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From analogue to digital scholarship: implications for science communication researchers
JCOM: Journal of Science Communication
Digital media have transformed the social practices of science communication. They have extended the number of channels that scientists, media professionals, other stakeholders and citizens use to communicate scientific information. Social media provide opportunities to communicate in more immediate and informal ways, while digital technologies have the potential to make the various processes of research more visible in the public sphere. Some digital media also offer, on occasion,doi:10.22323/2.09030305 fatcat:hj7vcz4ta5dhbovsloq6oiktbu