University librarians are gearing up for library instruction, resource promotion, and more for the new semester. In this post, we share a few ideas for librarians wanting to incorporate scholarly blogs into new reference and instructional activities.
A comprehensive Author Profile offers web researchers the opportunity to explore your other avenues of content and scholarship, allowing those with an interest in your field the chance to find you & your work in the platforms they most often utilize.
When you subscribe to an RSS feed on ACI’s search results pages, incoming posts that match your search criteria will automatically be added to your RSS feed for that search, so you’ll get posts that are highly-targeted to your specific search in ACI.
ACI interviewed Dr. Betrand Malsch of Queen’s University and Sophie Tessier of HEC Montreal, whose recent research explores how university policy shifts involving research significance or faculty contribution rankings affect early-career researchers.
One of the trending topics in the ACI Scholarly Blog Index is educational technology. From the K-12 sector to universities, bloggers are covering a wide array of issues currently trending in edtech. Here is a roundup of recent ACI posts about edtech.
The ACI Scholarly Blog Index strives to integrate those organization & productivity tools that students and faculty are already using to organize their research. This post shows you how to export ACI selections into your Evernote resource collection.
Because various online identities of researchers are often threaded together, including professional identifiers greatly aid opportunities for discovery & collaboration. Here is an explanation of the various professional identifiers available in ACI.
In a F1000 Research editorial called ‘Single Figure Publications: Towards a novel alternative format for scholarly communication’, Long Do & William Mobley of the UC San Diego Department of Neuroscience present a new idea: single figure publications.
The ACI Scholarly Blog Index strives to integrate those organization & productivity tools that students and faculty are already using to organize their research. This post shows you how to export ACI selections into your Mendeley resource collection.
Pew Research Center recently released a new report entitled, “Americans, Politics and Science Issues”. The report focuses on the factors that impact the gap between scientists and the general public. This post explores some of these latest findings.