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November 1, 2017 | Victoria Farrimond, Journals Development Coordinator

Social media 101

Introducing our social media guide for editors


For some, social media is a part of everyday life: sharing events on Facebook, photographs of favourite meals on Instagram, and work successes on LinkedIn. And now, a growing number of academics are also sharing their research and engaging in discussion on social media, particularly on Twitter.…

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