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The COVID-19 pandemic has forced a dramatic and thorough rethinking of in-person events, including academic conferences. So given that the alternative of virtual conferences look set to stay, how can these be refined to deliver the best and most accessible experience?…
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Research takes time AND money. We rarely have enough of either commodity, so our article looks at ways to find funds, cut costs and invest in a more financially resilient future….
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Remote working, asynchronous timetables, a reduction in presenteeism – developments that disabled academics have spent years calling for have been swiftly and widely adopted in the light of the pandemic….
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Academic conferences can be physically and mentally demanding events, and the added stress of packing the wrong clothing or forgetting a charger is something that can be easily avoided with a bit of preparation. So if you are the kind of person who that tends to pack at the last minute and leave newly printed business cards on the table, here are 16 handy tips that will make preparing for academic conferences much easier!…
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Higher education is now one of the most casualised sectors in the UK, according to the University and College Union (UCU). In France, a third of academic staff are employed on short term contracts….
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There is a crucial difference between the pursuit of excellence and perfectionism. One leads to the deepening of human knowledge, the other to self-sabotaging, destructive patterns of thinking and behaviour for an individual. …

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