Digging into archives

This work is a quantitative exploration of archival scholarship that aims to describe the social and topical structure of the field, it’s evolution, and it’s relationship with other disciplines.

Do you cite what you tweet?

This work revisits the relationship between tweets and citations from a new information behavior perspective, where the tweet (and not the tweeted publication) is the unit of analysis. The main question is to determine if, at the individual level, the act of tweeting a given publication is a good predictor of the act of citing that same publication.

The socio-topical landscape of shark research and its visibility in the media

The goal of this research collaboration between the QSS lab and the Environmental Information Use and Influence (EIUI) group is to contribute to the discussion by providing an empirical basis for assessing the unequal representation and attention that different bodies of literature receive in social media specifically.