Tag Archives: Writing

How to write the perfect and compelling research proposal by Fariba Bannerman

Research…is an ancient and ubiquitous activity. Curiosity about others and the worlds in which they live has always been displayed through conversation, asking questions, working together to see what happens after different kinds of actions are performed, talking or gossiping … Continue reading

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CPD and all that by Matt Holland

Two weeks into a MOOC on Recommender Systems (see the next LIHNNK UP, Land of Geek column) and I realise the college level algebra required to complete the assignments was far beyond that required for CSE maths. For younger readers, … Continue reading

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Need a new year’s resolution – contribute to the Clinical Librarians Blog in 2016 … by Matt Holland

Want to contribute to the Clinical Librarians Blog?  Why not write a piece in 2016. During 2015 the blog received a respectable 6400 plus views from an audience of health care librarians (we assume) in the UK, Australia, USA, Canada … Continue reading

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