In this post from LSE Impact Blog, Simon Linacre urges less focus on predatory publishing & more on the real world negative impact caused by predatory journals
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Innovation in any field of research often runs the risk of being poorly judged and misunderstood by researchers beholden to more conventional methods. What then allows researchers to undertake research that could leave them ostracised from their disciplinary communities?
Dr David Rose and Dr Chris Tyler provide seven insights for how academics can improve the chances of their evidence being used in the fast-paced, time-poor, information environment of the UK Parliament. Shared from the LSE Impact Blog.
PhD candidates need to be able to communicate their research to diverse audiences and be prepared for careers outside of Higher Education. Should PhD supervision cover these area? Or does impact training sit more naturally elsewhere in the University ecosystem? In this post, Katherine Parker-Hay, outlines the perspectives of supervisors. Shared from the LSE Impact Blog.
From the LSE Impact Blog Ema Talam and Prof Jon Fairburn outline five ways in which social media, and in particular Twitter, can make all the difference to PhD research at a time when regular academic life has been severely disrupted.