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Kim Holmberg*,1, Fereshteh Didegah1, Timothy D. Bowman1,
Sarah Bowman1, and Terttu Kortelainen2
1 Research Unit for the So...
Open science is
“the idea that scientific
knowledge of all kinds
should be openly shared
as early as is practical in
the d...
Altmetrics and
open science?
Friesike and Schildhauer
(2015) suggest that wider
range of quantitative
indicators of a wider range of
impact can be ince...
Created by
researchers
Created by
the public
Altmetrics
Altmetrics
Provide a more nuanced
image of the total impact
that research has made?
How are altmetric events
distributed between articles
in open access journals and
other journals?
Our preliminary results are
based on an analysis of how
almost 4 million altmetric events
are spread between articles in
o...
-2.7490
0.0832
-0.0088
0.0014
0.0087
0.0135
0.1986
0.0245
0.0008-0.0008
-0.0218
0.0015
0.0001
1.1447
0.0184
-0.1112
-0.004...
The results
• Twitter (and Facebook to lesser degree)
might be able to reflect the attention of a
wider public.
• Mendeley...
Kim Holmberg
kim.j.holmberg@utu.fi
http://kimholmberg.fi
@kholmber
Bedankt voor uw
aandacht!
Holmberg, Kim (2015): Open Sc...
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Measuring the societal impact of open science

  1. 1. Kim Holmberg*,1, Fereshteh Didegah1, Timothy D. Bowman1, Sarah Bowman1, and Terttu Kortelainen2 1 Research Unit for the Sociology of Education, University of Turku 2 Information Studies, University of Oulu kim.j.holmberg@utu.fi * Financed by The Finnish Ministry of Education and Culture’s Open Science and Research Initiative *
  2. 2. Open science is “the idea that scientific knowledge of all kinds should be openly shared as early as is practical in the discovery process.” Nielsen, M. (2011). Definitions of Open Science? Okfn mailing list. https://lists.okfn.org/pipermail/open- science/2011-July/000907.html. Retrieved on 13 January, 2015.
  3. 3. Altmetrics and open science?
  4. 4. Friesike and Schildhauer (2015) suggest that wider range of quantitative indicators of a wider range of impact can be incentivizing for researchers to make their research more accessible, adopting the open science ideology. Friesike, S. & Schildhauer, T. (2015). Open science: many good resolutions, very few incentives, yet. In: Welpe, I.M., Wollersheim, J., Ringelhan, S. & Osterloh, M. (Eds.). Incentives and Performance. Givernance of Research Organizations. Springer.
  5. 5. Created by researchers Created by the public Altmetrics
  6. 6. Altmetrics Provide a more nuanced image of the total impact that research has made?
  7. 7. How are altmetric events distributed between articles in open access journals and other journals?
  8. 8. Our preliminary results are based on an analysis of how almost 4 million altmetric events are spread between articles in open access journals (as listed by DOAJ) and other journals. Thank you Euan and Altmetric.com for sharing the data!
  9. 9. -2.7490 0.0832 -0.0088 0.0014 0.0087 0.0135 0.1986 0.0245 0.0008-0.0008 -0.0218 0.0015 0.0001 1.1447 0.0184 -0.1112 -0.0048 Mendeley readers Citeulike readers Connotea readers Blog posts News posts Reddit posts Facebook posts Google plus posts Pinterest postsQ and A posts F1000 posts Video posts LinkedIn posts Twitter posts Peer review posts Wikipedia posts Policy posts Figure 1. Differences between the average number of altmetric events for open access articles and for paid articles. Higher positive values indicate an advantage for open access articles; higher negative values indicate an advantage for paid articles.
  10. 10. The results • Twitter (and Facebook to lesser degree) might be able to reflect the attention of a wider public. • Mendeley is used mainly by researchers. • A great deal of Wikipedia articles are written by researchers with paid access to research articles (additional evidence of the high quality of Wikipedia articles?).
  11. 11. Kim Holmberg kim.j.holmberg@utu.fi http://kimholmberg.fi @kholmber Bedankt voor uw aandacht! Holmberg, Kim (2015): Open Science logo. figshare. http://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.1391887

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