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    Editor’s Column: How to Write a Book Review: Reviewing an Edited Collection

Editor’s Column: How to Write a Book Review: Reviewing an Edited Collection

Reviewing an edited collection can seem a daunting task, presenting different challenges to a review of a monograph. In […]

Announcement: Launch of LSE Review of Books Advisory Board

LSE Review of Books is delighted to announce the launch of our new Advisory Board!

LSE RB and our sister blog, Impact […]

Editor’s Column: Five ways libraries are using Instagram

Alongside universities, libraries and librarians are now using social media platforms to connect with users in a range of […]

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    Editor’s Column: Five ways universities are using Instagram

Editor’s Column: Five ways universities are using Instagram

Be it through regular Facebook updates or tweets about campus news, universities are now turning to social media to […]

Which books inspired your academic career? Call for contributors

Which books and authors first inspired you to become an academic? That’s the question we ask social scientists across the […]

September 29th, 2013|Editor's Column|0 Comments|

Editor’s Column: Using Pinterest to create university reading lists: a step by step guide

Students and academics are preparing for the excitement of the new term and publishers everywhere are looking to attract […]

Editor’s Column: 5 ways to increase the readership of your book review (and get it seen by the right people)

After weeks of careful note-taking, contemplation through the early hours, and a spot of precision editing, seeing your book review […]

Editor’s Column: how do we encourage diversity in academic calls for contributors?

A recent call for new LSE Review of Books contributors seemed to appeal mostly to groups already over-represented in […]

Editor’s Column: How to write a book review: writing introductions

The words that launch a book review can often be the hardest to write, but there are many structural devices […]

Editor’s Column: The Simple Guide to Academic Podcasting: Post-Production and Audio Platforms

In her final post on academic podcasting, Digital Editor Cheryl Brumley talks about post-production and beyond. She gives tips […]

Editor’s Column: The Simple Guide to Academic Podcasting: Microphones and Recorders

In the second of a three-part series of Editor’s Columns on academic podcasting, Digital Editor Cheryl Brumley explores the […]

Editor’s Column: The Simple Guide to Academic Podcasting: Know Your Audience and Your Schedule

Podcasts are rapidly becoming a regular feature of online research dissemination and university brand-building, so why do only a […]

Editor’s Column: Using Google Hangouts for Higher Education blogs and workshops

Much has been written about the ways that Twitter and Facebook can be used by academics and research groups as […]

January 27th, 2013|Editor's Column|2 Comments|

Editor’s Column: Achieving a gender balance in contributors is not so hard: tips for editors and journalists

In some areas of online academic discussion and public debate, the under-representation of female voices continues to cause concern. […]

January 20th, 2013|Editor's Column|3 Comments|
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