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Stephen Downes

Knowledge, Learning, Community

This article outlines results from the Society for Scholarly Publishing (SSP) survey of social media use. Participants were recruited from the readership of the Scholarly Kitchen, but were also recruited via social media, which had to have influenced the results. As expected, people (though not institutions) have been leaving X/Twitter in droves. The survey suggests they're landing mostly at Bluesky and Threads, with some representation at Mastodon, but this is probably the influence of the recruitment process, which would reach more widely across Twitter clones than across decentralized social media.

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