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Kim Holmberg
tutkijatohtori
+358 (0)50 354 7203
sähköposti kijohol@utu.fi

Tutkimusintressit

 

Altmetriikka

Webometriikka

Informetriikka

Sosiaalinen media

Hyperlinkki analyysi

Sosiaalinen verkostoanalyysi

 

Nykyinen projekti: Avoimen tieteen yhteiskunnallisen vaikuttavuuden mittarit

 

Lisätietoja: http://kimholmberg.fi

Julkaisuja

  • Vainio, J. & Holmberg, K. 2017. Highly tweeted science articles: who tweets them? An analysis of Twitter user profile descriptions. Scientometrics. Online First. DOI 10.1007/s11192-017-2368-0.
  • Didegah, F.; Gazni, A.; Bowman, T. & Holmberg, K. 2016. Increasing our understanding of altmetrics: identifying factors that are driving both citation and altmetric counts. iConference 2016 Proceedings 1-7.
  • Eriksson-Backa, K.; Holmberg, K. & Ek, S. 2016. Communicating diabetes and diets on Twitter – a semantic content analysis. International Journal of Networking and Virtual Organisations 16 (1): 8-24.
  • Holmberg, K. & Hellsten, I. 2016. Organizational communication on Twitter: Differences between non-profit and for-profit organizations in the context of climate change. In: Schmidt, Christopher M. (Ed.) Crossmedia-Kommunikation in kulturbedingten Handlungsräumen. Mediengerechte Anwendung und zielgruppenspezifische Ausrichtung. VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften. Springer: Berlin-Charlottenburg, 305-313.
  • Holmberg, K. & Hellsten, I. 2016. Twitter Campaigns Around the Fifth IPCC Report: Campaign Spreading, Shared Hashtags, and Separate Communities. Sage Open, July-September, 1-7. linkki.
  • Holmberg, K.; Bastubacka, J. & Thelwall, M. 2016. “@God please open your fridge!” – A content analysis of Twitter messages to @God: Hopes, humor, spirituality, and profanities. The Journal of Religion, Media and Digital Culture.
  • Birkholz, J.; Seeber, M. & Holmberg, K. 2015. Drivers of higher education institutions’ visibility: a study of UK HEIs social media use vs. organizational characteristics. In: Salah, A.A., Tonta, Y., Salah, A.A.A., Sugimoto, C., & Al, U. Proceedings of the 15th International Society of Scientometrics and Informetrics Conference ISSI, Istanbul, Turkey. linkki.
  • Haustein, S.; Bowman, T. D.; Holmberg, K.; Tsou, A.; Sugimoto, C. R. & Lariviére, V. 2015. Tweets as impact indicators: Examining the implications of automated “bot” accounts on Twitter. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology. DOI: 10.1002/asi.23456. linkki.
  • Holmberg, K. 2015. Classifying altmetrics by level of impact. In: Salah, A.A., Tonta, Y., Salah, A.A.A., Sugimoto, C., & Al, U. Proceedings of the 15th International Society of Scientometrics and Informetrics Conference ISSI, Istanbul, Turkey. linkki.
  • Holmberg, K. 2015. Online attention of universities in Finland: Are the bigger universities bigger online too? In: Salah, A.A., Tonta, Y., Salah, A.A.A., Sugimoto, C., & Al, U. Proceedings of the 15th International Society of Scientometrics and Informetrics Conference ISSI, Istanbul, Turkey. linkki.
  • Holmberg, K. 2015. Altmetrics for Information Professionals – Past, Present and Future. Waltham, MA, USA & Kidlington, UK: Chandos Publishing/Elsevier Ltd. 159 s.
  • Holmberg, K. 2015. Da bibliometria á altmetria. In: Tarapanoff, Kira (Ed.). Análise de informação para tomada de decisão: desafios e soluções. Curitiba, Brazil: Intersaberes.
  • Holmberg, K. & Hellsten, I. 2015. Gender differences in the climate change communication on Twitter. Internet Research.
  • Holmberg, K.; Didegah, F.; Bowman, T. & Kortelainen, T. 2015. Measuring the societal impact of open science – Presentation of a research project. Informaatiotutkimus 34 (4). linkki.
  • Haustein, S.; Bowman, T. D.; Holmberg, K.; Peters, I. & Larivière, V. 2014. Astrophysicists on Twitter: An in-depth analysis of tweeting and scientific publication behavior. Aslib Journal of Information Management. 66 (3): 279–296.
  • Holmberg, K. & Hellsten, I. 2014. Analyzing the climate change debate on twitter -content and differences between genders. Proceedings of the 2014 ACM conference on Web science - WebSci '14, New York:ACM, pp. 287-288.
  • Holmberg, K. & Thelwall, M. 2014. Disciplinary differences in Twitter scholarly communication. Scientometrics 101 (2): 1027–1042.
  • Holmberg, K.; Eriksson-Backa, K. & Ek, S. 2014. Tweeting about Diabetes and Diets - Content and Conversational Connections. In: K. Saranto et. al (eds.) Safe and Secure Cities. Communications in Computer and Information Science, Volume 450, pp 46–56.
  • Holmberg, K.; Bowman, T.; Haustein, S. & Peters, I. 2014. Astrophysicists' Conversational Connections on Twitter. PLoS ONE 9(8): e106086.
  • Pearce, W.; Holmberg, K.; Hellsten, I. & Nerlich, B. 2014. Climate Change on Twitter: Topics, Communities and Conversations about the 2013 IPCC Working Group 1 Report. PLoS ONE 9(4): e94785.