Many reputable journals are costly and behind paywalls because, unlike some poor quality open access journals, one is paying for copy editing, indexing, and preservation. When you publish with a quality journal, you have a reasonable expectation that your article will be …
Category: Professional Reading
Navigating Challenges in Qualitative Educational Research, from Routledge by Todd Ruecker and Vanessa Svihla, discusses how education researchers navigate the qualitative research process, along with a myriad of decision points. This work offers students and other researchers insights on how to deal with research challenges.
A recent report by the AFT, A Decade of Neglect, outlines the effects of austerity agendas and disinvestment in public schools that has sparked a wave of teacher walkouts and shortages around the country. See also the video highlighting the main points of the report.
Research ethics expert, Mark Israel, discusses the ethics of self-plagiarism and asks, when it is it justifiable to re-purpose previously published social research in this article from the LSE Impact Blog. He concludes with a checklist of 5 points to consider before reproducing previously published social research. Image credit