How Does Blogging Impact Scholarly Publishing? Part 2 image

In our previous blog, we explained how blogging is impacting scholarly publishing. From increased visibility to spreading ideas, blogging has a vital effect on academic publishers. We further impact the influence of blogging on academia. Enhancing Scholarly Collaboration One of the most effective uses for blogging is that it facilitates scholarly collaboration. Blogging facilitates the process of promoting research, collaborative writing, and social networking for academic scholars. Advances in web technologies have increased outreach for blogs and have enabled the technical procedures for researchers to collaborate. By improving scholarly collaboration, blogging benefits the industry as a whole. Frederick Stutzman, a technology researcher, argues that blog are not that different from other communication tools. He explained that blogs are just a ...

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We are all familiar with blogging. While some of us blog about our thoughts and personal experiences, others use blogging to stay engaged with their specific interests. However, many overlook the importance of blogging for academia. Geeta Dayal, a reporter for Village Voice, questioned, “Imagine if the great thinkers of the past could have blogged, bouncing ideas off each other in rapid-fire debates across borders? Would it have led to an intellectual utopia or total chaos?” Despite many skeptics questioning its authenticity or proponents praising its audience reach, blogging has a strong impact on academic publishing. Proliferation of New Thoughts and Ideas There are many reasons for academic publishers to blog. However, the excitement and engagement of spreading new, unfiltered ...

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