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Tag Archives: Altmetrics
#citylis Student Perspectives: Automata in the library by David Baker
Student Perspectives is our series of guest posts written by current #citylis students. This post is by current #citylis student, David Baker, and is about digital automation in Library and Information Science. *** The world has turned and we find ourselves … Continue reading
Posted in Student Perspectives Tagged AI, Altmetrics, Artificial Intelligence, automation, blogging, citation, CityLIS, coding, Data, Digital Humanities, DITA, information communication chain, Information Science, Library and Information Science, Library Science, LIS, metrics, Python, Student Perspectives, students Comments Off on #citylis Student Perspectives: Automata in the library by David Baker
#citylis news: Amy Rees writes about Altmetrics and Tom Pink and David Phillips prepare to present their LIS research
This week saw current #citylis student, Amy Rees, publish an article about the ways in which research can be communicated and shared via Altmetric through discussing “the articles published in Health Policy and Planning with the highest Altmetric Attention Scores … Continue reading
Posted in News Tagged Altmetric, Altmetrics, Amy Rees, CityLIS, conferences, David Phillips, dissertations, FLIP Network, Health Policy and Planning, Health Policy and Planning Debated blog, information behaviour, Information Science, Institute of Historical Research, Library and Information Science, Library Science, LIS, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Network, public engagement, Robots, Robots in the Library, School of Advanced Study, Student Perspectives, Tom Pink, user behaviour Comments Off on #citylis news: Amy Rees writes about Altmetrics and Tom Pink and David Phillips prepare to present their LIS research