The social media landscape is always changing, and DORA’s online presence is changing along with it. In addition to our presence on X (previously known as Twitter), we have expanded to several new social media platforms so that you are able to follow and interact with us on whichever one you use.
Before getting to the list, here’s an important thing to know: you do not need to sign up for all of these to keep up with all of our latest activities! The DORA website is the central hub of all things DORA. It is where we make important announcements and publish our blogs, and it is where we host community resources like the case study repository and resource library. Our social media feeds serve to inform our community of new content on the DORA website, highlight resources to support research assessment reform efforts, and uplift examples of good practices around the globe
This is not to say the content will not be identical on each site. For example, people may ask different questions on each site, but most of the content will overlap, so you only need to follow one.
Here is an updated list of where you can find DORA online. Note that most of them use the same handle, which will hopefully make it easier for you to find us.
X (the website formerly known as Twitter): https://twitter.com/DORAssessment
These social media sites use a slightly different handle:
Finally, if you want the full posts from DORA’s blog delivered to your inbox rather than links on your socials, you can sign up for a mailing list. This is not the same as DORA’s newsletter. The newsletter is less frequent and original.
If there are more social media platforms in DORA’s future, we will update this blog post and add them to the list.
Zen Faulkes is DORA’s Program Director. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.