I have published a new paper about digital news on #publiclibraries.
You can find a brief sketch on: https://noblogo.org/plr/digital-news-on-public-libraries-media-mapping-and-thematic-and-consumption.
The DOI of the paper is: https://doi.org/10.3145/epi.2021.ene.15.
This is interesting:
On the one hand we're replacing names and titles with ORCIDs and DOIs anyways. On the other, still a lot of papers that are published don't have these in their citations, and citation lists would quickly become incomprehensible if they consisted only of these URLs. Plus, the institutions that grant these become overly powerful.
I personally do not like the part of this where names change without any indication nor record.
Enter the address of your favourite website to check which user-tracking technologies it uses and who it is sending your data to.
Cool new tool!
Red social de libros, comparte los libros que lees con su calificación, los libros que tienes en lista de pendientes, crea tu reto anual de lectura, recomienda libros a tus amigos....y lo mismo lo puedes ver de tus amigos....
Os dejo mi perfil: https://www.goodreads.com/nefertary
I've run a big query on #Nitter (https://nitter.net/). I wanted to retrieve tweets that people share about my papers, website projects, etc., and it works. I don't use Twitter but Nitter to follow some users.
The query is as follows:
concept1 OR concept2 OR url1 OR url2 OR url3 OR url4 OR ("my name" AND (concept3 OR concept4 OR concept4))
Now I have a section on my webpage for the social impact of my research including the results achieved: https://wpd.ugr.es/~pedrolr/#impact
I've published a new paper on Covid-19, 2 Spanish digital media (okdiario.com and eldiario.es), and Facebook. Using web scraping techniques, I extracted the keywords of the digital news. I used the interactions on Facebook as a measure of its consumption. Finally, I designed wordclouds for the visualization of the digital news content.
The doi is: https://doi.org/10.3145/epi.2020.jul.09. It has a 6 months embargo, but you can contact me to get a brief sketch. Also, I wrote this post:
Inventaire is a free open source platform for cataloguing and sharing physical books, with its own database of titles built upon Wikidata.
You can follow the project at:
The website is at https://inventaire.io
I have one month to write a project (first draft) for the Individual Fellowships of the Marie Curie Actions. It would be to work in Tampere, Finland. I've been already there in 2017 and 2019 for 2 research stays. I love that city and that country.
The aim of the project is to carry out studies on international and comparative librarianship, considering Finnish public libraries as the model of good practice for the Spanish ones.
But I'm at that point where I don't know how to start ✍️
Last week I removed Google Fonts from my website. I'm using a link to fontlibrary.org, and since sometimes it takes time to be displayed, I will try to install the same fonts from local.
Is it really bad to have some JS on a website?
I published a paper on university library users satisfaction (https://doi.org/10.3989/redc.2020.2.1649 ).
It is based on 3 Libqual studies carried out in 3 universities from Spain, Chile and Argentina. We compare the results by Libqual dimensions (Service Affect, Library as Place, and Information Control), and the satisfaction by gender.
In this post I present the paper in Spanish and English:
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