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"The academic community has embraced the opportunities offered by online social networking. A number of dedicated academic networking sites/services have emerged in recent years.

Each of these scholarly publication services has a slightly different focus: Mendeley, with both online and desktop versions, works principally as a reference management system. promotes an author’s articles to external resources. ResearchGate has a focus on collaboration, discovery and discussion. Kudos promotes the ability for authors to add an explanation about a publication, to then share a link to the publication via Twitter and/or Facebook, and to view the subsequent impact (via Kudos-generated metrics). Some aspects for consideration before putting the effort into one- or more- of these services include:..."


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Tags: oa.authors oa.ecr oa.australia oa.hei oa.scholcomm oa.guides oa.citations oa.social_media oa.discoverability oa.best_practices oa.repositories

Date tagged:

01/09/2018, 17:02

Date published:

01/09/2018, 12:02