Bibliografia

Si è scelto di inserire in questa pagina una versione ridotta della Bibliografia del progetto, limitata, per questioni di aggiornamento, alle fonti pubblicate dal 2010. In Bibliografia le citazioni sono suddivise per argomento (app, open access, open data, social media, valutazione della ricerca/metriche) ed elencate in ordine cronologico decrescente.

BIBLIOGRAFIA

App

Poltronieri E, Barbaro A, Gentili D, Napolitani F. Iniziative mobili a supporto della salute: le App per l’informazione scientifica e la pratica medica. Epidemiologia & prevenzione: rivista dell’Associazione italiana di epidemiologia. 2013 Gen-Feb; 37(1):77–82.

Swoger BJM. Mobile Apps for Searching the Scientific Literature. Scientific American: blogs. 2013.

Colombi M. Library Services nell’era delle Apps e dei Social Network. XXVI Workshop Gidif, Rbm. Notiziario Gidif, Rbm. 2011; 21(4):2–3.

Gatti S. Nuovi modelli per informare: “il mondo delle Apps”. Notizie Gidif, Rbm. 2011; 21(2):2–3.

 

Open Access / Open Science

Barbaro A, Napolitani Cheyne F, Barbaro MC. The impact of COVID-19 on scientific publishing. JEAHIL 2020; 16 (3): 37-43

Castellucci P, Barillari C. Il cerchio si allarga intorno al mondo: open access contro la pandemia. AIB studi. 2020; 60 (1): 43-54

Moscon R. Disponibile la versione italiana dell’Open Science Training Book. Biblioteche Oggi. 2020; 38 (5): 19-22

Piazzini T. Open Access as a new paradigm: an inevitable evolution?. Jlis.it. 2020; 11 (3): 99-109

Bezjak S, Conzett P, Fernandes PL., et al. Il Manuale per Formatori della Scienza Aperta. 2019; Zenodo (07/04/2021)

Blas N, Rele S, Kennedy MR. The Development of the Journal Evaluation Tool to Evaluate the Credibility of Publication Venues. Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication. 2019; 7 (General Issue): eP2250

Capaccioni A. La monografia ad accesso aperto e gli sviluppi dell’Open Access. Jlis.it. 2019; 10 (1): 59-71

Crawford W. Gray OA 2012-2016: open access journals beyond DOAJ. Livermore, CA: 2017

Giglia E. Open Access e Open Science: per una scienza più efficace. Journal of Biomedical Practitioners (JBP). 2017; 1 (1): 7-28

Lovett J.A, Rathemacher A.J, Boukari D, & Lang C. Institutional Repositories and Academic Social Networks: Competition or Complement? A Study of Open Access Policy Compliance vs. ResearchGate Participation.  Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication. 2017; 5 (1)

McKiernan EC. Imagining the “open” university: Sharing scholarship to improve research and education. PLoS Biology. 2017 15 (10): e1002614

Crawford W. Gold Open Access Journals 2011-2015. Livermore, CA: 2016

Giglia E. Un altro mondo è possibile: dall’Open Access all’Open Science. Bibliotime. 2016 mar; 19 (1)

Suber P. Knowledge unbound. Selected writings on open access 2002-2011 Cambridge, MA ; London, England : The MIT Press, 2016

Barbaro A, Zedda M, Gentili D, Greenblatt RL. The presence of high-impact factor open access journals in Science, Technology, Engineering and Medicine (STEM) disciplines. JLIS.it. 2015 Sep; 6 (3):Art:#11257

Cassella M. A metà del guado. L’Open Access tra passato, presente e futuro. Biblioteche oggi Trends. 2015 Giu;1(1):60-68

Fava I. Riviste open access in Italia: stato dell’arte. AIB Studi. 2015 Sett/Dic; 55 (3): 373-384

Mounce R, Tennant J. Open Glossary. [2015]

Pinfield S. Making open access work: the “state-of-the-art” in providing open access to scholarly literature. Online Information Review. 2015; 39 (5): 604-636

UNESCO Open Access (OA) Curriculum for library schools. 2015

UNESCO Open Access (OA) Curriculum for researchers. 2015

Abadal E. Open Access: l’accesso aperto alla letteratura scientifica. Milano: Ledizioni; 2014

Lawson S. Bibliography of APCs and hybrid publishing. figshare; 2014

Pattison D, MacCallum CJ. The future is open: opportunities for publisher and Institutions. Insights. 2014 March; 27 (1):38–44

De Robbio A. Open Access in Italia tra passato e futuro: sfide e opportunità. . 2013

Suber P. Open Access. Cambridge, London: The MIT Press; 2012

 

Open Data

Johnston L. R.  Curating Research Data. Volume One: Practical Strategies for Your Digital Repository.  Chicago, Illinois: Association of College and Research Libraries; 2017

Johnston L. R.  Curating Research Data. Volume Two: A Handbook of Current Practice.  Chicago, Illinois: Association of College and Research Libraries; 2017

LEARN. LEARN Toolkit of Best Practice for Research Data Management.  2017

Barbaro A. On the importance of being a data-savvy librarian.  JEAHIL 2016; 12 (1): 24-27

Ricky E, Horton L, Nurnberger A, Otsuji R,  Rushing A. Building Blocks: Laying the Foundation for a Research Data Management Program. Dublin, Ohio: OCLC Research; 2016

Open Knowledge Foundation. Il manuale degli Open Data – Open Data Handbook. [2015]

Goodman A, Pepe A, Bloker AW et al. Ten simple rules for the care and feeding of scientific data. PLoS Comuptational Biology. 2014 Apr; 10 (4)

MacMillan D. Data sharing and discovery: what librarians need to know. The Journal of Academic Librarianship. 2014; 40 (5):541-549

De Robbio A. Forme e gradi di apertura dei dati: i nuovi alfabeti dell’Open Biblio tra scienza e società. Biblioteche Oggi. 2012 Lug/Ago; 30 (6):11–24

Guerrini M, Possemato T. Linked data: un nuovo alfabeto del web semantico. Biblioteche oggi. 2012 Apr; 30 (3):7–15

 

Social Media

Gentili D, Barbaro A, Rebuffi C. Bibliosan 2.0: un progetto per l’aggiornamento dei bibliotecari biomedici. Biblioteche Oggi Genn 2016; 34 (1): 52-54

Girometti S. Non solo voci. Considerazioni sulle possibilità concrete di collaborazione tra Biblioteche e Wikipedia. Bibliotime Nov 2015; 18 (3)

Barbaro A, Gentili D, Rebuffi C. The Bibliosan 2.0 project: online tools for librarians, researchers and health professionals. JEAHIL 2014; 10 (4): 10-12

Priti J. Application of social media in marketing library & information services: a global perspective. IJARR. 2014; 2 (2):62–75

Taylor & Francis. Use of social media by the library. Current practices and future opportunities : a white paper from Taylor & Francis. Oxford: Taylor & Francis; 2014

Karlen K. Sharing Science Research in the Age of Social Media. Scientific American: Guest Blog. 2013

Aharony N. Facebook use in libraries: an exploratory analysis. Aslib Proceedings: New Information Perspectives. 2012; 64 (4):358–372

Bell A. Has blogging changed science writing? JCOM. 2012; 11 (1):1–5

Bibliothéques 2.0 à l’heure des médias sociaux, sous la direction de Muriel Amar et Veronique Mesguich; Paris: Editions du Cercle de la Librairie; 2012

Cassella M, Perrone A. Web 2.0 e comunità di ricerca. Biblioteche oggi. 2012 Giu; 30 (5):3–13

De Lange C. Social media tips for scientists. Naturejobs: a blog from naturejobs. 2012

Gardois P, Colombi N, Grillo G, Villanacci MC. Implementation of Web 2.0 services in academic, medical and research libraries: a scoping review. Health Information and Libraries Journal. 2012 Jun; 29 (2):90–109

Mazzocchi J. I video tutorial online nelle biblioteche universitarie. Biblioteche oggi. 2012 Giu; 30 (5):14–26

McMahon TM, Powell JE, Hopkins M, Alcazar DA, Miller LE, Collins L, et al. Social awareness Tools For Science Research. D-Lib Magazine: the Magazine of Digital Library Research. 2012 Mar/Apr; 18 (3/4)

Sibele F, Machado FA, Bento FJ, Iamarino A, Nahas TR, Munger DS. Research Blogging: Indexing and Registering the Change in Science 2.0. PLOS ONE. 2012 Dec; 7 (12)

Terras M. The Impact of Social Media on the Dissemination of Research: Results of an Experiment. Journal of Digital Humanities. 2012; 1 (3)

Francese E. Mendeley, dal social bookmarking al reference management. Biblioteche oggi. 2011 Mar; 29 (2):41–45

Gambari S. Marketing e promozione dei servizi di biblioteca tramite i codici QR. Bollettino AIB. 2011 Mar/Giu; 51 (1/2):47–61

Rowlands I, Nicholas D, Russell B, Canty N, Watkinson A. Social media use in the research workflow. Learned Publishing. 2011 Jul; 24 (3):183–195

Gentili D, Barbaro A. Web 2.0 e ricerca scientifica. Notiziario dell’Istituto Superiore di Sanità. 2010 Feb; 23 (2):11–13

Mazzocchi J. Blog di biblioteca: una moda difficile da seguire? Biblioteche oggi. 2010 Mag; 28 (4):20–28

Morriello R. Web 2.0: la rivoluzione siamo noi. Biblioteche oggi. 2010 Apr; 28 (3):9–30

 

Valutazione della ricerca/metriche

Cassella M. La valutazione alternativa: altmetrics e dintorni. AIB Studi. 2017 57 (1): 79-90

Akers KG, Sarkozy A, Wu W, Slyman A. ORCID Author Identifiers: A Primer for Librarians. Medical Reference Services Quarterly. 2016 35 (2): 135-144

Konkiel S, Madjarevic N, Rees A. Altmetrics for librarians: 100+ tips, tricks, and examples. Altmetric LLP; 2016

Scotti V. Il bibliotecario biomedico al tempo degli Altmetrics. Biblioteche Oggi. 2016 Genn; 34 (1): 55-60

Turbanti S. La visibilità – e l’impatto? – nel Web ai tempi dei social: i principali strumenti di altmetrics. AIB Studi. 2016; 56 (1): 41-58

Ball A, Duke M. How to track the impact of research data with metrics. 2015 DCC How to guides. Edinburgh: Digital Curation Centre

Berger M, Cirasella J. Beyond Beall’s List. Better understanding predatory publishers. College & Research Libraries News. 2015 Mar; 76 (3): 132-135

Cassella M. La valutazione della monografia accademica di ricerca. Biblioteche Oggi. 2015 Sett; 33 (6):12-21

Chin Roemer R, Borchardt R. Meaningful metrics : a 21st century librarian’s guide to bibliometrics, altmetrics, and research impact. Chicago: Association of College & Research Libraries; 2015

González-Fernández-Villavicencio N, Dominguez-Aroca MI, Calderón-Rehecho A, García- Hernández P. What role do librarians play in altmetrics? Anales de Documentacion. 2015; 18 (2)

Gordon G, Lin J, Cave R, Dandrea R. The question of data integrity in Article-Level Metrics. PLoS Biology. 2015; 13 (8): e1002161

Larivière V, Haustein S, Mongeon P. The oligopoly of academic publishers in the digital era. PLoS ONE. 2015; 10 (6): e0127502

Turbanti S. Un manifesto contro l'”ossessione della misura”. Biblioteche Oggi. 2015 Lug-Ago; 33 (5):19-22

Adie E. The grey literature from an altmetrics perspective, opportunity and challenges. Research Trends. 2014

Barbaro A, Gentili D, Rebuffi C. Altmetrics as new indicators of scientific impact. JEAHIL. 2014 Mar; 10 (1):3-6

Berger JM, Baker CM. Bibliometrics: an overview. RGUHS J Pharm Sci. 2014 Jul-Sep; 4 (3):81–92

Grandbois J, Beheshti J. A bibliometric study of scholarly articles published by library and information science authors about open access. Information Research. 2014 Dec; 19 (4):648

Konkiel S, Piwowar H, Priem J. The imperative for open altmetrics. Journal of Electronic Publishing. 2014 Summer; 17 (3)

Baccini A. DORA: Contro la bibliometria-fai-da-te. ANVUR sempre più sola. ROARS: Return On Academic ReSearch. 2013

Galloway LM, Pease J. Altmetrics for the Information Professional: A Primer. San Diego: Special Libraries Association; 2013

King P, Thuna M. Altmetrics in Context. [Ottawa, Ontario]: Canadian Association of Research Libraries, Association des bibliotheques de recherche du Canada; 2013

Kirschner M. A Perverted View of “Impact”. Science. 2013 Jun; 340 (6138):[1265]

Piwowar H. Altmetrics: value all research products. Nature. 2013 Jan; 493 (159):[1]

Read K. Altmetrics and evaluating scholarly impact: what’s out there and how can we participate? Kevin the Librarian: libaries, data, teaching and technology. 2013

Shema H, Bar-Ilan J, Thelwall M. Do blog citations correlate with a higher number of future citations? Research blogs as a potential source for alternative metrics. 2013; 1-20. (Preprint)

Tananbaum G. Article-Level Metrics: A SPARC Primer. Washington, DC: SPARC, The Scholarly Publishing & Academic Resources Coalition; 2013

Taylor M. The challenges of measuring social impact using Altmetrics. Research Trends. 2013 Jun; 33

Thelwall M, Haustein S, Larivière V, Sugimoto CR. Do altmetrics work? Twitter and Ten Other Social Web Services. PLOS ONE.  2013 May; 8 (5)

Zoghbi HY. Overall Impact versus Significance. Science. 2013; 339 (250):1-3

Alternative metrics. Nature Materials. 2012 Nov; (11):907

Baynes G. Scientometrics, bibliometrics, altmetrics: some introductory advice for the lost and bemused. Insights: the USKG journal. 2012 Nov; 25 (3):312–315

Roemer RC, Borchardt R. From bibliometrics to altmetrics: a changing scholarly landscape. College & Research Libraries: News. 2012 Nov; 73 (10):596–600

Taylor M, Kamalski J. The changing face of journal metrics. Editors’ update, your network for knowledge. 2012 Oct;37

Cassella M, Bozzarelli O. Nuovi scenari per la valutazione della ricerca tra indicatori bibliometrici citazionali e metriche alternative. Biblioteche oggi. 2011 Mar; 29 (2):66-78

Priem J, Groth P, Taraborelli D, Neylon C. Altmetrics: A manifesto. Altmetrics. 2010

Priem J, Hemminger BM. Scientometrics 2.0: toward new metrics of scholarly impact on the social web. First Monday: peer-reviewed journal on the Internet. 2010 Jul; 15(7)

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