Tag Archives: LSE blog

Social media and the circulation of academic knowledge

I was asked to write a blog post on social media and the circulation of academic knowledge for the LSE Impact of Social Sciences Blog. The post has now been published here. The piece looks at the way the social media are … Continue reading

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Three pieces on open access

The LSE blog has recently published three pieces on open access publishing (this is a debate that is likely to rumble on): The first focuses on the limitations of institutional repositories. The second focuses on the myths around Creative Commons. … Continue reading

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