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A post-pandemic research agendaImpact Blog - LSE84 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: The Infographic: A History of Data Graphics in News and Communications by Murray DickImpact Blog - LSE87 dayssaveRefWorks
When the mob decides truthEvo and proud88 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: Digital Detox: The Politics of Disconnecting by Trine SyvertsenImpact Blog - LSE94 dayssaveRefWorks
Cleansing the scientific literature ... againEvo and proud95 dayssaveRefWorks
The open scholarship ecosystem faces collapse; it’s also our best hope for a more resilient futureImpact Blog - LSE95 dayssaveRefWorks
Behavioural Economics on a Post-ItImpact Blog - LSE98 dayssaveRefWorks
To achieve visible impacts Horizon Europe must connect to local innovation dynamicsImpact Blog - LSE98 dayssaveRefWorks
You can publish open access, but‘big’ journals still act as gatekeepers to discoverability and impactImpact Blog - LSE99 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: Liberalism at Large: The World According to the Economist by Alexander ZevinImpact Blog - LSE101 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: Decolonizing Universalism: A Transnational Feminist Ethic by Serene J. KhaderImpact Blog - LSE102 dayssaveRefWorks
Writing for edited collections represents a model for a creative academic community unfairly rejected by the modern academyImpact Blog - LSE103 dayssaveRefWorks
For China’s ambitious research reforms to be successful, they will need to be supported by new research assessment infrastructuresImpact Blog - LSE103 dayssaveRefWorks
Organisational change is a challenge uniquely suited to the insights of social scienceImpact Blog - LSE105 dayssaveRefWorks
The re-use of qualitative data is an under-appreciated field for innovation and the creation of new knowledge in the social sciencesImpact Blog - LSE106 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: Muddied Waters: The Fictionalisation of Ethnographic Film by Toni de BromheadImpact Blog - LSE108 dayssaveRefWorks
Despite concerns, COVID-19 shows how social media has become an essential tool in the democratisation of knowledgeImpact Blog - LSE110 dayssaveRefWorks
Three simple questions to re-define higher educationImpact Blog - LSE111 dayssaveRefWorks
The Politics of DisorderKieran Healy's Weblog111 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: Creativity in Research: Cultivate Clarity, Be Innovative and Make Progress in your Research Journey by Nicola Ulibarri et alImpact Blog - LSE115 dayssaveRefWorks
The public do not understand logarithmic graphs used to portray COVID-19Impact Blog - LSE117 dayssaveRefWorks
For science communication to be effective it should be evidence basedImpact Blog - LSE119 dayssaveRefWorks
Behavioural science and the response to COVID-19: a missed opportunity?Impact Blog - LSE119 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: Political English: Language and the Decay of Politics by Thomas DochertyImpact Blog - LSE122 dayssaveRefWorks
Get Apple's Mobility DataKieran Healy's Weblog122 dayssaveRefWorks
This is where the virus is least deadlyEvo and proud123 dayssaveRefWorks
Evidence for Policy in the Wake of COVID-19: Short– Medium – Long Term ImpactsImpact Blog - LSE123 dayssaveRefWorks
The Kitchen Counter ObservatoryKieran Healy's Weblog124 dayssaveRefWorks
The commercial model of academic publishing underscoring Plan S weakens the existing open access ecosystem in Latin AmericaImpact Blog - LSE125 dayssaveRefWorks
10 Ways scientists can better engage with decision makersImpact Blog - LSE127 dayssaveRefWorks
The Necropolitics of COVID-19: Will the COVID-19 pandemic reshape national healthcare systems?Impact Blog - LSE127 dayssaveRefWorks
Book Review: The Scopus Diaries and the (Il)Logics of Academic Survival by Abel PoleseImpact Blog - LSE129 dayssaveRefWorks
Does a commensal relationship exist between coronaviruses and some human populations?Evo and proud130 dayssaveRefWorks
The public debate around COVID-19 demonstrates our ongoing and misplaced trust in numbersImpact Blog - LSE131 dayssaveRefWorks
To rediscover their public value universities can learn from the free culture movementImpact Blog - LSE132 dayssaveRefWorks
There is no black and white definition of predatory publishingImpact Blog - LSE133 dayssaveRefWorks
The Grammar of Impact– What can we learn from REF 2014 about writing impact case studies? Impact Blog - LSE134 dayssaveRefWorks
7 Recommended Reads for Contextualising Covid-19Impact Blog - LSE136 dayssaveRefWorks
Covid Concept GeneratorKieran Healy's Weblog136 dayssaveRefWorks
Locked down not locked out– Assessing the digital response of museums to COVID-19Impact Blog - LSE137 dayssaveRefWorks
How can researchers support Parliament in its scrutiny of the Government’s decisions and actions around the COVID-19 outbreak?Impact Blog - LSE139 dayssaveRefWorks
Simple data visualisations have become key to communicating about the COVID-19 pandemic, but we know little about their impactImpact Blog - LSE141 dayssaveRefWorks
“Coin of the Realm” – Graduate Student Lore and Faculty Advice on Research and Publication, A video interventionImpact Blog - LSE143 dayssaveRefWorks
To drive innovation, scientists should open their doors to more equitable relations with the artsImpact Blog - LSE145 dayssaveRefWorks
Impact a-gender? Calling out the gendered nature of research impact and assessmentImpact Blog - LSE146 dayssaveRefWorks
New Orleans and NormalizationKieran Healy's Weblog147 dayssaveRefWorks
A missed opportunity? How the UK’s teaching excellence framework fails to capture the voice of university staffImpact Blog - LSE148 dayssaveRefWorks
Science in inaction– The shifting priorities of the UK government’s response to COVID-19 highlights the need for publicly accountable expert advice.Impact Blog - LSE148 dayssaveRefWorks
Chinese state censorship of COVID-19 research represents a looming crisis for academic publishersImpact Blog - LSE151 dayssaveRefWorks
Apple's COVID Mobility DataKieran Healy's Weblog152 dayssaveRefWorks
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