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Social Network Sites for Scientists: A Quantitative Survey explores the newest social network sites (for example, ResearchGate and Academia.edu) and web bibliographic platforms (Mendeley, Zotero) that have recently emerged for the scholarly community to use in the interchange of information and documents.
- Analyzes social network sites form scientists using a quantitative approach
- Introduces the quantitative study of the main characteristic and functionalities of each platform, and the activity that they develop
- Offers a scientific review of the most relevant and current studies on this issue, discussing their results and commenting on their implications for scientific communication and research evaluation
Researchers, Scientists and Students
- Chapter 1: The First Attempts
- Nature network
- Chapter 2: Document Sharing services
- Others: Scholastica, Mynetresearch, Iamresearcher
- Chapter 3: Social academic bookmarking
- Other social citation tools: BibSonomy, CiteULike, Connotea
- Chapter 4: Other relevant social tools
- Chapter 5: A Comparative view
- Document sharing
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- © Chandos Publishing 2016
- 22nd July 2016
- Chandos Publishing
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José Luis Ortega is a web researcher in the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC). He achieved a fellowship to the Cybermetrics Lab of the CSIC, where he finished his doctoral studies. In 2005, he was hired by the Virtual Knowledge Studio of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Sciences and Arts, and in 2008 he received a full position in the Vice-presidency for Scientific and Technological Research at the CSIC, working in research evaluation. He collaborates with the Cybermetrics Lab in research areas such as Webometrics, Web usage mining, Visualization of Information, Social network analysis and Web bibliometrics.
Spanish National Research Council, Spain