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The impact agenda in four acts– Or, how the impact moved from concept to governing principleImpact Blog - LSE94 dayssaveRefWorks
An alternative approach to measuring community engagement in higher educationImpact Blog - LSE97 dayssaveRefWorks
Lewontin's legacyEvo and proud99 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: Easy Living: The Rise of the Home Office by Elizabeth A. PattonImpact Blog - LSE99 dayssaveRefWorks
In defence of writing book reviewsImpact Blog - LSE100 dayssaveRefWorks
What happens when you find your open access PhD thesis for sale on Amazon?Impact Blog - LSE101 dayssaveRefWorks
Are we all social scientists now? The rise of citizen social science raises more questions about social science than it answers.Impact Blog - LSE103 dayssaveRefWorks
How to build and maintain trust at the interface of policy and research, insights from a century of boundary spanningImpact Blog - LSE104 dayssaveRefWorks
American Indians in declineEvo and proud110 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: What Do We Know and What Should We Do About Social Mobility? by Lee Elliott Major and Stephen MachinImpact Blog - LSE113 dayssaveRefWorks
Lost in co-production: To enable true collaboration we need to nurture different academic identities.Impact Blog - LSE114 dayssaveRefWorks
Review papers and the creative destruction of the research literatureImpact Blog - LSE117 dayssaveRefWorks
To reduce inequalities in research evaluation, give researchers a universal basic income for research impactImpact Blog - LSE118 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: The Crowdsourced Panopticon: Conformity and Control on Social Media by Jeremy WeissmanImpact Blog - LSE120 dayssaveRefWorks
4 priorities to reaffirm patient voice in the coming era of AI healthcareImpact Blog - LSE121 dayssaveRefWorks
Getting the messageEvo and proud122 dayssaveRefWorks
Internet Down– Learning infrastructure literacy from infrastructure failureImpact Blog - LSE122 dayssaveRefWorks
Want to make an impact on climate change? Focus on elections.Impact Blog - LSE123 dayssaveRefWorks
Industry not harvest: Principles to minimise collateral damage in impact assessment at scaleImpact Blog - LSE125 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: New Pandemics, Old Politics: Two Hundred Years of War on Disease and its Alternatives by Alex de WaalImpact Blog - LSE127 dayssaveRefWorks
Connecting local knowledge to International Law– How social science changed the course of a landmark trialImpact Blog - LSE128 dayssaveRefWorks
The epistemological chaos of platform capitalism and the future of the social sciencesImpact Blog - LSE129 dayssaveRefWorks
Can standardised courses in research ethics prevent publication misconduct?Impact Blog - LSE131 dayssaveRefWorks
“Minimum expectations” are no way to value the arts, humanities, and social sciencesImpact Blog - LSE132 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: Dear Science and Other Stories by Katherine McKittrickImpact Blog - LSE134 dayssaveRefWorks
The most consequential experiments carried out during the COVID-19 pandemic will be socialImpact Blog - LSE135 dayssaveRefWorks
9 tips for effective collaborations between journalists and academic researchersImpact Blog - LSE138 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: Uncertain Archives: Critical Keywords for Big Data edited by Nanna Bonde Thylstrup, Daniela Agostinho, Annie Ring, Catherine D’Ignazio and Kristin VeelImpact Blog - LSE140 dayssaveRefWorks
Joining the‘great conversation’ – The fundamental role of annotation in academic societyImpact Blog - LSE142 dayssaveRefWorks
Goodbye, Microsoft Academic– Hello open research infrastructure?Impact Blog - LSE143 dayssaveRefWorks
Proving and Improving– Evaluating policy engagement is an opportunity for researchers and institutions to learn as well as demonstrate impact.Impact Blog - LSE145 dayssaveRefWorks
REFlection: An‘a la carte’ set of reporting standards would be preferable to having to second guess REF guidance.Impact Blog - LSE146 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: The Technology Takers: Leading Change in the Digital Era by Jens P. Flanding, Genevieve M. Grabman and Sheila Q. CoxImpact Blog - LSE148 dayssaveRefWorks
The global rise in academic authors reporting multiple institutional affiliations reflects the unanticipated influence of research assessment on academia.Impact Blog - LSE149 dayssaveRefWorks
Putting the collective impact of global development research into perspective– What we learned from six years of the Impact InitiativeImpact Blog - LSE150 dayssaveRefWorks
Why, When and How? 10 Tips for Academic Book ReviewersImpact Blog - LSE151 dayssaveRefWorks
Using Twitter as a data source an overview of social media research tools (2021)Impact Blog - LSE152 dayssaveRefWorks
Can AI be used ethically to assist peer review?Impact Blog - LSE153 dayssaveRefWorks
Damunwha in South KoreaEvo and proud156 dayssaveRefWorks
Podcast: Do algorithms have too much social power?Impact Blog - LSE157 dayssaveRefWorks
Four reasons slow scholarship will not change academiaImpact Blog - LSE159 dayssaveRefWorks
Love DORA, Hate Rankings?Impact Blog - LSE160 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: The Filing Cabinet: A Vertical History of Information by Craig RobertsonImpact Blog - LSE162 dayssaveRefWorks
How the Mars landings took SHAPE– Assessing the contribution of social sciences, arts and humanities to space exploration.Impact Blog - LSE163 dayssaveRefWorks
Is a breakdown in trust, transparency and social cohesion a price worth paying for more extensive data linkage?Impact Blog - LSE164 dayssaveRefWorks
What works for knowledge brokers? Assessing the communication challenge of linking research to policy.Impact Blog - LSE165 dayssaveRefWorks
Who benefits from data for good?Impact Blog - LSE166 dayssaveRefWorks
The REF’s singular focus on excellence limits academic diversityImpact Blog - LSE171 dayssaveRefWorks
Without social sciences, humanities and arts, the goal of sustainability may never be reachedImpact Blog - LSE172 dayssaveRefWorks
Are experts complicit in making their advice easy for politicians to ignore?Impact Blog - LSE172 dayssaveRefWorks
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