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Altmetrics, Bibliometrics and Scholarly Impact
Altmetrics refers to alternate measures of scholarly significance other than traditional measures of citation-based scholarly impact such as impact factor.
A wide range of twitter handles, Facebook pages, and LinkedIn groups - all related to Wiley publications
A beneficial and often underutilized organizational tool of twitter is the option in the "Settings" tab of creating Lists. Lists allow you to classify multiple users on twitter under a specific topic or category which allows you to isolate the information these users post and view them independent of other tweets.
To Gain a better understanding of how useful such lists can be, please try the following links.
Facebook is currently the most popular and widely used social media tool in the United States today. It is used by people spanning a large range of age groups, interests, and locales. It is also used by a multitude of companies, businesses, publishers, and other academia-related groups that are interested in connecting with the public. Therefore, Facebook can prove to be a useful information tool for academic needs and interests if utilized correctly.