Scientific Social Publications for Digital Libraries

@inproceedings{Limani2016ScientificSP,
  title={Scientific Social Publications for Digital Libraries},
  author={Fidan Limani and Atif Latif and Klaus Tochtermann},
  booktitle={TPDL},
  year={2016}
}
Social web content is an important development in the scientific workflow. In this context, scientific blogs are an important medium: they play a significant role in the timely dissemination of scientific developments, and provide useful grounds for discussion and development via the readers feedback. Blogs from the domain of economics are no exception to this practice. A possible extension to Digital Libraries (DL) services, content- and service-wise, is to enable its users access to these… 
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