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A platform for those interested in increasing the impact of academic research. Managing Editor Emily Cousens

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AmeliCA before Plan S – The Latin American Initiative to develop a cooperative, non-commercial, academic led, syste… https://t.co/akK62E8JMQBibliodiversity – What it is and why it is essential to creating situated knowledge https://t.co/HITqdwoMFlToday's post: If university campuses close, can everyone learn from home? What happens when the home becomes the cl… https://t.co/ZdskKSCokVBetter, fairer, more meaningful research evaluation – in seven hashtags #researchimpact #REF2021https://t.co/o5ormqkKxyWhat is the impact of #covid19 on #womeninacademia? https://t.co/76SricnAKhHow to research policing? Talk to people who have been arrested. 4 insights from 150 arrested individuals on the… https://t.co/UIWZphsxGrToday's post: "The fundamental premise of successful online education is the access to both electricity supply and… https://t.co/5y6awiWb2UGrimpact – Time to acknowledge the dark side of the impact agenda #impact #REF2021 #ECRchat https://t.co/JlhK07Ez8sAs #covid19 means an increase in caring responsibilities, what should universities do? https://t.co/YzbVP2mrOKHow to research policing? Talk to people who have been arrested. 4 insights from 150 arrested individuals on the… https://t.co/v42E4m2nvANew post: If university campuses close, can everyone learn from home? What happens when the home becomes the classr… https://t.co/F7RXpWvmwy
9/29
2020
What to know when planning online classes and lectures @cwglenn1 https://t.co/it8V8CWvkCResearch assessments can strengthen health systems @AnnetteBoaz https://t.co/7lBGGAWcB6Today's post: How to research policing? Talk to people who have been arrested. 4 insights from 150 arrested indivi… https://t.co/7qjXICSE0RInterested in alternative research data/tools/methods? This article I authored in 2019 for the @LSEImpactBlog may… https://t.co/Y2L1ypve4Q
Retweeted by LSE Impact BlogDealing with Covid-19 requires pre-emptive action to realistically communicate risks to the public #covid19 https://t.co/QINaitg3HrScaling what works doesn’t work: we need to scale impact instead #scicomm #ECRchat https://t.co/SL8f0yijZnFor science communication to be effective it should be evidence based #scicomm https://t.co/7D7hDvrQtmToday's post: How to research policing? Talk to people who have been arrested. 4 insights from 150 arrested indivi… https://t.co/dmajHSjJRYCOVID-19 has profoundly changed the way we conduct and share research. Let’s not return to business as usual when t… https://t.co/Vm2EbnMSLkLast weeks top post: What do researchers need to know to achieve #researchimpact in government https://t.co/LBPGOTlFiMThe COVID-19 Online Pivot: The Student Perspective https://t.co/WRDPSCKTVoNew post: How to research policing? Talk to people who have been arrested. 4 insights from 150 arrested individual… https://t.co/wbnemzTnsm
9/28
2020
The gold rush: Why open access will boost publisher profits #openaccess https://t.co/xThqIuTWe7"Telling people what not to do is easier than advising them about what to do in the right way and in the right circ… https://t.co/RsEgX4T0nDWho are you writing for? The role of community membership on authors’ decisions to publish in open access mega-jour… https://t.co/7XaEtmbpb1What is action oriented research and how can it help the social sciences struggle to be relevant? https://t.co/rIhbYhVPnR'Will this new, radically open research communications paradigm result in permanent change?' #openaccesshttps://t.co/QWgRquWNfpWhat #covid19 teaches us about the role of the social sciences in pandemic preparedness and response… https://t.co/RyXEHXQUgiHow to improve the quality and credibility of preprints? @gowrigopala @Mario_Malicki #fastscience #openaccesshttps://t.co/Ofhr2qkjPqFrom the archive: 2011 report Government’s attitude to scientific advice is that it is something to reach for only… https://t.co/nivLds766aBook Review: Network Origins of the Global Economy: East vs. West in a Complex Systems Perspective by Hilton L. Root https://t.co/SWTHGMgbQBHow can academics influence government? #ResearchImpact #ECRchat #knowledgeexchange #AcademicTwitterhttps://t.co/2dprQ64686Online conferences don’t have to feel like substitutes. 4 considerations for making yours better than the ‘real thi… https://t.co/w9n4hQlqt1
9/27
2020
The re-use of qualitative data is an under-appreciated field for innovation and the creation of new knowledge in th… https://t.co/OiYicpVcfnTwelve Top Tips for Writing an Academic Book Blurb @DrHelenKara #AcWri #AcademicChatter #ECRchat https://t.co/vhHWV4IGhnHow can academics influence government? #ResearchImpact #ECRchat #scicomm #ResearchPolicy #knowledgeexchangehttps://t.co/ls5jBIQ9pfHow to improve the quality and credibility of preprints? #fastscience #openaccess #covid19 #scicomm https://t.co/TuXbhM0t6TWhat #covid19 teaches us about the role of the social sciences in pandemic preparedness and response #SHAPEhttps://t.co/tQosjy2yweData protection laws apply to anyone who collects information about a living individual. So what do researchers in… https://t.co/sufKmyQGGXThe contemporary social sciences are now converging strongly with STEM disciplines in the study of ‘human-dominated… https://t.co/rJu6R2T77KHow has #covid19 impacted #womeninacademia? https://t.co/76SricnAKhEvidence-based policy and other myths. What researchers need to know to influence government. #ResearchImpacthttps://t.co/XSwkdc8oUaThe social sciences struggle to be relevant. Can action-oriented research help? https://t.co/rIhbYhVPnR'Will this new, radically open research communications paradigm result in permanent change?' #openaccesshttps://t.co/uyI3L7T7NB
9/26
2020
'We must start now to shift our resources towards open, community-based infrastructures and services whose values a… https://t.co/ULCIDJ10ffHere's how you can make your online conference come to life https://t.co/7REXm1fDCN https://t.co/wKrY6SD5TGAre preprints a problem? 5 ways to improve the quality and credibility of preprints #fastscience #openaccesshttps://t.co/K2Tgj4K5zgToday's post: The social sciences struggle to be relevant. Can action-oriented research help? #scicomm #socscicomm https://t.co/rIhbYhVPnRWriting for edited collections represents a model for a creative academic community unfairly rejected by the modern… https://t.co/kaNcLhqct3A post-pandemic research agenda #covid19 #ResearchImpact https://t.co/9uMimUBuNtResearcher Activism - Reflections on a career #AcademicTwitter #AcademicChatter https://t.co/r8xyae3pIBToday's post: The social sciences struggle to be relevant. Can action-oriented research help? @Melhawkshttps://t.co/6ZoebfO7RO#COVID-19 has profoundly changed the way we conduct and share research. Let’s not return to business as usual when… https://t.co/CvtGjBKpbYWhat #covid19 teaches us about the role of the social sciences in pandemic preparedness and response #SHAPEhttps://t.co/BMF95NhGJ8Evidence-based policy and other myths. What researchers need to know to influence government. Naomi Eisenstadt CB… https://t.co/L8cAOwXlJMToday's post: The social sciences struggle to be relevant. Can action-oriented research help? https://t.co/rIhbYhVPnR
9/25
2020
Is #scaling just a buzzword? How can it lead to #impact? https://t.co/SL8f0yijZnWhy are online writing groups so popular? #AcademicTwitter #AcademicChatter #PhDChat #ECRchat https://t.co/g1ieV10nhlToday's post: #COVID-19 has profoundly changed the way we conduct and share research. Let’s not return to business… https://t.co/yGqxsEl96xWhat is the role of the social sciences in #covid19 response? https://t.co/VZk2ygZexlWhat is a social science degree worth? #backtouni https://t.co/rJ31ZwGRwgAre preprints a problem? 5 ways to improve the quality and credibility of preprints #fastscience #openaccesshttps://t.co/iGMEwo1QzrToday's post: COVID-19 has profoundly changed the way we conduct and share research. Let’s not return to business a… https://t.co/yA9204GEdLThe pandemic is making it harder for researchers but women are hit the hardest. 4 findings from 80 countries… https://t.co/0CETY9rwOPEvidence-based policy and other myths. What researchers need to know to influence government. Naomi Eisenstadt CB… https://t.co/jE10bFIl1PAre preprints a problem? 5 ways to improve the quality and credibility of preprints #fastscience #openaccess https://t.co/TuXbhM0t6TNew post: COVID-19 has profoundly changed the way we conduct and share research. Let’s not return to business as us… https://t.co/70XQ139IA9
9/24
2020
Evidence-based policy and other myths. What researchers need to know to influence government. Naomi Eisenstadt CB… https://t.co/p7UqQgcGbKThe new normal for #SHAPE subjects in the post-pandemic landscape #covid19 https://t.co/VZk2ygZexlToday's post: Are preprints a problem? 5 ways to improve the quality and credibility of preprints #fastsciencehttps://t.co/lkIW7c5AlO"Telling people what not to do is easier than advising them about what to do in the right way and in the right circ… https://t.co/OHiwKPk3adAs many local and national regions are returning to lockdowns and working from home, we revist Adam Jowett's practi… https://t.co/bgzwX2L9QuA “better” post-recovery world will undoubtedly also benefit from the well-documented contributions that social sci… https://t.co/7O4PwXcbyR
Retweeted by LSE Impact BlogHow can anthropological research impact the populations it studies? Six steps for creating inclusivity and accessib… https://t.co/js4qKVAMDLToday's post: Are preprints a problem? 5 ways to improve the quality and credibility of preprints #fastsciencehttps://t.co/lSUIEPLxwURetaining the Human Touch When Supporting Students in Transitioning to Asynchronous Online Teaching and Learning in… https://t.co/xYBS4B6205What academics who use social media need to now and why universities must protect them #ECRchat #AcademicTwitterhttps://t.co/4VDUOytJYCEvidence-based policy and other myths. What researchers need to know to influence government. Naomi Eisenstadt CB… https://t.co/rrrL7yHnfrNew post: Are preprints a problem? 5 ways to improve the quality and credibility of preprints #fastsciencehttps://t.co/hzTVNG0Atl
9/23
2020
We need more than headline statistics to understand the impact of Covid-19 https://t.co/3GHWiO1YpZBetween fast science and fake news: Preprint servers are political #fastscience #covid19 #preprints https://t.co/sZ8iqccI7SToday's post: Evidence-based policy and other myths. What researchers need to know to influence government.… https://t.co/pdLNzaqa6LIndia’s retrospective review of PhD research quality is set to significantly change research practices https://t.co/r5nxZSYEuqThe contemporary social sciences are now converging strongly with STEM disciplines in the study of ‘human-dominated… https://t.co/JitQEcSYuLA ‘New Normal’ for the Social Sciences: Improving Pandemic Preparedness and Response #covid19 https://t.co/VZk2ygZexlToday's post: Evidence-based policy and other myths. What researchers need to know to influence government.… https://t.co/Rvc7WmABnmHow can academics achieve #impact during party conference season? #LAB2020 https://t.co/SBivmCFcEQThe gold rush: Why open access will boost publisher profits #openaccess https://t.co/xThqIuTWe7How to tell an impact story? The building blocks you need #ResearchImpact #REF2021 #ECRchat #AcademicTwitter https://t.co/7oU62zyvwzHow can the social sciences help in the #covid19 response? @raadfadaak @MyleslieYYC https://t.co/VZk2ygZexlNew post from Naomi Eisenstadt CB: Evidence-based policy and other myths. What researchers need to know to influenc… https://t.co/KHAHLe1GDP
9/22
2020
Need help telling an impact story? The building blocks you need #REF2021 #ImpactAssessments #ResearchImpact https://t.co/7oU62zyvwzOur Profile(d) Selves: How social media platforms use data to tell us who we should be https://t.co/y5mudPKnzwToday's post: A ‘New Normal’ for the Social Sciences: Improving Pandemic Preparedness and Response @raadfadaakhttps://t.co/88WQeyi5ZGUsing Twitter in university research, teaching, and impact activities #AcademicTwitter https://t.co/oeviejz3xvRethinking the rights of children for the Internet Age https://t.co/ZrBot86vkmAssessing research impact – a tale of 7 impact studies https://t.co/zhjlHAhOYeToday's post: A ‘New Normal’ for the Social Sciences: Improving Pandemic Preparedness and Response @raadfadaakhttps://t.co/L7Qs8mszXhThe unequal impact of #covid-19 on #WomeninAcademia 4 findings from 80 countries @degruyter_lib #WomeninAcademiahttps://t.co/GW3Sxycuhd
9/21
2020

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