Concerns Dwindle Over Quality of Open Access Journals

Concerns Dwindle Over Quality of Open Access Journals

A dwindling number of researchers have concerns about the quality of open access journals, according to a major survey of scholars.

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Greenleaf Publishing title wins best book award at the Academy of Management's 75th Annual Meeting

Greenleaf Publishing title wins best book award at the Academy of Management's 75th Annual Meeting

Greenleaf Publishing title Corporate Responsibility Coalitions by David Grayson and Jane Nelson has been named the winner of the Social Issues in Management Best Book Award at the Academy of Management 2015. The SIM division studies the social issues, institutions, interactions, and impacts of management.

Q&A: Further Exploring Self-Care in Academia
PhD Talk

After hosting Jenna's guest post on self-care in academia, I was contacted by John Elmes from the Times Higher Education who got interested in this topic. He asked me and Jenna a few additional questions, and used this material for a piece he published recently on THE.

Working with Literatures #phdknowhow
Patter

It's the time of year when many doctoral researchers are either just starting their Ph.D.s, or starting to write their texts. Here are some things to remember when approaching the task of working with literatures.

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Writing and Routine
Patter (commentary)

This week, I'm feeling particularly impressed by the Nottingham novelist, the late Stanley Middleton. When I mention his name outside of the city, people generally say "Who?"

Alternatives to the Academic Essay
Insider Higher Ed (commentary)

Last month (oh, hello beginning of the semester) a colleague on Twitter asked the provocative question, what if the academic journal article disappeared completely as a genre? What would happen?

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