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."
Responding to Leonard Cassuto's recent blog post about the value blogging in academic publishing, Sarah-Louise Quinnell explains why a presence on social media is taking her career to the next level (Don't doubt the value of blogging in academic...
Producing papers for a growing number of journals with an ever shrinking audience risks diminishing the potential of the impact of academic work. Pat Lockley and Mark Carrigan consider the incentives of the current system of academic publishing and call for a new definition
Social media is becoming increasingly important in teaching and research work but tutors must remember, it's a conversation not a lecture, says Ernesto Priego (@ernestopriego on social media and the academic conversation.
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