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Professionals' Survey - An Update
The professionals' survey has been open since the 5th May, exactly eight weeks today. We have 100 full responses. I am blown away and hugely appreciative to those who have filled it out so far. Though most of the answers are tick boxes and sliding sc (More)
New Web of Science interface
All Web of Science users will be directed to More)
Findings from the Human Values Scale
Last week, the European Social Survey (ESS) launched a new report that includes analysis of data collected through the Schwartz human values scale. More)
LEaD Digital Education at City
Digital Education, the new name for the Educational Technology Team within LEaD Introducing LEaD Digital Education The LEaD Educational Technology Team have a new name! In light of the changes that have occurred over the past year and the increas (More)
5,429 academic publications based on ESS data
Preliminary analysis of Google Scholar indexing has established that almost 5,500 academic publications include substantial use of European Social Survey (ESS) data (2003-20). Bibliographic monitoring of English-language publications only - unde (More)
Round 10 COVID-19 questions finalised
The latest edition of the European Social Survey (ESS) will include a set of questions that can be fielded in participating countries to measure attitudes towards the Coronavirus pandemic. The More)
Learning Design Bootcamp
Last month saw the culmination of the Learning Design Bootcamp I have been involved with and it has been an interesting experience to see how the teams have progressed through the bootcamp. (More)
Library workshops and specialist support
Did you know you can attend Library workshops to support your studies and research? Or, that you can book an appointment with a Subject Librarian for expert help? Our workshops are designed to help you develop effective research skills and get (More)
Tips for researching Arts and Social Sciences at City
Welcome to all new and returning doctoral students at City. The best way to access all of our resources is from the library website.   The main library for the School of Arts and Social Sciences (SA (More)
Is It Time To Ban Laptops In Meeting Rooms? Part of a Bigger Picture
A recent article from software developer Trello, suggests that from learning space to conference hall, the bottom line is that there is a difference between multitasking and “task switching.” The distractible mind...a few thoughts from Clerkenwell De (More)
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