A new study from the Journal of Global Entrepreneurship Research shows that microcredit programs in Malaysia work.
Monthly Archives: September 2015
In all the sound and fury over the teaching of evolution in the United States, teacher professional development has been ignored. Until now.
As cell phone use has ballooned over the last several decades, so has an enormous data set of call data records (CDRs) which record (anonymously) our calls and texts, including not only with whom we communicated, but also when, and where. A new review titled “A survey of results on mobile phone datasets analysis” by Vincent Blondel, Adeline Decuyper and Gautier Krings published in EPJ Data Science surveys the research done with this extensive and powerful data set.
I Open Access is here to showcase the individuals around the world who support the motivations behind the movement. “I Open Access” does just what the name suggests—it puts the “I” in open access.
(Opinion) (Written August 24, 2015) During this traditional late-summer (in the northern hemisphere, anyway) gap, I wanted to take some time and talk about my own experiences with open access “from the inside.” I “grew up” in traditional publishing—I even started out in book acquisitions for a large University press; and when I made the… Read more »
Springer Storytellers hosts events throughout the year where researchers get on stage and tell their true, personal stories in front of a live audience.