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November 27th, 2014

How do you use LSE Review of Books? Tell us and win £100 worth of books

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Estimated reading time: 5 minutes

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November 27th, 2014

How do you use LSE Review of Books? Tell us and win £100 worth of books

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Estimated reading time: 5 minutes

PicMonkey Collage lse reviewEvery month over 40,000 readers use LSE Review of Books to find out about the latest social science books. As the community of readers and reviewers from universities all around the world continues to grow, we’d love to get a clearer picture of some of the individual stories about how you use the site.

Thanks to your generosity we already know about some of these stories: lecturers using book reviews in university reading lists, students listening to our podcasts and finding out about new research in their area, and professors setting their students the task of writing a review for us.

We’d love to gather up as many of these stories as possible and share these with the rest of our readers and supporters. If you have just one minute to share a tweet or an email about how you’ve used content on the site then please let us know – and in return we’ll enter you into a draw to win £100 worth of books!

The easiest ways to get in touch:

Email us at lsereviewofbooks@lse.ac.uk

Tweet us at @lsereviewbooks

 

 

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