It has already been five years since Large-Scale-Assessments in Education first published with Springer. Today, we would like to celebrate this wonderful occasion together with all of you. In doing so, we are sharing some milestones to recapitulate and celebrate the past five years. And of course, we would like to thank everyone who has made contributions to this journal!
Monthly Archives: July 2018
Research published today in Comparative Migration Studies documents the daily lives and struggles of pregnant migrants at EU borders, an under-examined and under-communicated topic. Here the authors share the challenges and dangers pregnant migrants face, uncovered in their year-long investigation. They also share personal accounts from the women themselves.
Nowadays, and especially in big cities, litter is everywhere. We often don’t even notice it anymore. However, if we started noticing it again, and started putting it into a database, what could that data tell us about a certain area and the kind of litter that can be found there? Would there be only benefits, or are there any risks associated with that kind of citizen science? Seán Lynch elaborates on these questions in his new study on Litter Mapping, published in Open Geospatial Data, Software and Standards.
This blog post was written by Stephan Lewandowsky and has been crossposted from the Psychonomic Society blog. About 20 years ago a conference on working memory was held in Quebec City, Canada. One of the eminent visitors from the UK had to return home early. He successfully navigated to the Quebec City airport, flew to Toronto… Read more »