only a privileged few can read
the internet is still a luxury for many
Data sourced from: http://finvy.com/a-brief-history-of-publishing
hinder open access
what all this means for us
Relatively few researchers have the
knowledge or skills to manage their data
effectively, and only a small number of
people have the specialist data management
and curation skills combined with the subject
domain expertise often required in order to
provide effective support to researchers
in the course of their work.
Research Information Network (2010). Research support in UK universities. London: RIN.
Kenney, A., Maron, N., Miller, S. & Watkinson, C.(2013). Publarians or lublishers: role bending
in the new scholarly communications ecosystem. Charleston Conference 2013.
Tweets can predict highly
cited articles within the first
3 days of article publication
Eysenbach, G. (2011). Can tweets predict citations? Metrics of social impact based on Twitter and
correlation with traditional metrics of scientific impact. Journal of Medical Internet Research, e123.