Presencia en redes sociales y altmétricas de los principales autores de la revista El profesional de la información

@article{TorresSalinas2014PresenciaER,
  title={Presencia en redes sociales y altm{\'e}tricas de los principales autores de la revista El profesional de la informaci{\'o}n},
  author={D. Torres-Salinas and Yusnelkis Milan{\'e}s-Guisado},
  journal={Profesional De La Informacion},
  year={2014},
  volume={23},
  pages={367-372}
}
Se analiza una muestra discreta de los autores que mas han publicado en la revista El profesional de la informacion ( EPI ) durante el periodo 2009-2013. Se estudia su presencia en las redes sociales y el impacto de sus publicaciones indexadas en la Web of Science a traves de un grupo de altmetricas. Los resultados muestran que el 77% tienen perfil publico en Google Scholar Profiles y el 70% tanto en LinkedIn como Mendeley . Esta plataforma se ha mostrado como la herramienta con estadisticas… Expand
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