Reviewed articles in jounals

  1. Holmberg, K., Bowman, T. D., Haustein, S., & Peters, I. (in Druck). Astrophysicists’ conversational connections on Twitter. PlosOne. 
  2. Haustein, S., Larivière, V., Thelwall, M., Amyot, D., & Peters, I. (in Druck). Tweets vs. Mendeley readers: How do these two social media metrics differ. IT-Journal. 
  3. 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. 
  4. Haustein, S., Peters, I., Bar-Ilan, J., Priem, J., Shema, H., & Terliesner, J. (2014). Coverage and adoption of altmetrics sources in the bibliometric community. Scientometrics, January. 
  5. Haustein, S., Peters, I., Sugimoto, C. R., Thelwall, M., & Larivière, V. (2014). Tweeting Biomedicine: An Analysis of Tweets and Citations in the Biomedical Literature. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 65(4), 656-669. 
  6. Morschheuser, B. S., Rivera-Pelayo, V., Mazarakis, A., & Zacharias, V. (2014). Interaction and Reflection with Quantified Self and Gamification: an Experimental Study. Journal of Literacy and Technology, 15(2), 136-156. 
  7. Mainka, A., Hartmann, S., Orszullok, L., Peters, I., Stallmann, A., & Stock, W. G. (2013). Public Libraries in the Knowledge Society: Core Services of Libraries in Informational World Cities. Libri, 63(4), 295–319. 
  8. Mazarakis, A. (2013). Like Diamonds in the Sky – How Feedback Can Boost the Amount of Available Data for Learning Analytics. International Journal of Technology Enhanced Learning 5(2), 107-116. 
  9. Mazarakis, A. (2013). Neuere Faktoren der Wahrnehmungsorganisation zur Unterstützung des multimedialen Lernens. Gestalt Theory, 35(4), 321-348. 
  10. Kaschig, A., Maier, R., Sandow, A., Lazoi, M., Schmidt, A., Barnes, S.-A., Bimrose, J., Brown, A., Bradley, C., Kunzmann, C., & Mazarakis, A. (2013). Organisational Learning from the Perspective of Knowledge Maturing Activities. IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies, 6(2), 158-176. 
  11. Haustein, S., & Peters, I. (2012). Using Social Bookmarks and Tags as Alternative Indicators of Journal Content Description. First Monday, 17(11), www.firstmonday.org/htbin/cgiwrap/bin/ojs/index.php/fm/article/view/4110/3357
  12. Peters, I., Schumann, L., & Terliesner, J. (2012). Folksonomy-basiertes Information Retrieval unter der Lupe. Information. Wissenschaft & Praxis, 63(4), 273-280. 
  13. Mazarakis, A., Braun, S., & Zacharias, V. (2011). Feedback in social semantic applications. International Journal of Knowledge Engineering and Data Mining 1(4), 291–302. 
  14. Peters, I. (2011). Social Tagging. Grundlagen, Anwendungen, Auswirkungen auf Wissensorganisation und soziale Strukturen der User (Rezension zu Herbert Frohner, 2010). Information - Wissenschaft und Praxis, 62(5), 268-269. 
  15. Khveshchanka, S., Mainka, A., & Peters, I. (2011). Singapur: Prototyp einer informationellen Stadt. Information - Wissenschaft & Praxis, 62(2-3), 111-121. 
  16. Weller, K., & Peters, I. (2010). Generation International - Die Zukunft von Information, Wissenschaft und Profession. Information - Wissenschaft und Praxis, 61 (2), 65-66. 
  17. Peters, I., & Stock, W. G. (2010). "Power Tags" in Information Retrieval. Library Hi Tech, 28(1), 81-93. 
  18. Peters, I., & Weller, K. (2008). Tag Gardening for Folksonomy Enrichment and Maintenance. Webology, 5(3), Article 58, from www.webology.ir/2008/v5n3/a58.html
  19. Peters, I., & Weller, K. (2008). Paradigmatic and Syntagmatic Relations in Knowledge Organization Systems. Information - Wissenschaft & Praxis, 59(2), 100–107. 
  20. Peters, I., & Stock, W. (2008). Folksonomies in Wissensrepräsentation und Information Retrieval. Information - Wissenschaft & Praxis, 59(2), 77–90.