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Workshop provides essential lessons for academic writing

Last month Loughborough University Centre for Information Management hosted an international paper-writing workshop led by Senior Scholar and Fellow of the AIS Professor Michael Myers. The workshop attracted early-career faculty and PhD researchers from Europe and the United States. Participants discussed the challenges of writing up and getting published, choosing a title and crafting an […]

Resisting the visual: Why academia is still resistant to the power of imagery in learning

Introduction This blog is about academic resistance to a good idea. It’s not uncommon that good practices sometimes prompt people to reject them, but that’s different from the other things I’ve talked about in earlier blogs, like being unaware of the problems associated with the ways we often use our primary projection platform, PowerPoint. Being […]

How to be a great researcher!

Over recent months I have had some opportunities to speak on how to develop a research career.  Indeed, I presented on this topic recently at the Centre for Information Management’s conference; yesterday, January 12th, to be precise.  So for this blog post I thought I would outline some of the key messages from these talks. […]