Fellow scholars, I'm looking for a way/journal/portal to publish methodological details and results from a structured literature search (not a fully qualified literature review) - open access is a must, open peer review would be nice. Topic is biomedical / medical /health informatics with a focus on laboratory systems. Any ideas or recommendations? #question #academia
Mental health, academia, journal article
I was all over this yesterday. I think I will try to do something similar with regard to Japan, particularly non-Japanese teaching staff (due to an off-the-cuff remark about sojourning EFL teachers in uni work here and ADHD). Disclosure of Mental Disability by College and University Faculty: The Negotiation of Accommodations, Supports, and Barriers | Price | Disability Studies Quarterly
I get reviews back from an editor today, or probably nighttime my time. The one that had my paper for 2 years. Hoping for minor revisions or even none (dream on, #ADHD head).
A really interesting post on how we communicate with others online for professional purposes, by @lauraritchie How do you do that online thing? Make sure to watch the video. It's very interesting, IMO.
A new post on my blog: Beyond Utility in Task-Based Language Teaching, now we got a few more language teachers in here.
#introduction Hey, there! It's nice to meet you all. I am a linguist who runs a university Japanese Program.
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