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The relationships between publicly funded culture and the creative industries are often assumed to be clear and straightforward. In some cases this is true, but there are more complex factors at work. The creative industries are poorly understood in policy, partly because they often do...
Uncertainty about sustainable business models for widely adopted core textbooks was a key barrier in terms of enabling libraries to participate in e‐textbook provision to the degree that they would like.
In order to develop business models that take account of the current co-existence...
This collection of essays, sourced from the education and research community, present varying views to the working and interpretations of the UK’s intellectual property laws.
This report results from a study of eight international projects that have uncovered previously unimagined correlations between social and historical phenomena through computational analysis of large, complex data sets.
How many lifetimes? This question often arose when the authors of this report pondered the...
This paper covers the field of information and communication technology (ICT) as well as e-learning in higher education; and explicates how a change from the traditional teaching methods to a modified digital schooling might benefit the learning outcome for students. During the spring semester of...
There are sound moral, ethical and financial arguments that publicly-funded researchers should use their training and activities for the good of society. However, are governments’ attempts to measure whether researchers working for the good—having an ‘impact’—so well-founded? Narrow, simplistic concepts of academic and external impact...