Online collaboration: Scientists and the social network

The Nature.com article published in August 2014 illustrates findings on research carried out on 3,000 academics and their use of both main stream social media sites and academic social networks.

The networks covered include LinkedIn and Twitter as well as Research Gate, Academica.edu and Mendeley.

The article includes charts and quotes from those questioned and also provides the opportunity to feedback and engage in a discussion on the topic.

For the full article click here.

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