How data sharing can advance your academic career

Academic institutions encourage early career researchers like graduate students and postdocs to share their research findings by publishing articles in scholarly journals and presenting them at departmental meetings, lectures and conferences. They also recommend sharing findings with popular media (online and offline) and connect with other academics via social media and digital platforms.

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What is peer review?

Peer review is a process to evaluate articles sent to academic publications. It generally applies to scholarly journals, but it is possible for a book to be peer reviewed, for instance if it is submitted to a university press. The manuscript will be sent to two or three independent referees, who will review it.

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Coronalogy: Multidisciplinary Academic Analysis in Perspective of Covid-19. Edited by: Sefer Darıcı and Ayşe Meriç Yazıcı

The COVID-19 pandemic has made people face a crisis that remodelled all our life habits, changed economies and business models and has brought these changes into another phase. In the book presented below, experts in their field try to answer some of the questions regarding the future.