Post Tagged with: "research funding"

The Implications of Brexit for Libraries: An Academic Librarian’s Perspective

The Implications of Brexit for Libraries: An Academic Librarian’s Perspective

In a time of contested facts and ‘fake news’, librarians could make a worthwhile contribution to discussion of Brexit by assisting with the negotiation of meaning.

Interview – Charles King

Interview – Charles King

Professor King discusses the decline of International Studies, the growth of quantitative methods in IR, and the issue of presenting research findings to wider audiences.

The Importance of Open Access

The Importance of Open Access

Open access is a simple idea. People should be able to access scholarship freely and easily. However, in practice there is a long way to go to meet that goal.

Advice on Self-Funding a PhD

Advice on Self-Funding a PhD

Self-funding a PhD is something that can be wrongly associated with being of ‘lesser’ academic quality. There are actually many advantages to self funding.

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