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Meagan Phelan discusses strategies to improve communication between researchers and policymakers, along with the need to embrace uncertainty in scientific research. She…
PODCAST: Engaging Diverse Audiences, Building Trust
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In this episode of the Insights Exchange Podcast, we set out on a journey through the nuances of scholarly communications with Heather Staines - a veteran in scholarly…
PODCAST: Navigating the seas of scholarly communications: A conversation with Heather Staines
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What makes peer reviewer feedback good or bad? How can you write effective and helpful review feedback? Prof. Sin Wang Chong (Director of Impact and Innovation at the…
Prof. Sin Wang Chong, Director of Impact and Innovation at the International Education Institute, University of St Andrews, talks about the importance of shaping the…
Prof. Sin Wang Chong, Director of Impact and Innovation at the International Education Institute, University of St Andrews, discusses how researchers from all linguistic…
Prof. Sin Wang Chong, Director of Impact and Innovation at the International Education Institute, University of St Andrews, describes what feedback literacy is and why…
We bring you the second part of the All Things SciComm interview with Elisabeth Bik, where you can hear her talk about the role that different segments of the scientific…
Which skills do recruiters look for at different stages of academic careers? How should PhD students and senior researchers prepare themselves for the next career stage?…
Have you ever met a research integrity specialist? In this episode of the All Things SciComm podcast, Jigisha Patel, an independent research integrity consultant and…
PODCAST: Building sustainable peer review processes to foster research integrity: A conversation with Jigisha Patel
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As a researcher, it is important for you to have a clear idea about the different types of articles that journals publish. This will help you understand the ways in…