All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘academia’

JSTOR Opens Up Its Archive, Kinda Sorta

Anyone in academia or who has had a brush with academia knows about JSTOR, the nearly two-decades old digital library of academic journals. God knows this longtime student is quite familiar with it. It’s notoriously closed off and expensive for those in academia to access, but its launching a new program to try to fix that. A little. JSTOR is …

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Facebook Is Not Making You A Crappy Student

How many of you would agree with this statement: “The more time you spend on Facebook, the less time you’re going to spend studying.” I’m sure that a large majority of people would think that’s true – it’s rather intuitive. But according to a study by Lock Haven University professor Reynol Junco, that’s not the case at all. It seems …

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