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@OUPAcademic

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Joined on June 04, 2007
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We looked inside some of the tweets by @OUPAcademic and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
6 hours
Average replies
0
Average retweets
2
Average likes
7
Tweets with photos
63 / 100
Tweets with videos
5 / 100
Tweets with links
0 / 100

Rankings (sorted by number of followers)

43. in country United States and category Books

131. in category Books

The city of Salvador da Bahia was founded in 1549 under the name of São Salvador da Bahia de Todos os Santos (Holy Savior of the Bay of All Saints). But it was known as the city of Bahia between the 16th and 19th centuries. Learn more about its history: https://t.co/WC0ONKdyg4 https://t.co/1Qe0fe4M3q

The city of Salvador da Bahia was founded in 1549 under the name of São Salvador da Bahia de Todos os Santos (Holy Savior of the Bay of All Saints). But it was known as the city of Bahia between the 16th and 19th centuries. Learn more about its history: https://t.co/WC0ONKdyg4 https://t.co/1Qe0fe4M3q

"In these unusual times, we need flexible approaches to business strategy more than ever." David Mackay highlights the need for businesses to adapt to the changes caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Read more on the OUPblog. https://t.co/XGBXtwHeMd https://t.co/ygtJiZLVI6

"In these unusual times, we need flexible approaches to business strategy more than ever." David Mackay highlights the need for businesses to adapt to the changes caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Read more on the OUPblog. https://t.co/XGBXtwHeMd https://t.co/ygtJiZLVI6

"There are times when our work on AASC can seem so inadequate. This occasion feels especially dire." Read @HenryLouisGates' letter from the editor on the importance of African American scholarship today. https://t.co/95ibggqPK3 https://t.co/tzabcF885K

"There are times when our work on AASC can seem so inadequate. This occasion feels especially dire." Read @HenryLouisGates' letter from the editor on the importance of African American scholarship today. https://t.co/95ibggqPK3 https://t.co/tzabcF885K

Throughout September, US readers can be in with a chance of winning “A Bite of the Apple: A Life with Books, Writers and Virago” by @Lennie_Virago - enter our @goodreads giveaway today to learn why @thesundaytimes called it "an inspiring book". https://t.co/ccWFDSh1gO

Quoted @UniofOxford

Excited to be named @thetimes @thesundaytimes University of the Year for our work on the coronavirus vaccine and our efforts to improve social mobility! 🎉 #GoodUniGuide https://t.co/sL02HvsT0J

Congratulations @UniofOxford on being named University of the Year! https://t.co/bWYy7H8uXo

Romantic relationships often develop with excitement and positive anticipation. Yet many dissolve. Research has examined several facets to unpack the dissolution process, from what leads to termination to redefining relationships with former partners. https://t.co/QeBJwj6j36 https://t.co/68WdB5o5UW

Romantic relationships often develop with excitement and positive anticipation. Yet many dissolve. Research has examined several facets to unpack the dissolution process, from what leads to termination to redefining relationships with former partners. https://t.co/QeBJwj6j36 https://t.co/68WdB5o5UW

In order to apply the Third Law of Motion to separated celestial bodies, Newton confronted the experimental behaviors of colliding billiard balls, despite the fact that such objects otherwise play little role within the 'Principia'’s formal developments. https://t.co/AqyMg5lRUx https://t.co/xFhY9RXisC

In order to apply the Third Law of Motion to separated celestial bodies, Newton confronted the experimental behaviors of colliding billiard balls, despite the fact that such objects otherwise play little role within the 'Principia'’s formal developments. https://t.co/AqyMg5lRUx https://t.co/xFhY9RXisC

Attending the virtual #SRNTE2020? Expand your knowledge on nicotine and tobacco research with free access to a collection of highly cited articles from @NTR_Journal: https://t.co/PRUMuiCAzp https://t.co/WI5vHlaNti

Attending the virtual #SRNTE2020? Expand your knowledge on nicotine and tobacco research with free access to a collection of highly cited articles from @NTR_Journal: https://t.co/PRUMuiCAzp https://t.co/WI5vHlaNti

As work practices continue to change in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, David Mackay explores why a flexible business strategy is more important now than ever for companies who are facing unprecedented environmental flux. Read his blog here. https://t.co/CbAB5Zk99O https://t.co/RG4dVNQb4H

As work practices continue to change in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, David Mackay explores why a flexible business strategy is more important now than ever for companies who are facing unprecedented environmental flux. Read his blog here. https://t.co/CbAB5Zk99O https://t.co/RG4dVNQb4H

With over 16,000 books across 20 subject areas, Oxford Scholarship Online is an essential research resource for student, scholar, and academic alike. Find out how your institution can save via perpetual access purchasing: https://t.co/HiWiCPwtYM https://t.co/7VpXlwKW9b

With over 16,000 books across 20 subject areas, Oxford Scholarship Online is an essential research resource for student, scholar, and academic alike. Find out how your institution can save via perpetual access purchasing: https://t.co/HiWiCPwtYM https://t.co/7VpXlwKW9b

Discover four tips on how to better communicate and connect with your teenager leaving for college in this post from the OUPblog. @LandauPhd @OUPPsychology https://t.co/J7MxbF9vRy

Oxford University Press invites you to discover a selection of free chapters from our top 10 most visited titles in economics. Explore our collection and enjoy free access to selected chapters: https://t.co/QFaS7fj3pf https://t.co/vpQ8hcdwgv

Oxford University Press invites you to discover a selection of free chapters from our top 10 most visited titles in economics. Explore our collection and enjoy free access to selected chapters: https://t.co/QFaS7fj3pf https://t.co/vpQ8hcdwgv

Discover the latest #OpenAccess journal in the Oxford University Press portfolio: Oxford Open Climate Change, led by Editor-in-Chief Professor Eelco J. Rohling. Explore the full journal today. https://t.co/HIOyeWjqTX https://t.co/Aid7C4CsVz

Discover the latest #OpenAccess journal in the Oxford University Press portfolio: Oxford Open Climate Change, led by Editor-in-Chief Professor Eelco J. Rohling. Explore the full journal today. https://t.co/HIOyeWjqTX https://t.co/Aid7C4CsVz

Lovers of classic Hollywood are in luck – we’re partnering with @GoodReads to give away 15 copies of “#CaryGrant, the making of a Hollywood legend”, a new biography of one of the world’s most famous actors, to our US readers. Click to enter today! https://t.co/fPQ4bFAO3S

Does everyone have a human right to health and to access new essential medicines researchers develop? Philosopher Nicole Hassoun @kikseven2 explores the barriers to, and offers solutions for, solving the global problem of access to essential medicine. https://t.co/OKdsOb0z0S

In this week's episode Jonathan Schneer (@OUPAcademic) takes us into the heart of a plot to overthrow the Bolsheviks in 1918, led by a ruthless, dashing and Machiavellian Scot – Robert Bruce Lockhart. #USSR #History https://t.co/tvyLtof1F9 https://t.co/fR7S7u7WPE

Today marks the beginning of National Hispanic Heritage month, and we're celebrating with a quote from former senator of Chile and Nobel Prize-winning poet, Pablo Neruda: https://t.co/2I8QYSUxGS #QotW https://t.co/ZxFkv0afZo

Today marks the beginning of National Hispanic Heritage month, and we're celebrating with a quote from former senator of Chile and Nobel Prize-winning poet, Pablo Neruda: https://t.co/2I8QYSUxGS #QotW https://t.co/ZxFkv0afZo

Galaxy groups are usually thought to have settled down to a quiet retirement after the frenzied activity of collisions and explosions associated with their formation. However, a different picture emerged for astronomers: that of violent activity. https://t.co/wGHgiA17Qq

Avoid research bias with the @IJEeditorial's collection on Bias in Epidemiology, which features reflections on common types of systematic error as well as suggestions on how to avoid them. https://t.co/eJZB8QkW6U https://t.co/9H7PSCXGrn

Avoid research bias with the @IJEeditorial's collection on Bias in Epidemiology, which features reflections on common types of systematic error as well as suggestions on how to avoid them. https://t.co/eJZB8QkW6U https://t.co/9H7PSCXGrn

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