By Sarah-Louise Quinnell: "The question of what value social media, particularly blogging, holds in academia is ongoing and at times controversial. .. I do believe that blogging has a place in academia, particularly for early career researchers."
In the second in their series, ‘Cite or Site?’, Pat Lockley and Mark Carrigan analyse the dominance of academic journals in publishing despite a drastic change in cultural context, arguing that moving social science research online should be second nature
A twitter chat and blog post led Dr Sarah-Louise Quinnell to be featured in the pages of the Times Higher Education and won her respect from colleagues who were previously sceptical of the values of academic blogs. Here, she explains how she created an impact and went from blogging to the holy grail of print.
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