Public Dimensions of Scholarship

Now Available: Results from the Review, Promotion, and Tenure Study

The review, promotion, and tenure (RPT) process is one of the cornerstones of academic life,…


Q&A with Asura Enkhbayar: Looking Ahead to STI 2018

How do we measure the impact of research? And how can we learn to do it better? From September 12…


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President's Dream Colloquium on Making Knowledge Public

How is public policy shaped by research? How is the public already actively involved in science?…


Highlights from the Brazilian Meeting on Bibliometrics and Scientometrics

This July, ScholCommLab’s Stefanie Haustein attended the sixth ever Brazilian Meeting on…


David Moscrop

Preview: David Moscrop at TEDxYYC

Why do we make bad political decisions, and how do we make better ones? On Thursday, June 21,…


Stefanie Haustein on the Altmetric Blog

Starting this week, ScholCommLab co-director Stefanie Haustein is publishing a series of guest…


Preliminary Findings from the Review, Promotion, and Tenure Study

Support for the open access movement has grown in recent years, and today more than a quarter of…


Key Takeaways from RightsCon Toronto 2018

From May 16 to 18, the ScholCommLab’s Research Associate Dr. Katherine Reilly and Carol Muñoz…


Highlights from the Congreso de Revistas

On May 2, ScholCommLab director Juan Alperin flew to Mexico City to attend the annual Congreso de…


Preliminary Findings from the Challenges of Capturing Engagement on Facebook for Altmetrics Study

With more than 2.2 billion active users—six times as many as Twitter—Facebook is by far the largest…