10 counter-intuitive insights to help you understand and improve your own writing practice.
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For many academics currently working from home, writing will be a secondary consideration, or even impossible. However, for others writing can be an essential way to maintain a sense of stability and to meaningfully respond to the current situation.
Academic writing is often criticised for its tendency to be arid and unengaging, but what makes a paper interesting? Find out in this great blog by Dr Manuel Goyanes, shared from the LSE Impact Blog
Should early career researchers be expected to relocate regularly in order to land a permanent job? In this post for the LSE Impact Blog, Eva Krockow weighs the benefits of an international career against the costs of constant mobility.
A new working definition of co-produced research and suggest how different elements of successfully co-produced knowledge can be understood and evaluated.
Presenting evidence from the Harbingers Study, a three-year longitudinal study of Early Career Researchers (ECRs), David Nicholas assesses the extent to which the new wave of researchers are driving changes in scholarly practices.