Almost all qualitative and quantitative research into human society involves the participation of other humans. However, they are frequently rendered passively in research outputs as ‘research subjects’. In this post, Helen Kara, argues that the way we…
Impact Round-Up 25th January: Anonymity, metadata, and tacit knowledge vs reproducible results.
Managing Editor Sierra Williams presents a round-up of popular stories from around the web on higher education, academic impact, and trends in scholarly communication. 1. The role of anonymity in the blogosphere and in science took centre stage this week when a … Continue reading →