The importance of social media as part of the ‘impact agenda’ within Higher Education:

If scholars continue to have “small (vociferous) conversations amongst ourselves, in professional seminars and at conferences”, then they will soon “lose [their] place in the broader social dialogue”, says the blog, which is also published on the London School of Economics’ Impact of Social Sciences platform.

“If there is a ‘crisis’ in the humanities, it lies in how we have our public debates, rather than in their content.” The solution, the blog says, is “all around us”: sharing.

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