Bite: Recipes for Remarkable Research

Bite Recipes for Remarkable Research BITE Recipes for remarkable research is an edited field book capturing the research learning and experiences of an international network of scholars studying effective and creative research environme

  • Title: Bite: Recipes for Remarkable Research
  • Author: Alison Williams Derek Jones Judy Robertson
  • ISBN: 9789462095830
  • Page: 105
  • Format: Hardcover
  • BITE Recipes for remarkable research is an edited field book capturing the research, learning and experiences of an international network of scholars studying effective and creative research environments The book encapsulates what it is that enables remarkable research, and offers, as Professor Lizbeth Goodman says, practical, evidence based instantiations of ideas and iBITE Recipes for remarkable research is an edited field book capturing the research, learning and experiences of an international network of scholars studying effective and creative research environments The book encapsulates what it is that enables remarkable research, and offers, as Professor Lizbeth Goodman says, practical, evidence based instantiations of ideas and innovations as well as theoretical knowledge It is set out as a recipe book, with supporting academic papers and case studies The recipes present research and advice from a wide range of subject areas in an instantly recognisable format Each recipe enables the reader to take practical steps to understand and develop their own research at all levels, from personal solo work and group collaborations, to an institutional and architectural dimension Whether you are a PhD student, early career researcher, professor or decision maker, these recipes, case studies and papers invite you to consider research habits, approaches and environments in interesting and different ways.

    One thought on “Bite: Recipes for Remarkable Research”

    1. From the preface, it seemed like this book might have a bit of potential, but by and large this is just an accumulation of the most generic advice I've ever heard. If you're tired, take a break! Expose yourself to new ideas! I do applaud the authors efforts to attempt a book of this subject, but I can't recommend it.

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