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.
Liz Gross:"I’m knee-deep in the literature review for my dissertation, and I’ve promised my mentor that I will finish it by the end of the semester. So far, my literature review is focused on two broad areas: theoretical frameworks for student success and the available evidence of the effect of social media use in higher education."
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...
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
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