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Tell us about your research? Shelly Gottfried speaks to Miguel Otero-Iglesias

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Now in her third year at City University, Shelly Gottfried discusses the challenges of undertaking her PhD with Miguel Otero-Iglesias, Oxford Brookes University. She also offers her views on the immediate problems facing the EU in light of the Arab Spring.

Tell us about your research? Mark Field on the EU Commission’s Expert Groups

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Mark Field, University of Portsmouth, reflects on his experiences as a first PhD student, discussing the motivations behind his research into the European Commission’s expert groups, as well as the challenges it has raised.

Ideas on Europe – where next?

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We are thinking about the future for the platform and we need the help or our readers! We would very much appreciate if you could spare a few minutes and  complete our short survey here. The main questions of our evaluation are quite straightforward:  How can we improve ideasoneurope regarding content, design and technology? What […]

Academic(s) blogging

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A guest post by Jacob Christensen* in our series of blogging academics. Check out the rest of the series here and here.  If you are an academic (European studies, social science, humanities etc) with a blog and you would like to share your views about blogging and social media here –  please contact us via […]

Why Researchers Should Blog: Joining the Euroblogosphere

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Guest post by Anamaria Dutceac Segesten* “Publish or perish”: Academia has its own jungle law. To thrive (or even to survive, it feels like occasionally) one needs to produce texts and in this case I mean specifically texts as words (images, videos, audio presentations are not yet acceptable). Articles, book chapters, monographs, conference papers, working […]

Why use blogs in university teaching: A Socratic dialogue

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Guest post by Anamaria Dutceac Segesten* When I first told my undergraduate students that we will have a blog connected to the one of their first semester courses, they looked at me with incredulity. A blog? Why, a blog can have nothing to do with academia, right? Well, wrong, was my reply. I have written […]

New Ideas on Europe: How to use blogs for teaching

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Teaching is getting more important and EU scholars need to think how to adapt to a new generation of students that not only grew up with the internet but also tend to organise their lives using various social networks. However, it seems that many academics are slow to embrace social media as a teaching tool. […]

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