1. Social media in scholarly communication
  2. Genesis of Altmetrics or Article-level Metrics for Measuring Efficacy of Scholarly Communications: Current Perspectives
  3. Interpreting “altmetrics”: viewing acts on social media through the lens of citation and social theories
  4. Validity of altmetrics data for measuring societal impact: A study using data from Altmetric and F1000Prime
  5. Research Data Explored: Citations versus Altmetrics
  6. Usefulness of altmetrics for measuring the broader impact of research: A case study using data from PLOS (altmetrics) and F1000Prime (paper tags)
  7. From Attention to Citation, What and How Does Altmetrics Work?
  8. More Tweets Don’t Add Up to More Citations, Study Finds
  9. Tweets as impact indicators: Examining the implications of automated bot accounts on Twitter
  10. Automated arXiv feeds on Twitter: On the role of bots in scholarly communication
  11. Scholarly behaviour and evaluation criteria: Uncovering the superficial characteristics that lead to higher citations
  12. Robustness of journal rankings by network flows with different amounts of memory
  13. An Aspiring Scientist’s Frustration with Modern-Day Academia: A Resignation
  14. The Lairds of Learning
  15. New record: 66 journals banned for boosting impact factor with self-citations
  16. Taming the Impact Factor
  17. The weakening relationship between the Impact Factor and papers’ citations in the digital age
  18. Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On: Periodicals Price Survey 2015
  19. San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment
  20. Open access in Africa – green and gold, the impact factor, ‘mainstream’ and ‘local’ research
  21. Live Chat: Should We Ditch Journal Impact Factor?
  22. Why is SCImago Journal Rank Important?
  23. Bibliometrics: The Leiden Manifesto for research metrics
  24. Big trouble in little China: Two looks at what warps scientific publishing there
  25. The impact factor’s ill effects on health systems work: what can WE do?
  26. The scientific publishing culture is broken - can it be rescued?
  27. After 350 years of academic journals it’s time to shake things up
  28. China must restructure its academic incentives to curb research fraud
  29. Is impact factor the “least-bad” way to judge the quality of a scientific paper?
  30. I confess, I wrote the Arsenic DNA paper to expose flaws in peer-review at subscription based journals
  31. The focus on bibliometrics makes papers less useful
  32. Revolutionizing peer review?
  33. When is an article actually published? An analysis of online availability, publication, and indexation dates

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