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A platform for those interested in increasing the impact of academic research. Managing Editor @MichaelTaster

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Book Review: Indebted: How Families Make College Work at Any Cost by Caitlin Zaloom #HigherEd https://t.co/QskcVAHibvNegative Impact – Is it possible to manage potentially harmful research findings? https://t.co/DNhkdrPQin
1/27
2020
Book Review: Competitive Accountability in Academic Life: The Struggle for Social Impact and Public Legitimacy by R… https://t.co/GwX9CqGuveBook Review: Indebted: How Families Make College Work at Any Cost by Caitlin Zaloom #HigherEd #College https://t.co/QskcVAHibvThe Art of Connection – To deliver a good research seminar you need to connect with an audience at a pragmatic, int… https://t.co/bldvmRtFTbThe A to Z of writing an impact case study https://t.co/pdKkK5ZwV2CRediT Check – Should we welcome tools to differentiate the contributions made to academic papers? #AcWri https://t.co/tAbqjAKiYcBook Review: Indebted: How Families Make College Work at Any Cost by Caitlin Zaloom #HigherEd #Universities https://t.co/bPjUi0Zy7x
1/26
2020
Evidence matters, but ideas shape policy in more fundamental ways than we might realise #ResearchImpact https://t.co/eQVTSYotg1The Tough Life of an Academic Entrepreneur: Innovative commercial and non-commercial ventures must be encouraged.… https://t.co/uZa4RfVFzq"digital experiments are a rich area to explore, as long as we understand and address ethical issues of ‘hiding’ ma… https://t.co/5yem5HAuLvHow to write a blogpost from your journal article in eleven easy steps. #acwri https://t.co/1i2fS1ytDyFour principles for practising and evaluating co-production - a view from sustainability research. #sustainability https://t.co/6A88i696N9
1/25
2020
Not yet the default setting - in 2020 open research remains a work in progress. OA https://t.co/Bbd27khLMqBook Review: Competitive Accountability in Academic Life: The Struggle for Social Impact and Public Legitimacy by R… https://t.co/DmDCtfpGNvThe Accident of Accessibility: How the data of the Teaching Excellence Framework creates neoliberal subjects https://t.co/P2YlQ4ngSJEXCLUSIVE: UKRI to scrap impact sections from grant applications. Internal memo reveals plans to scrap Pathways to… https://t.co/8zTqDu62UI
Retweeted by LSE Impact BlogFour principles for practising and evaluating co-production - a view from sustainability research. #ResearchImpact https://t.co/jcCLpt72yLPublication is not enough, to generate impact you need to campaign https://t.co/Lzm0QP9firIs who you know as important as what you know? Mapping the invisible colleges supporting academic prestige https://t.co/rrjgdIbTXgBeyond Randomised Controlled Trials - expanding the horizon for experimental research techniques in the social scie… https://t.co/py01YPOxs5CRediT Check – Should we welcome tools to differentiate the contributions made to academic papers?… https://t.co/h4ahoumcujBarriers to research collaboration: are social scientists constrained by their desire for autonomy? SocialScience https://t.co/tFNNnON4HBJournal Indexing: Core standards and why they matter https://t.co/5i27zBgylL“Remember a condition of academic writing is that we expose ourselves to critique” - 15 steps to revising journal a… https://t.co/Qi8S1ZBWln
1/24
2020
Why social scientists should engage early in the research life cycle https://t.co/ijdtxyklYhTeaching to the blog - How assessed blogging can enhance engaged learning #HigherEd #Teaching https://t.co/k1axdP9WEfFour principles for practising and evaluating co-production - a view from sustainability research. #Coproduction https://t.co/6A88i696N9Coming to terms with the hidden costs of co-production https://t.co/JsFZmHfB53Using mobile applications for social science research https://t.co/utylby4zes"the uniqueness of online experiments means we can now add another dimension to textbooks where and how experiments… https://t.co/QZvjU7NKZrThe importance of being REF-able: academic writing under pressure from a culture of counting https://t.co/7Ay9JgZjpuNot yet the default setting - in 2020 open research remains a work in progress. #openscience https://t.co/DYkAJmc5b6Read the original research, open access (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0): https://t.co/NMUUoyEVEW And in RADAR @oxford_brookes:… https://t.co/r0XvmRGS7Z
Retweeted by LSE Impact BlogWorking to the rule - How bibliometric targets distorted Italian research #goodhartslaw https://t.co/JzIU8p7WGRCRediT Check – Should we welcome tools to differentiate the contributions made to academic papers?… https://t.co/Z36DDOYSlTThe right messaging should be the cornerstone of your research communications strategy #scicomms https://t.co/DIozK2EAM7“an iterative and collaborative processes involving diverse types of expertise, knowledge and actors to produce con… https://t.co/x4B6XJW7Gf
1/23
2020
A degree of studying -  Students who treat education as a commodity perform worse than their intrinsically motivate… https://t.co/A4J49qzqLwDedicated boundary-spanners can support a more effective relationship between science and policy https://t.co/owFTXDpBoZ"the uniqueness of online experiments means we can now add another dimension to textbooks where and how experiments… https://t.co/DnHD80WvUfFour principles for practising and evaluating co-production - a view from sustainability research. @AlbertNorstrmhttps://t.co/KSryzFfT4nBook Review: Competitive Accountability in Academic Life: The Struggle for Social Impact and Public Legitimacy by R… https://t.co/kzX2oeREH8Mapping the impact of UN Sustainable Development Goals on global research https://t.co/o8Gq3DjTQuWhere’s the evidence? Obstacles to impact-gathering and how researchers might be better supported in future https://t.co/ah2JYRR42F"CRediT seeks to capture contributions to the paper, or contributions to the research. It might sound like I’m bein… https://t.co/oqHlrpozosFour principles for practising and evaluating co-production - a view from sustainability research. @AlbertNorstrmhttps://t.co/Cr2yxhQtaE"Rather than glibly assuming that we are moving in the right direction, we must therefore realise that continued co… https://t.co/piqyLzQx16Book Review: Doing Realist Research #RealistResearch https://t.co/TYSpaTAfQSBeyond Randomised Controlled Trials - expanding the horizon for experimental research techniques in the social scie… https://t.co/bmmHqWi6xf
1/22
2020
"there remains deeply problematic assumptions in evidence discourses: the South is merely adopting and adapting an… https://t.co/Wt586uaxsSCRediT Check – Should we welcome tools to differentiate the contributions made to academic papers? #PhDchathttps://t.co/3BWf8n1j42Beyond Randomised Controlled Trials - expanding the horizon for experimental research techniques in the social scie… https://t.co/bwBSZWIaG9Visa applications: emotional tax and privileged passports https://t.co/ie8FzYL9pNDeveloping a finer grained analysis of research impact: Can we assess the wider effects of public engagement? https://t.co/FD1oeUvPoF"These findings make a strong case for higher education institutions to avoid positioning themselves as service pro… https://t.co/uNSHXh0Vab"The problem is that engagement and impact become not goals in themselves but only badges to be achieved and proudl… https://t.co/tBikGjPspPBeyond Randomised Controlled Trials - expanding the horizon for experimental research techniques in the social scie… https://t.co/k8hgeR2dC3Not yet the default setting - in 2020 open research remains a work in progress. #oa https://t.co/Bbd27khLMq“Interdisciplinary, like everyone else.” But are you being interdisciplinary for the wrong reasons?… https://t.co/6v4eJ7YtjKCRediT Check – Should we welcome tools to differentiate the contributions made to academic papers? #ScholComms https://t.co/tAbqjAKiYc
1/21
2020
"collective and individual self-understanding is vital in coping with societal issues and policy problems. Scholars… https://t.co/XayYfPwgsVThe gendered impact agenda – how might more female academics’ research be submitted as REF impact case studies? https://t.co/WMt2xaoGHlA degree of studying -  Students who treat education as a commodity perform worse than their intrinsically motivate… https://t.co/Ue4PgBPIAy"what is not too clear is whether CRediT seeks to capture contributions to the paper, or contributions to the resea… https://t.co/O01boegx5A @slewth @LizzieGadd Thanks, I have made an update to the post, do let me know if you think it is appropriate. @slewth @LizzieGadd Thanks for raising this. The tweet in the post is actually an embedded tweet and not an image.… https://t.co/k73ZtZw2stWhy are Asian Academic Regulatory Bodies wary of blogging? https://t.co/xkUdIfjGbBThe neurotic academic: how anxiety fuels casualised academic work https://t.co/eySv73lvYcTo improve the global evidence ecosystem we need to listen to the Global South. https://t.co/3ZUfAdzNMmThe gold rush: Why open access will boost publisher profits https://t.co/xThqIuTWe7CRediT Check – Should we welcome tools to differentiate the contributions made to academic papers? @LizzieGaddhttps://t.co/iy3Rt1ObDBNot yet the default setting - in 2020 open research remains a work in progress. https://t.co/DYkAJmc5b6Knowledge exchange or research impact - what is the difference between REF and KEF? https://t.co/M9WIr2lA7pBook Review: Competitive Accountability in Academic Life: The Struggle for Social Impact and Public Legitimacy by R… https://t.co/CVENy9TWf5
1/20
2020
What we talk about when we talk about universities, a review essay https://t.co/JMfDXsB1HsA degree of studying - Students who treat education as a commodity perform worse than their intrinsically motivate… https://t.co/FG7vOmYBG7Book Review: Competitive Accountability in Academic Life: The Struggle for Social Impact and Public Legitimacy by R… https://t.co/6enGkd8dGN"The idea that the humanities have a clear role in policy structures is not confined to scholarly debate. Academic… https://t.co/1UW9Z5NJG4Not yet the default setting - in 2020 open research remains a work in progress. #OpenResearch https://t.co/DYkAJmc5b6Book Review: Competitive Accountability in Academic Life: The Struggle for Social Impact and Public Legitimacy by R… https://t.co/xBSnwJxHCj
1/19
2020
To improve the global evidence ecosystem we need to listen to the Global South. https://t.co/NEvBmKPsIpA degree of studying - Students who treat education as a commodity perform worse than their intrinsically motivate… https://t.co/aZxthoXDHHA librarian perspective on Sci-Hub: the true solution to the scholarly communication crisis is in the hands of the… https://t.co/0BigU5ewLB"What we need in advancing open access is a continued focus on developing open frameworks and embedding them into r… https://t.co/DGMr3yxTAyShould we use AI to make us quicker and more efficient researchers? https://t.co/ORf7CgrvLi
1/18
2020
To improve the global evidence ecosystem we need to listen to the Global South. https://t.co/3ZUfAdzNMmThe changing imperative to demonstrate social science impact https://t.co/hG44aAHYbC"we believe that in the social sciences, the opportunities of open peer review justify at least experiments with di… https://t.co/yoyKLvzy0nNot yet the default setting - in 2020 open research remains a work in progress. #OA #OpenScience @danielsp https://t.co/DYkAJmc5b6“If you use social media then you are not working” - How do social scientists perceive altmetrics and online forms… https://t.co/njq8Jk0FT7"Scholarship in the humanities ... delivers systematic knowledge which enables policymakers to be more effective in… https://t.co/7jM8AiISim
Retweeted by LSE Impact Blog"The idea that the humanities have a clear role in policy structures is not confined to scholarly debate. Academic… https://t.co/nUkpI02W4F"Rather than floating passively on a rising tide, building a truly open research system will require continued inno… https://t.co/KMa8o4EjNc
Retweeted by LSE Impact BlogA degree of studying -  Students who treat education as a commodity perform worse than their intrinsically motivate… https://t.co/BeYAAzJD69 @danielsp Responding to @danielintheory 2019 post: The Open Tide – How openness in research and communication is be… https://t.co/i1oHmFEbvKNot yet the default setting - in 2020 open research remains a work in progress. #OA #OpenResearch @danielsp https://t.co/Bbd27khLMqBook Review: The Costs of Connection: How Data is Colonizing Human Life and Appropriating It for Capitalism by Nick… https://t.co/azHupx62C4To improve the global evidence ecosystem we need to listen to the Global South. https://t.co/3ZUfAdzNMmBibliodiversity - What it is and why it is essential to creating situated knowledge #Bibliodiversity https://t.co/HITqdwoMFl
1/17
2020

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