In order to disseminate project results during the project and after its lifespan, ALLINTERACT researchers will contribute with the publication of scientific articles and working papers in golden open access leading journals. Specifically, the project aims to publish at least 20 scientific papers, 10 of which before the project’s ending. Throughout the project, it will be particularly important to publish about how the project’s results have been transferred and provide evidence of the social and political impact achieved. Among these planned publications, there will be a Special issue with 8 scientific articles. Finally, a total of 37 other types of publications addressed to foster citizens engagement in the creation and use of scientific evidence to improve quality education and gender equality are also foreseen.

List of publications
– Puigvert, L., Villarejo-Carballido, B., Gairal-Casadó, R., Gómez, A., Cañaveras, P., & Martí, T. S. (2022). An Instagram Hashtag Fostering Science Education of Vulnerable Groups during the Pandemic. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 19(4), 1974.
– Pulido Rodriguez, C. M., Ovseiko, P., Font Palomar, M., Kumpulainen, K., & Ramis, M. (2021). Capturing Emerging Realities in Citizen Engagement in Science in Social Media: A Social Media Analytics Protocol for the Allinteract Study. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 20.  
– Redondo-Sama, G., Morlà-Folch, T., Burgués, A., Amador, J., & Magaraggia, S. (2021). Create solidarity networks: dialogs in Reddit to overcome depression and suicidal ideation among males. International journal of environmental research and public health18(22).
– Soler-Gallart, M., & Flecha, R. (2022). Researchers’ Perceptions About Methodological Innovations in Research Oriented to Social Impact: Citizen Evaluation of Social Impact. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 21, 16094069211067654. 
– Valls-Carol, R., Álvarez-Guerrero, G., López de Aguileta, G., Alonso, Á., & Soler-Gallart, M. (2021). Citizen Debates in Social Networks about Didactic Resources for Mathematics. International journal of environmental research and public health18(21).

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