I think it’s a crying shame … But you can’t make a career for yourself in a modern university doing good stuff. Almost all over the world you have to focus on a very narrow area; you have to prove your credentials by being cited in scholarly journals, which is not a proper marker of anything other than the respect of your peers from a narrow circle. It’s a massive wasted opportunity and it does get me annoyed.
- Databases with Scholarly Journal Articles (uofllibraries.wordpress.com)
- Crowdsourcing the Analysis and Impact of Scholarly Tweets (biomed20.ucsf.edu)
- Scholarly Editing and E-Books (mzynel.wordpress.com)
- Creating Geniuses: In Malaysia? (dinmerican.wordpress.com)
- Success Strategy for Students: How to Make Sense of Scholarly Research Articles (drsaraheaton.wordpress.com)
- A temple to atheism, for crying out loud (whyevolutionistrue.wordpress.com)
- “Decoupling the scholarly journal” by Priem and Hemminger (mbanks.typepad.com)