Monthly Archives: September 2014

NISO – update on standards

Our guest blogger for this post is Graham Woodward, Associate Marketing Director, Author Marketing, Wiley. Graham has been a Marketer at Wiley for 13 years, having spent the majority of those years

Outside the article: tracking other research outputs

Blog coverage of this session comes from James Hardcastle – Research Manager at Taylor & Francis. James does bibliometric, altmetric and usage analysis across 1800 titles mainly in the social science and humanities.

Lessons learnt

Next up to the 1:AM conference stage were Cameron Neylon, Advocacy Director at PLOS, and Geoff Bilder, Director of Strategic Initiatives at Crossref. Contemplating the question ‘What have we learnt’, the one

Altmetrics and publishers

Our guest blogger for this session is Valeria Scotti. Valeria works in the Service of Scientific Documentation at the Fondazione IRCCS Policlinico in Pavia, where she lectures on courses on bibliometric indicators and database

Impact assessment in the funding sector: the role of altmetrics

Bernie Folan is our blogger for this session. Bernie offers market research and consultancy to organisations within the scholarly communication sector. She has been involved in scholarly communications for over 20 years,

The ethical implications of research involving social media

This guest post was contributed by Jean Liu, Product Development Manager at Altmetric. Jean is a neuroscientist by training, and was previously the data curator and blog editor for Altmetric. On the opening day of the 1:AM London conference,

What’s going on in the communication of research

Guest blogger for this session is Nathaniel Gore, Editorial Project Manager at PLOS, where he manages PLOS Collections. Having previously managed online literature collections at ProQuest, his main interests are in content curation and discoverability.

Altmetrics in the last year and what’s next

Guest blogger for this session is Ruth Wells, Senior Publication Manager at Highwire. Ruth has experience on both the publisher and vendor side of scholarly publishing, and was formerly Head of Engineering and

Hacking altmetrics

This post is contributed by Paul Mucur, CTO at Altmetric. On Wednesday, 24th September, eleven people armed with laptops and some altmetrics-related ideas descended on Macmillan Campus for the first 1:AM London Hack

1:AM Beyond academia: other groups

15:45 – 16:45: Beyond academia: other groups Tracking, monitoring and evaluating impact is not a challenge unique to scholarly publishing. In this session invited speakers from will give us a different take