The appeal of collaborating with a government agency, or an organization funded by one, seems obvious. In practice, however, it’s not always easy to make collaborative research work well. Susan Dodsworth and Nic Cheeseman outline some simple lessons for those looking to collaborate while avoiding the common pitfalls.
Co-Pierre Georg and Michael E. Rose report on their recent study confirming that seeking out feedback and constructive criticism improves academic research and increases its impact, especially when that feedback is offered by well-connected colleagues.
A new issue of Small Group Research is now available online! Daniel Lafond, Defence R&D Canada–Valcartier, Marie-Eve Jobidon, Defence R&D Canada–Toronto, Caroline […]
Visitor Centers, Collaboration, and the Role of Local Food and Beverage as Regional Tourism Development Tools
Abel Duarte Alonso, University of Western Sydney; Edith Cowan University, and Yi Liu, Curtin University, published “Visitor Centers, Collaboration, and the Role […]