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Book Review: Model Cases: On Canonical Research Objects and Sites by Monika KrauseImpact Blog - LSE7 hourssaveRefWorks
COVID-19 interventions: what behavioural scientists should– and shouldn’t – be advising government onImpact Blog - LSE1 daysaveRefWorks
At what point do academics forego citations for journal status?Impact Blog - LSE3 dayssaveRefWorks
Democratising publishing or dodgy spammers? What ‘inclusive’ publishers tell us about the state of academic book publishing.Impact Blog - LSE4 dayssaveRefWorks
Want to make your research credible online? Image mattersImpact Blog - LSE5 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: Embodied Inquiry: Research Methods by Jennifer Leigh and Nicole BrownImpact Blog - LSE7 dayssaveRefWorks
Which speakers will benefit from the rise in remote seminar presentations?Impact Blog - LSE9 dayssaveRefWorks
Is doing a PhD bad for your mental health?Impact Blog - LSE10 dayssaveRefWorks
Eight components for‘open social science’ – An agenda for cultural changeImpact Blog - LSE11 dayssaveRefWorks
The Processual Book. How Can We Move Beyond the Printed Codex?Impact Blog - LSE12 dayssaveRefWorks
2021 In Review: What we’ve been reading.Impact Blog - LSE24 dayssaveRefWorks
2021 In Review: Living and Working in AcademiaImpact Blog - LSE25 dayssaveRefWorks
2021 In Review: The Culture of Academic PublishingImpact Blog - LSE31 dayssaveRefWorks
2021 In Review: Measuring and Assessing ResearchImpact Blog - LSE32 dayssaveRefWorks
2021 In Review: Evidence for PolicyImpact Blog - LSE33 dayssaveRefWorks
An audible university? The emerging role of podcasts, audiobooks and text to speech technology in research should be taken seriouslyImpact Blog - LSE36 dayssaveRefWorks
Despite the focus on Russell Group institutions as drivers of social mobility, it is actually universities outside this group that are contributing most strongly to social mobilityImpact Blog - LSE37 dayssaveRefWorks
Fostering agility to diversify science, music, and societyImpact Blog - LSE38 dayssaveRefWorks
A lost generation? Early career researchers and the pandemicImpact Blog - LSE39 dayssaveRefWorks
Neurodiversity in Academia: The Autistic Advantage in Qualitative ResearchImpact Blog - LSE40 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: Discriminating Data: Correlation, Neighborhoods, and the New Politics of Recognition by Wendy Hui Kyong ChunImpact Blog - LSE42 dayssaveRefWorks
Mobilising Historical Knowledge without Master Narratives: How historians are correcting the record in a complicated political momentImpact Blog - LSE45 dayssaveRefWorks
Multilingualism is integral to accessibility and should be part of European research assessment reformImpact Blog - LSE46 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: Behavioral Insights by Michael Hallsworth and Elspeth KirkmanImpact Blog - LSE49 dayssaveRefWorks
Defending a PhD thesis is an emotional moment candidates and supervisors should be prepared forImpact Blog - LSE53 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: Resisting Dialogue: Modern Fiction and the Future of Dissent by Juan MenesesImpact Blog - LSE56 dayssaveRefWorks
Peer review for academic jobs and grants continues to be shaped by metrics, especially if your reviewer is highly rankedImpact Blog - LSE57 dayssaveRefWorks
What COVID-19 should teach us about being disabled, chronically ill and/or neurodivergent in higher educationImpact Blog - LSE58 dayssaveRefWorks
What does COVID-19 mean for the evaluation of the Impact criterion in REF2021?Impact Blog - LSE59 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: Social Media and the Automatic Production of Memory: Classification, Ranking and the Sorting of the Past by Ben Jacobsen and David BeerImpact Blog - LSE63 dayssaveRefWorks
Seeing the world like Wikipedia– What you should know about how the world’s largest encyclopedia works.Impact Blog - LSE65 dayssaveRefWorks
Universities, Economic Development and‘Levelling Up’ – How can universities make a positive impact on their local areas?Impact Blog - LSE67 dayssaveRefWorks
Female researchers are more read and less cited because they more often engage in research for societal progressImpact Blog - LSE68 dayssaveRefWorks
Facebook, the metaverse and the monetisation of higher educationImpact Blog - LSE71 dayssaveRefWorks
Q and A with Dr Dylan Mulvin on Proxies: The Cultural Work of Standing InImpact Blog - LSE72 dayssaveRefWorks
Impact Monoculture– Are all impact case studies the same old story?Impact Blog - LSE72 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: Ending Fossil Fuels: Why Net Zero is Not Enough by Holly Jean BuckImpact Blog - LSE72 dayssaveRefWorks
Higher Education Science Fictions– How fictional narratives can shape AI futures in the academyImpact Blog - LSE72 dayssaveRefWorks
Keeping a research journal that works for youImpact Blog - LSE72 dayssaveRefWorks
Net Zero, Natural Solutions and COP26: How expert knowledge can risk closing down rather than opening up the politics of climate change.Impact Blog - LSE72 dayssaveRefWorks
Time, Finances, Confidence, Knowledge– Research communicators should be attentive to the resource inequalities inherent to academiaImpact Blog - LSE72 dayssaveRefWorks
Watching The Chair: A walk through the half-dim corridors of‘The Academia’?Impact Blog - LSE72 dayssaveRefWorks
Has COVID-19 been the making of Open Science?Impact Blog - LSE72 dayssaveRefWorks
Is hybrid a desirable‘new normal’ for academic events?Impact Blog - LSE72 dayssaveRefWorks
Q and A with Dr Dylan Mulvin on Proxies: The Cultural Work of Standing InImpact Blog - LSE73 dayssaveRefWorks
Impact Monoculture– Are all impact case studies the same old story?Impact Blog - LSE74 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: Ending Fossil Fuels: Why Net Zero is Not Enough by Holly Jean BuckImpact Blog - LSE77 dayssaveRefWorks
Higher Education Science Fictions– How fictional narratives can shape AI futures in the academyImpact Blog - LSE78 dayssaveRefWorks
Keeping a research journal that works for youImpact Blog - LSE79 dayssaveRefWorks
Net Zero, Natural Solutions and COP26: How expert knowledge can risk closing down rather than opening up the politics of climate change.Impact Blog - LSE80 dayssaveRefWorks
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