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Exchanges Engages

Social Media

Exchanges encourages discussions on and around the journal, scholarly communications and academic publishing practices. Hence, there are various active and informal ways for everyone to interact with the journal online, beyond contributing as an author. Each social platform also offers a means to regularly hear about news, calls for papers and other related opportunities.

Additionally, they offer an insight and transparency into the journal's ongoing operations, activities and direction.

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Microblogging has long been part of the Exchanges way of engaging with our readers and authors. While we've been on Twitter/X for many years, given its recent issues we will slowly be migrating more to using BlueSky as a less...problematic platform. You can also find us on Mastodon as below - should that be your preferred platform.

Bluesky Twitter/X
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Editorial BlogLink opens in a new window

This covers news and announcements, along with longer pieces analysing the journal, its contents and discussions relating to scholarly communications. The Editor-in-Chief normally posts every week or so throughout the year. Readers can and are encouraged to comment on posts to add further context and insight to the discussions.

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This is a group space on the popular business and careers site dedicated to regular brief updates on key news concerning the journal. All Linked.In users are eligible to join, although they will be verified before being added. The group is also a good location to find other scholars interested in publishing with us. Posts here are less frequent that the Editorial Blog, with around one or two appearing monthly.

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Exchanges is also now tooting away on the twitter alternative microblogging platform Mastodon. Posts here are currently slightly less frequent than on twitter. Find us at:

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