Now online: the Powerpoint of last week’s Webcast on Article level metrics

Thursday, July 12, 2012
4:30 PM to 5:30 PM

In March 2009, the Public Library of Science (PLoS) became the first publisher to track transparent and comprehensive information about the usage and reach of published articles – rather than journals – so that the academic community has another avenue to help assess their value. These measures are called Article-Level Metrics (ALMs).

On July 12, Jennifer Lin, Product Manager at PLoS, gave an in-depth look at the the current status of Article Level Metrics, a discussion of what has been learned to date, and a glimpse into what is on the horizon for their further development and wider adoption.


SPARC Europe’s Webcast: Jennifer Lin on Article Level Metrics from SPARC on Vimeo.

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