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Scholarship is changing, along with the way we measure impact. This webinar explores altmetrics and the crucial role librarians have in helping faculty navigate these changes.

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  • Altmetrics are here Are you ready to help your faculty? 4/10/2014 Stacy Konkiel @skonkiel / stacy@impactstory.org All content in this work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License unless otherwise indicated.
  • Michael McRobbie, President, Indiana University
  • CC-BY Maria Ly
  • TODAYS SCIENCE IS BORN- DIGITAL & INCREASINGLY WEB-NATIVE
  • Science Communication Lifecycle Data Analysis Stories Conversation
  • What does this mean for Erin? CCBY-NC-NDErinC.McKiernan
  • Data
  • Analysis
  • Stories
  • Conversations
  • Web-native products accelerate science http://jackandraka.net/
  • HOW CAN FACULTY CAPTURE THESE IMPACTS?
  • It used to be simplistic Audience Scholarly Measure of Impact Citing articles Journal impact factors
  • CC-BY-SA xueexueg
  • But what about... Different audiences? Different types of engagement? views, discussion, saves, citation, recommendation scholars, public
  • CC-BY Mel Orr
  • We return to our question: HOW CAN FACULTY CAPTURE THESE IMPACTS?
  • scholarly public recommended faculty of 1000 popular press cited traditional citatio n wikipedia discussed scholarly blogs blogs, twitter saved mendeley, citeulike delicious read pdf views html views Altmetrics measure impact...
  • Data Analysis Stories Conversation ...along every step of the cycle
  • Citations
  • Downloads & Pageviews
  • Post-pub peer review
  • Post-pub peer review Brookes PS. (2014) Internet publicity of data problems in the bioscience literature correlates with enhanced corrective action. PeerJ 2:e313 http://dx. doi.org/10.7717/peerj.313
  • Software usage
  • Readership stats
  • We return again to our question: HOW CAN FACULTY CAPTURE THESE IMPACTS?
  • Lets explore... HOW CAN LIBRARIANS HELP FACULTY UNDERSTAND THESE IMPACTS?
  • Edmund Hillary and Tenzig Norgay Tenzig Norgay
  • Understand altmetrics Correlations between metrics Thelwall M, Haustein S, Larivire V, Sugimoto CR (2013) Do Altmetrics Work? Twitter and Ten Other Social Web Services. PLoS ONE 8(5): e64841. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0064841 Jason Priem, Heather A. Piwowar, Bradley M. Hemminger. (2012). Altmetrics in the wild: Using social media to explore scholarly impact. http://arxiv. org/abs/1203.4745 Why scholars use social media Shema H, Bar-Ilan J, Thelwall M (2012) Research Blogs and the Discussion of Scholarly Information. PLoS ONE 7(5): e35869. doi:10.1371/journal.pone. 0035869 Mohammadi, E. and Thelwall, M. (2014), Mendeley readership altmetrics for the social sciences and humanities: Research evaluation and knowledge flows. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology. doi: 10.1002/asi.23071
  • Know when (& which) altmetrics are appropriate to use scholarly public recommended faculty of 1000 popular press cited Scopus/ Web of Knowledge/ Google Scholar citation wikipedia discussed scholarly blogs blogs, twitter saved mendeley, citeulike delicious read pdf views html views
  • Learn & teach the tools
  • Learn & teach the tools
  • CC BY-SA Igomezc Whats cutting-edge today will be commonplace soon.
  • Thanks! Get in touch: stacy@impactstory.org @skonkiel impactstory.org @impactstory