Part 1 of a miniseries reviewing selected papers from Altmetric’s list of the top 100 most-discussed journal articles of 2017.
As we did
last year, we’re once again taking an end-of-year look at the open access articles related to knowledge management from Altmetric’s list of the top 100 journal articles over the past year.
Altmetrics are metrics and qualitative data that are complementary to traditional, citation-based metrics. They can include (but are not limited to) peer reviews on Faculty of 1000, citations on Wikipedia and in public policy documents, discussions on research blogs, mainstream media coverage, bookmarks on reference managers like Mendeley, and mentions on social networks such as Twitter.
The open access article related to knowledge management from the 2017 list are:
#89 Brain–Computer Interface–Based Communication in the Completely Locked-In State
#100 The Code for Facial Identity in the Primate Brain
Articles from this list will be featured in RealKM Magazine through January 2018.
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About the Author
Bruce Boyes is Editor and Lead Writer of RealKM Magazine, and a teacher at Shanxi University where he is establishing new knowledge management classes. He is an experienced knowledge manager, environmental manager, and educator with expertise in information and knowledge management, program and project management, environmental management and sustainability, community and stakeholder engagement and development, research, writing and editing, education and training, website management, and event and meeting management. Bruce holds a Master of Environmental Management with Distinction and a Certificate of Technology (Electronics).
With a demonstrated ability to collaboratively identify and implement innovative solutions to complex problems, Bruce’s career highlights include using agile approaches to implement an award-winning $77.4 million river recovery program in western Sydney on time and under budget, leading the development and implementation of a knowledge strategy process for the natural resource management organisations across Australia, and pioneering collaborative learning and governance approaches to help communities to sustainably manage landscapes and catchments.