Earlier this week we launched the City Interaction Lab Podcast with an inaugural episode on graphic medicine. We have also deposited it on figshare.
Parables of Care, a comic that adapts dementia care stories from the Care'N'Share app, is out now.
We will be organising knowledge exchange workshops between HCID researchers, mental health professionals, comics scholars and comics artists, focusing on the reuse and adaptation into comics of the dementia care best practice data collected the Care'N'Share project.
The Impact Blog of the London School of Economics and Political Science has published today my post from yesterday ("Twitter as Public Evidence and the Ethics of Twitter Research") under the title Publicly available data from Twitter is public evidence and does not constitute an “ethical dilemma”.
Where a share video and slides from my plenary talk at the UKSG conference in Harrogate, UK, as well as some data from the #uksglive conference backhannel.
I have deposited on figshare a third alluvial diagram, this time focusing on the country of affiliation of the Principal Investigator/Author of the articles and the geographical area mentioned in the article title.
A first look at my research into the #MLA14 backchannel. How many tweets were tagged with #MLA14 since September? Read this to find out.
My piece “Open Access: Towards Fairer Access to Research” is up on the Impact of Social Sciences blog. It will also appear in the eCollection in for the Open Access Futures in the Humanities and Social Sciences conference on Thursday 24 October 2013 in Senate House, University of London. Printed copies will be available as well as electronic versions then.
At Altmetric, I published a somewhat long post on why and how to get your published research mentioned online. Hope someone finds it useful.
My Altmetric blog post on the LSE Future of Academic Impact conference (7 December 2012) was "Editor's Choice" at Open Access Now. It was also published by the LSE Impact of Social Sciences blog.
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.
In my latest Fieldwork post I take a quick look at the Library Science journals currently available through the Altmetric Explorer.