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#e-Research: social media for social sciences

Research seminar at the Internet Interdisciplinary Institute. February 15, 2012. Please visit http://ictlogy.net/?p=3911 for more information.
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Ismael Peña-López

on 11 December 2013

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Transcript of #e-Research: social media for social sciences

social media
for
social sciences
Immediacy (real time)
Transparency
Attribution
Tracking

Openness
Long tail of subjects and disciplines
Wisdom of crowds
Personal Filtering & Folksonomies

Low Cost
#eResearch
output
Network?
Further research?
Wiki
Social Bookmarking
Slideshare
Youtube
Self-archiving
Self-publishing
Twitter
Google Shared
Bibliography manager
Google Alerts
Feed Reader
Communication
(event as participant)
Literature review
State of the question
Paper
Workging paper
Comments on blogs
Attend event
Mailing lists
Open repositories
Open journals
Draft notes
Blog
Self-archiving
Blog
Slideshare
Podcast
Vidcast
Social Networking Sites
Twitter
Open data repository
Self-archiving
Blog
Blog
Social Networking Sites
Feed Reader
Rigour issues
Not blind review
Metrics / Citations

Intellectual property rights

Digital literacy
Information overload

Focus on non-formal
Pros
Cons
Ismael Peña-López
To cite this work:
Peña-López, Ismael. (2012) eResearch. Social media for social sciences.
Research seminar at the Internet Interdisciplinary Institute. Barcelona, 15 february 2012
<http://ictlogy.net/presentations/20120215_ismael_pena-lopez_-_eresearch_social_media_social_sciences.zip>

To contact the author: http://ictlogy.net


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Barcelona, 15 february 2012
Research seminar at the Internet Interdisciplinary Institute
Social Networking Sites
Research Idea
Twitter
Personal/Project website
idea
how to?
e-science in
your daily life

@ictlogist
Social Media 101
RSS
(open) API
Widget
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