Tag Archives: science communication

On SAGE Insight; Identifying diffusion patterns of research articles on Twitter: A case study of online engagement with open access articles

From Public Understanding of Science Science has long been of public interest, as well as a site of intellectual and political contestation. However, it is only in recent years that social media—particularly Twitter, blogs, and academic social networks such as … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Open-access policy and data-sharing practice in UK academia

From Journal of Information Science New forms of scholarly communication emerged with the development of the Internet and digital technology which enabled more open practices within the academic community. These new forms include open-access (OA) publishing, sharing primary research data, … Continue reading

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Why did the proton cross the road? Humor and science communication

From Public Understanding of Science The use of humor in public discourse about science has grown remarkably over the past few years, and when used in science communication activities is being seen as a great way to bring science to … Continue reading

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