Whilst for many Wikipedia has become an everyday tool for harvesting quick and easy knowledge, educational institutions continue to dissuade students against its use. In this interview Marte Blikstad-Balas tells us about her research, published last year in the Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research, on Wikipedia use in schools. So Marte, what sparked your interest… Read more »
We would like to thank the editors of the International Journal of Health Promotion and Education and the Taylor & Francis Group for honoring us with the Pittu Laungani award. The awarded paper reports a four-year evaluation of Sports Day In Canada (SDIC) – an event that celebrates the role of sport within communities across… Read more »
In August, Taylor & Francis announced a new trial with Peerage of Science, a free service which facilitates a streamlined peer review process for authors. The thirty Taylor & Francis journals included in the trial are now benefiting from the enhanced services Peerage of Science offers. So as an author, should you be considering Peerage of… Read more »
It’s Peer Review Week, a global event which honors the fundamental role peer review plays in helping to ensure published research is accurate, trustworthy, and meets the highest possible standards within a given field. Behind the scenes With this year’s theme of ‘recognition for review’ exploring all aspects of those participating in review activity, we wanted to… Read more »
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