Academic social networks

Main academic social networks:

  • Mendeley: A reference management software and researcher network for managing and sharing scientific documents. Set up your own personal page and discover documents by other researchers from all branches of science. With Mendeley you can find out how many times other users have read your publications, follow specialized groups and do many other things.
  • A social network for researchers and lecturers from all over the world. Searches can be made for universities, disciplines, departments or names.
  • ResearchGATE: A network for researchers, made by researchers. It aims to find researchers and interesting projects, and encourage cooperation, debate and scientific work.
  • Publons: An internet portal that aims to harness the power of peer review and encourages researchers to publish their experiences on line. It is a startup that was created in New Zealand in 2013.
  • MyscienceWork: An academic social network that aims to encourage contact between scientists and open-access publication. OECID can be included and the researcher's statistics can be generated within the network.

Frequently asked questions about social academic networks

Should you have any queries, please get in touch with the research support staff of your CRAI or by email(ELIMINAR)