[NetBehaviour] academia.edu

helen varley jamieson helen at creative-catalyst.com
Wed Jul 26 13:00:21 CEST 2017


i don't use it a lot but ended up with stuff there first because someone
else cited me as a co-author. so i uploaded a couple of things. but all
that seems to happen now is i periodically get emails telling me that x
number of people have been searching on my name or reading my articles,
but when i click on the link for further information, i get to a page
telling me to upgrade (& pay €7.4 per month).

i suppose it is useful if you have an academic career & it's important
that your publications are circulated. but for myself, it isn't useful
enough to warrant paying for.

h : )


On 25.07.2017 04:38, José María Mateos wrote:
> On Mon, Jul 24, 2017 at 09:36:54PM -0400, Alan Sondheim wrote:
>> Started putting texts up on academia.edu - does anyone use the site?
>>
>> Is there a way to make it 'work,' develop readership, community?
>
> The main problem I have with academia.edu is --unless I am mistaken,
> but I've tried just now-- that you need to have a user account in
> order to download the papers.
>
> JMM.
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