Open Access Meets Social Media | Anthropology-News

peter.suber's bookmarks 2017-08-17


"The SCA is experimenting with new ways of making our content accessible beyond the echo chamber of our discipline. As a section, we consider the accessibility of our work to be crucial aspects of public engagement and worlding anthropology, especially in contentious political moments. Our strategy centers on our efforts to make Cultural Anthropology a fully open-access journal, promote the ongoing series on our lively website, and generate buzz surrounding our social media that currently reach over 40,000 followers. All of this is made possible by a large team of student and postdoctoral contributing editors who make up the discipline’s next generation. Here, we highlight a sample of these activities in order to invite more scholars and students to the SCA."


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Tags: oa.societies oa.ssh oa.anthropology oa.networking oa.conversions oa.strategies oa.social_media oa.journals

Date tagged:

08/17/2017, 23:29

Date published:

08/17/2017, 05:16