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Social media are important for scientists to let the world know whet they are doing. It is essential to communicate with scientists and the general public. It enhances their scientific relevance as …

Social media are important for scientists to let the world know whet they are doing. It is essential to communicate with scientists and the general public. It enhances their scientific relevance as well as their societal relevance

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  • I would like to include curation tools and particularly Scoop.it in this nice overview of social media for scientists. It allows to do, individually or as a network a fine science watching particularly for grey literature and to elaborate specific databases you can use for learning, teaching and research. Looking forward to reading from you. Enjoy nordsee
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  • 1. Social media for scientistsWouter Gerritsma, Wageningen UR Library
  • 2. The power of a tweet
  • 3. Within 24 h, 900 views, after 30 h 1039 views
  • 4. Imagine what happens when MichaelMüller tweets about his latest article
  • 5. Which he actually did the a day ago
  • 6. And got nearly 300 article views
  • 7. What is important! @nutrigenomics tweeted about an article published in open access journal! Any user with a mobile device, PC or other internet connection can access this paper
  • 8. Is this going to fly for Nature?
  • 9. But perhapsyou dont like twitter Source: http://fxvdigital.com/our-services/twitter-design/
  • 10. Some essential social media tools forscientists LinkedIn ● Academia.edu & Researchgate.net Google Scholar citations ● ResearcherID & ScopusID & ORCID Mendeley.com Slideshare.net Wikipedia Blogs
  • 11. Your contact book
  • 12. Full screen image with title
  • 13. ResearcherID profile of Hans Baveco
  • 14. Omnipresent h-index
  • 15. Google Scholar Citations, ResearcherID, Scopus Updates AvailabilityGS Citations Automatic PublicResearcherID Manually PublicScopus Automatic Next month?
  • 16. Your master number
  • 17. Thank you!http://tinyurl.com/7r67fmmOn the Web:@wowterwowter.netwww.slideshare.net/wowter

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