corona virus

Academic Publishing

Busier than Ever and Burned Out – New Research Reveals the Realities of Publishing in a Pandemic

In the spring, we conducted research which found that the pandemic was making academic authors busier and more stressed out than ever and that gender was an important factor. Six months on, have these pressures changed and if so how?

Academic Publishing

How COVID-19 Impacts Scholarly Authors: What We’ve Found Out So Far, What We’re Doing Next

Earlier this year, we found that the pandemic was hitting female researchers especially hard. Is this still the case? And what other factors besides gender might affect academic careers during Covid-19? We want to know!

Politics & Society

Early Career Researchers Stand to Lose the Most from Covid-19

COVID-19 impacts everyone in academia – faculty, administrators, students – but it could impact junior faculty members and their careers the most.

Politics & Society

Academic Cooperation is Vital to Weathering the Covid-19 Crisis

When the future is so uncertain, it’s only natural to retreat to what you know and do best. But it’s never been more important for academics to collaborate, cooperate and support each other to produce research that is both relevant and helpful to wider society.

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