Alfresco Dining and Reinvigorated Acquaintance
Editorial, Volume 8, Part 1
Keywords:editorial, covid-19, lockdown, podcasting, communication, AI, panic, panacea, call for papers
In this editorial for the most recent issue of Exchanges, the editor-in-chief reflects on some of the small positives which have emerged from the Covid-19 mandated lockdown period of working. He talks a little more about the work of the podcast in supporting the twin role of the journal in disseminating interdisciplinary research but also enabling a learning environment. The editorial continues by providing an overview of the articles appearing in this issue, before moving to announce a new call for papers in the area of ‘AI: Panic or Panacea’. The editorial closes with advice for submitting authors, and acknowledgement of the efforts for those who have brought the issue together.
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