At Altmetric, I published a somewhat long post on why and how to get your published research mentioned online. Hope someone finds it useful.
At Altmetric, my new Fieldwork post looks at online mentions of papers about the humanities… I also wonder if apple and oranges can be compared… take a look here.
At Altmetric, the second and final part of my 2012 alt-metrics literature review, here.
It was also published by the LSE Impact of Social Sciences blog under the title “A new paradigm of scholarly communications is emerging: A report from the Future of Impact conference” (12 December 2012).
With many thanks to both publications and to Altmetric for allowing the reblogging of the piece.
For another report on the LSE event, see Dr David McGillivray’s Storify, “Narrating impacts in the Arts & Humanities” (12 December 2012).
At the Altmetric blog, my report from “The Future of Academic Impact” conference which took place on Tuesday the 5th of December 2012 at Senate House, London.
I think there is quite a lot that the humanities and social sciences (and particularly the digital humanities and digital scholarship in the humanities) can learn from events like this.
I’ll try to do some live-tweeting and will do a write-up of my findings for the Altmetric.com blog.