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John Hattie on the Factors That Influence Learning In Schools
Research
March 30, 2023

John Hattie on the Factors That Influence Learning In Schools

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Report Discusses Recommendations For Addressing Anti-Black Racism in Canadian Social Science Research
News
March 9, 2023

Report Discusses Recommendations For Addressing Anti-Black Racism in Canadian Social Science Research

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Why Don’t Business Schools Publish More Impactful Research?
Business and Management INK
February 21, 2023

Why Don’t Business Schools Publish More Impactful Research?

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A Decades-Long Journey of Marketing and Public Policy Research to Support the Greater Good
Business and Management INK
February 13, 2023

A Decades-Long Journey of Marketing and Public Policy Research to Support the Greater Good

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How Might Societal Impact be Recognized within an FT Top 50 Journal?

How Might Societal Impact be Recognized within an FT Top 50 Journal?

From a journal editor’s perspective, top journals play a central role in recognizing societal impact of research.

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Europe’s Research Universities Call for Harnessing Breadth of Social Science and Humanities

Europe’s Research Universities Call for Harnessing Breadth of Social Science and Humanities

A new report from a consortium of European research universities says if the European Union really wants to achieve its stated policy goals, it had better heed the advice of the consortium on including the “broadest possible range” of social science and humanities insights.

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A Quick Examination of Existing Academic Impact Metrics and Concerns in Business Education

A Quick Examination of Existing Academic Impact Metrics and Concerns in Business Education

A new white paper from SAGE Business examines existing bibliometrics and institutional reward structures at play within business schools. We aim to move the dial toward ways in which societal impact could become central to the assessment of business and management research.

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Big Think Podcast Series Launched by Canadian Federation of Humanities and Social Sciences

Big Think Podcast Series Launched by Canadian Federation of Humanities and Social Sciences

The Canadian Federation of Humanities and Social Sciences has launched the Big Thinking Podcast, a show series that features leading researchers in the humanities and social sciences in conversation about the most important and interesting issues of our time.

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The We Society Explores Intersectionality and Single Motherhood

The We Society Explores Intersectionality and Single Motherhood

In a recently released episode of The We Society podcast, Ann Phoenix, a psychologist at University College London’s Institute of Education, spoke […]

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How ChatGPT Could Transform Higher Education 

How ChatGPT Could Transform Higher Education 

ChatGPT is by no means a perfect accessory for the modern academic – but it might just get there.

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Report Provides Recommendations for Data Instruction in the Social Sciences

Report Provides Recommendations for Data Instruction in the Social Sciences

In the Ithaka S+R report “Fostering Data Literacy: Teaching with Quantitative Data in the Social Sciences,” authored by Dylan Ruediger and Danielle Miriam Cooper, examined the use and teaching of data analysis in the social sciences. Ithaka S+R is the research arm of the ITHAKA not-for-profit which aims to help “the academic community use digital technologies to preserve the scholarly record and to advance research and teaching in sustainable ways.

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The Impact of Book Bans on Higher Education

The Impact of Book Bans on Higher Education

While book bans themselves remain sadly frequent across the United States, increasingly those efforts have zeroed in on campuses.

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