Scientometrics 2.0: new metrics of scholarly impact on the social Web

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Scientometrics 2.0: new metrics of scholarly impact on the social Web
Authors: Jason Priem, Bradley M. Hemminger
Citation: First Monday 15 (7): missing pages. 2010 July
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Scientometrics 2.0: new metrics of scholarly impact on the social Web discuss science on the social Web (Web 2.0).

They list a number of science/scholarship-specific social Web tools: CiteULike, Connotea, Mendeley, Zotero, Faculty of 1000, Encyclopedia of Life, Scholarpedia, Citizendium, Research Blogging, Nature Networks, VIVOweb, GenBank and SciVee.

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