Dorothy Bishop: A gentle introduction to Twitter for the apprehensive academic
Twitter is a valuable resource for academics. If you’re allowing inaccurate stereotypes to deter you, you’re missing out.
Dorothy Bishop: Why Blog?
For an academic who is used to writing peer-reviewed articles for journals, it is liberating to be able to say what you think without having to accommodate the views of reviewers or editors.
The Chronicle of Higher Education: Kathleen Fitzpatrick is Transforming Scholarly Societies
A blog post changed Kathleen Fitzpatrick's professional life. Now she's helping to infuse the spirit of blogging into scholarly societies and shaking up academic publishing in the process.
TechCrunch: The Future of Peer Review
Both search engines and social platforms are peer review systems in different ways. One can think of these two systems as “Crowd Review” and “Social Review” respectively.