Paper by UvA authors in top 5% most cited articles
Open access means wider audience
A paper on mobility and potential exposure to diversity, written by UvA researchers Marco te Brömmelstroet, Anna Nikolaeva and Meredith Glaser of Urban Planning and others, is now in the top 5% of most cited articles worldwide.
(source: Routledge Altmetrics).
This success, especially reaching a non-academic audience, is directly due to the recent open-access agreement between the Library and Taylor & Francis publishers. This allowed the authors to bring the article to the attention of a much wider audience via www.twitter.com/fietsprofessor, Linkedin, Facebook and Researchgate.
The article in question is:
Te Brömmelstroet, M., Nikolaeva, A., Glaser, M. A., Nicolaisen, M., en C. Chan (2017). Traveling together alone and alone together: Mobility and potential exposure to diversity. Applied Mobilities 2(1), 113-129. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/23800127.2017.1283122