". All position papers have now been published on the workshop website under a CC license, and they are currently under an open peer review.

It would be grand to get your view on the issues discussed by the authors. You can access the papers here: http://ascw.know-center.tugraz.at/

We are currently also welcoming discussants of the above papers. Being a discussant includes (1) preparing a response to one of the accepted paper which will be published on this site, and (2) acting as a discussant of the same paper at the workshop (10 min). Please write a short message to ascw15@easychair.org if you are interested!
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firoozeh Dokhani
firoozeh Dokhani Hi Kraker
thanks a lot for your announcement ,I'm going to do my deses about altmetrics, so I really interested in know about this conference and workshop articles.
I pleased if you send me articles related about this conference especially in Altmetrics domain.
with the best regards
my mail : fdokhani@yahoo.com.
13th June
Lenuta Ursachi
Lenuta Ursachi Thank you for your information. I'm an academic librarian and I'm pretty interested about the concept. I prepare a promotional plan about how it helps the academic staff from my university. So, I want to know as much as possible about it. I assure you I'll have a look on the papers.
27th August
Peter Kraker
Peter Kraker Lenuta, thank you for your interest! firoozeh, all papers can be found online: http://ascw.know-center.tugraz.at/category/papers/
28th August
Alison Mark
Does anyone know of research exploring the different social media use rates of different disciplines? For example, I imagine solid state physicists use social media less than people researching nano-robotics, but is that true?
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Alison Mark
Alison Mark Thanks Hamed. That is useful. I also subsequently found http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11192-014-1499-9
9th June
Mike Taylor
Mike Taylor I'm currently working on data looking at activity across 27 subject areas for all publications in 2014, I'm aiming to publish (at least, this is what I've promised people :D ), so not the fine granuarlity you're after, but better than most research to date. I shall, of course, be posting it here :D
17th June
Julie Woodland
Julie Woodland Sound great Michael :) I will be looking forward to your results as its topical here in research support in Australia
15th July
Deirdre Dunne
Having a presence on social media linked to higher citation rates in academic journals

http://lsc.wisc.edu/2014/10/24/lsc-researchers-find-link-between-scientists-public-engagement-and-citation-rates/
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Dario Taraborelli
We just released a dataset of scholarly citations in the English Wikipedia by Pubmed / Pubmed Central ID.

http://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.1299540

The dataset currently includes the first known occurrence of a PMID or PMCID citation in an English Wikipedia article and the associated revision metadata, based on the most recent complete content dump of English Wikipedia. We’re planning on expanding this dataset to include other types of scholarly identifier soon.

Feel free to share this with anyone interested or spread the word via: https://twitter.com/WikiResearch/status/562422538613956608
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Dario Taraborelli
Dario Taraborelli We added to the original PMID/PMCID release a dump of all DOI mentions in English Wikipedia
https://twitter.com/WikiResearch/status/564908585008627712
12th February
Mike Taylor
Hi. I'm looking for a recent (ish) paper or presentaiton on the number of articles that get linked from Wikipedia - I'm sure I've seen or read one in the last 18 months, but I can't find one. Any help gratefully received! thanks
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Josep Gibert
Josep Gibert Thanks. You're right. It may be your article that Michael was looking for
12th February
Mike Taylor
Mike Taylor Perfect, thank you both.
12th February
Marinus Swanepoel
A couple of weeks a ago I watched a video where the presenter indicated the uptake/knowledge of altmetrics among faculty is around 7% (that is the number I remember). I would love to watch it again but cannot find it and did not bookmark it at the time :-( Can anybody help? Thanks
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Sue Wortman
Sue Wortman Euan Adie, of altmetric.com has presented on the uptake of altmetrics. Slides are here http://www.slideshare.net/BaltimoreNISO/adie-27107508
Recording from October 2013 presentation at NISO is here and his lightning talk starts around 47:25 http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/39680587.
11th June
William Gunn
William Gunn Michael Habib has reported a survey of researchers here: http://www.slideshare.net/habibmi/ssp-metrics-mch2
These slides are a bit dated, showing 1% awareness, but I believe he has presented updated results showing 7%, which is actually quite an increase in a year!
12th June
Kamal Hossain
Kamal Hossain Thank you for sharing.
13th September
Lambert Heller
Hi!

My name is Lambert, I'm from the Open Science Lab of TIB Hannover. (TIB is the German National Library for Science and Technology.)

12 month ago, I started with two colleagues from Humboldt University Berlin a betting game at a library conference in Berlin. (Cf. our blog posts in Google's english: http://translate.google.de/translate?hl=de&sl=de&tl=en&u=http%3A%2F%2Fblogs.tib-hannover.de%2Ftib%2F2013%2F02%2F21%2Finetbibs-bet-on-open-access-and-open-science%2F)

From our 12 bets on the "future of Open Access and Open Science", one question was to predict if (and when) the following will happen:

"Among the major universities (the 400 universities in the most recent Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings) at least 20 explicitly use altmetrics in tenure decisions or allocation of resources."

Participants could place their coins on "will happen until 2014-03-05".

It's not trivial to find evidences for something like that. Do you know if there is a collection of examples in the recent literature about altmetrics? Or do you know of any examples at all? Any hint would be of great help, thank you in advance! :)

Best,

Lambert
Mike Taylor
Mike Taylor Lambert, I have been trying to find a source (or any clue) for this quote, but I've drawn a blank, I'm afraid. I've heard rumours, but I can't find any facts. If I hear any of them, I'll let you know!
16th May
Kamal Hossain
Kamal Hossain Thank you for sharing.
13th September
Bernd Markscheffel
The submission deadline of March 03, 2014 for the 10th WIS in Ilmenau (Germany) is approaching. Please consider to contribute to and/or forward to the appropriate groups the opportunity to submit and publish original scientific results to COLLNET 2014. Authors of selected papers will be invited to submit extended article versions the COLLNET Journal of Scientometrics and Information Management. COLLNET 2014 Topics (topics and submission details: see CfP on the site www.tu-ilmenau.de/collnet2014/call-for-papers/

Bernd

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The aim of this group is to discuss new approaches to the assessment of scholarly impact based on new metrics. altmetrics go beyond traditional citation-based indicators as well as raw usage factors (such as downloads or click-through rates) in that they focus on readership, diffusion and reuse indicators that can be tracked via blogs, social media, peer production systems, collaborative annotation tools (including social bookmarking and reference management services).

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