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Conferences, course readers and citations. Challenging the Politics of Knowledge

Column
Ana Deumert
28/06/2018
4 minutes to read

In this column, Ana Deumert reflects on the politics of knowledge that shape research and teaching. She argues that in order to realize sociolinguistics as a truly international and inclusive discipline, we need to change our citation practices. 

Diggit Magazine wins Teaching Innovation Award 2017: Interview with Ico Maly

Article
The Editors
29/09/2017
2 minutes to read

Yesterday, during the Education Bazaar at Tilburg University, Ico Maly received the annual award for Best Teaching Innovation for his work on Diggit. We caught an overjoyed Maly and were able to ask him some questions.

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The end of Academia.edu: how business takes over, again

Column
Ico Maly
22/02/2018
3 minutes to read

Academia.edu used to be a refreshing and very useful platform for academics and students all over the world. That has ended with academia.edu introducing  the ‘paid search’, says Ico Maly (Tilburg University).  

Academic publishing and money

Article
Jan Blommaert
10/10/2016
4 minutes to read

We usually forget the real production price of academic work in Open Access discussions.