Learning how to write an abstract for a conference is a matter of following a formula for success. Here it is.
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From unsticking your writing to squashing digital distractions, here’s our pick of the 9 best productivity apps for academics.
Academic cultural critique is best served in blog form and there are a slew of academic blogs waiting to dish. We’ve picked 9 of the best academic blogs out there.
The traditional conference Call for Papers route has become a tale of academic spam and missed connections. Paul Killoran thinks the research community deserves better.
Taylor & Francis Peer Review: A Global View 2016 insight supplement into peer review was released last month. The review followed on from their 2015 study that took a look into authors, reviewers and journal editors opinions of the existing peer review process. The latest review, released in July (2016), asked researchers globally to take…
The reviewing stage is fundamental to any conference. Without reviewing, there won’t be any good feedback loops, and without feedback loops, research communities cannot develop and improve. Reviewers are one of the hardest working groups of people behind the scenes at a conference, but do they get the recognition they deserve? More importantly, do they…