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Click to view the article Catherine Dhanjal How Altmetric can help you measure and analyse online research attention
Tuesday, 4th July 2017 Sign in to MyJinfo or create an account be able to star items

Find out how Altmetric tracks online activity and conversations around scholarly research outputs - and who benefits from this. Read our latest product review to find out more about Altmetric's future plans and our reviewer's in-depth write-up.



Click to view the article Andy Tattersall Product review of Altmetric (value - help & training; competitors; development; pricing)
Friday, 30th June 2017 Sign in to MyJinfo or create an account be able to star items

In the final part of Jinfo's product review of Altmetric, a platform for tracking research impact, Andy Tattersall looks at the help and training available within the product, competitors, including Impactstory, Kudos, and Plum Analytics. We also look at Altmetric's subscription costs and future development plans.

Note: Full review (PDF) at https://web.jinfo.com/go/sub/report/2841



Click to view the article Andy Tattersall Product review of Altmetric (technology - search & user interface; outputs & alerts; administration)
Thursday, 29th June 2017 Sign in to MyJinfo or create an account be able to star items

In the third part of our review of Altmetric, we take a closer look at the platform itself and how it provides insights into published research. Specifically, its five main features, including content aggregation, visual analytics, search with advanced options, save and alert functionality and the ability to export data.

Note: Full review (PDF) at https://web.jinfo.com/go/sub/report/2841



Click to view the article Andy Tattersall Product review of Altmetric (sources - content & coverage)
Wednesday, 28th June 2017 Sign in to MyJinfo or create an account be able to star items

Part 2 of Jinfo's review of Altmetric which provides insights into the online attention research outputs attract. Andy Tattersall looks at the range of sources used, including online sources, such as news, blogs, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube, and how each of these sources is weighted using the attention score.

Note: Full review (PDF) at https://web.jinfo.com/go/sub/report/2841



Click to view the article Andy Tattersall Product review of Altmetric (key advantages; introduction, contact details)
Tuesday, 27th June 2017 Sign in to MyJinfo or create an account be able to star items

Altmetric is a data science company that provides tools to enable research organisations, publishers, funders and other organisations to track the attention of research artefacts such as journals, books, and datasets. Part 1 of this review outlines its key advantages, who could benefit from using the platform, and a brief overview of where the product is headed.

Note: Full review (PDF) at https://web.jinfo.com/go/sub/report/2841



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Tuesday, 27th June 2017

Altmetric is a data science company and part of Digital Science. It provides tools to enable research organisations, publishers and funders to track the attention of research artefacts such as journals, books, and datasets. It monitors a range of scholarly and non-scholarly sources to provide a...



Click to view the article Catherine Dhanjal What does Overleaf offer scientists and researchers?
Monday, 5th June 2017 Sign in to MyJinfo or create an account be able to star items

If your organisation has a requirement to produce technical articles, grant applications and other documents, particularly those requiring the use of mathematical formulae, scientific notations, graphs and charts then you'll want to find out what our reviewer thought of LaTeX-based software tool Overleaf.



Click to view the article Helen Josephine Mini review of Overleaf
Thursday, 1st June 2017 Sign in to MyJinfo or create an account be able to star items

Overleaf is a software tool based on LaTeX which integrates into the authoring, publishing and archiving eco-system to support scientific and technical collaboration and publication. Reviewer Helen Josephine covers the products background and potential user groups, including those not familiar with the features of LaTeX. She considers the key features and potential uses of the software by technical teams, laboratories, software and hardware manufacturers and other industries which produce technical articles and archive internal documents.



Click to view the article James Mullan Using intranets to support knowledge management initiatives
Friday, 12th May 2017 Sign in to MyJinfo or create an account be able to star items

This article looks at how intranets currently support knowledge sharing and knowledge management and explores some of the ways in which they could be used to provide further support in this area. James Mullan also suggests some practical steps to take if you are planning on developing your intranet to support knowledge management initiatives.



Click to view the article Lynn Strand Ebooks and elearning - partnering for success
Friday, 5th May 2017 Sign in to MyJinfo or create an account be able to star items

Today’s organisations have a unique challenge in reaching employees across the globe for training and development. With the advent of digital learning, information centres are perfectly positioned to provide this service. This article offers some creative ways to engage end-users and to partner with other departments such as HR or IT to create cross-functional learning opportunities.



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