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Authors: Barata, Germana
Issue Date: Nov-2018
Citation: ALPERIN, J.P. Ask not what altmetrics can do for you, but what altmetrics can do for developing countries. Bulletin of the Association for Information Science and Technology, v.39 (4): 18-21. April/May 2013. BARATA, G; CALDAS, G. e GASCOIGNE, T. Brazilian science communication research: national and international contributions. An. Acad. Bras. Ciênc. [online]. In press. . Epub 31-Ago-2017. ISSN 0001-3765. doi:10.1590/0001-3765201720160822. BARATA, G; SHORES, K & ALPERIN, JP. Local chatter or international buzz? Language differences on posts about Zika research on Twitter and Facebook. PLoS ONE 13 (1). doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0190482. NOORDEN, R V. The impact gap: South America by the numbers. Nature, v.510 (7504), 2014. PRIEM J, TARABORELLI D, GROTH P, NEYLON C. Altmetrics: A manifesto, 26 October 2010. SCIELO – Scientific Electronic Library Online. Critérios, política e procedimento para admissão e a permanência de periódicos científicos a Coleção SciELO Brasil. Setembro de 2014. SCIENCE-METRIX. Analytical Support for Bibliometrics Indicators: open acess availability of scientific publications. January 2018. STATISTA. The Statistics Portal. Most popular social networking platforms in Latin America as of December 2015, by unique visitors (in millions), 2018. ZAHEDI, Z. What explains the imbalance use of social media across different countries? A cross country analysis of presence of Twitter users scholarly publications. 4: AM Conference, 24-29 September, 2017, Toronto, Canada.
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