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Apresentação de autoria do pesquisador Aldo de Pape da Altmetrics (UK) realizada durante o Simpósio Internacional sobre Rankings Universitários e Impacto Acadêmico na Era do Acesso Aberto ( ...

Apresentação de autoria do pesquisador Aldo de Pape da Altmetrics (UK) realizada durante o Simpósio Internacional sobre Rankings Universitários e Impacto Acadêmico na Era do Acesso Aberto ( International Symposium on University Rankings and Scholarly Impact in the Open Access Era ), promovido pelo Sistema Integrado de Bibliotecas da USP - SIBiUSP e realizado durante a Semana do Acesso Aberto, no dia 22 de outubro de 2012, no Auditório da FEA-USP. Mais informações: http://www.bibliotecas.usp.br/simposio_rankings/

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SIR 2012 - Altmetrics Social Web - Aldo de Pape Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Why?Scientists talk about papers online• They really do. Approximately 750.000 articles shared each year and at least 1,3 million saved to online reference managers.
  • 2. Why?Scientists share links to articles(measured from July 2011 – July 2012)468 000 tweeters62 358 shared more than 1 paper6933 shared more than 10 papers….and growing
  • 3. How do we know?By chance.• Traditional metrics do not capture the opinion people have of an article.• Impact means different things for different people.
  • 4. Traditional MetricsCitation counts• Alt = Alternative• Flexibility• Sources of data
  • 5. Different things for different peopleInstitution, funder and publisher• Which questions do they have?• Definition of an article• Relevant data and indicators
  • 6. The Promise of AltmetricsWe are not there yet.• More experimentation, more research• Useful metrics• Predicting success?
  • 7. The Promise of AltmetricsWe are not there yet.• More experimentation, more research• Useful metrics• Predicting success?
  • 8. So what do we do?We aggregate, identify, disambiguate andexpose• Raw Data• Articles discussed• Identifiers (DOI, PMID, PII, handle, arxiv ID)• API
  • 9. The Altmetric Explorer
  • 10. Explaining our donut
  • 11. The Altmetric Explorer
  • 12. The Altmetric Explorer
  • 13. The Altmetric Explorer
  • 14. Altmetric collects article level metrics on behalf of publishers, funders and institutions
  • 15. Bad Ways to Get Attention• Sex, Cannabis or Weight Loss• Robots• The Impact of Article Titles on Citation Hits: An Analysis of General and Specialist Medical Journals: shortreports.rsmjournals.com/content/1/1/2 .abstract
  • 16. Good Ways to Get Attention• Have an engaged social media strategy• Include links or DOIs in press releases• Be Open Access (or free to read…)
  • 17. So What Do You Think?Let us know!aldo@digital-science.comeuan@altmetric.com