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Why do academics blog? An analysis of audiences, purposes and challenges
I Mewburn, P Thomson
Studies in Higher Education 38 (8), 1105-1119, 2013
Learning networks and the journey of ‘becoming doctor’
R Barnacle, I Mewburn
Studies in Higher education 35 (4), 433-444, 2010
Academic superheroes? A critical analysis of academic job descriptions
R Pitt, I Mewburn
Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management 38 (1), 88-101, 2016
Lost in translation: Reconsidering reflective practice and design studio pedagogy
I Mewburn
Arts and humanities in higher education 11 (4), 363-379, 2012
Troubling talk: Assembling the PhD candidate
I Mewburn
Studies in Continuing Education 33 (3), 321-332, 2011
Guerrillas in the [urban] midst: Developing and using creative research methods—Guerrilla research tactics
GA Caldwell, L Osborne, I Mewburn, P Crowther
Journal of Urban Technology 22 (3), 21-36, 2015
Academic assholes and the circle of niceness. Retrieved February 25, 2018
I Mewburn
Shut up & write
I Mewburn, L Osborne, G Caldwell
Writing Groups for Doctoral Education and Beyond, 218-232, 2014
The digital academic: Critical perspectives on digital technologies in higher education
D Lupton, I Mewburn, P Thomson
Routledge, 2017
Academic blogging is part of a complex online academic attention economy, leading to unprecedented readership.
I Mewburn, P Thomson
Impact of Social Sciences Blog, 2013
Experiencing the progress report: an analysis of gender and administration in doctoral candidature
I Mewburn, D Cuthbert, E Tokareva
Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management 36 (2), 155-171, 2014
Badge trouble: piloting open badges at the Australian National University
I Mewburn, K Freund, E Rutherford
Ascilite, 2014
‘These are issues that should not be raised in black and white’: the culture of progress reporting and the doctorate
I Mewburn, E Tokareva, D Cuthbert, J Sinclair, R Barnacle
Higher Education Research & Development 33 (3), 510-522, 2014
Academic blogging is part of a complex online academic attention economy, leading to unprecedented readership. Retrieved 13, December, 2013
I Mewburn, P Thomson
Why do academics blog
I Mewburn, P Thomson
An analysis of audiences, purposes, 2013
Thesis Whisperer
I Mewburn
I. Mewburn, 2010
Constructing bodies: gesture, speech and representation at work in architectural design studios
IB Mewburn
Shut up & write! Facilitating informal learning in doctoral education (with ‘no critiquing, exercises, lectures, ego, competition or feeling guilty’)
I Mewburn, L Osborne, GA Caldwell
Writing groups for doctoral education and beyond: Innovations in theory and …, 2013
Tracking trends in industry demand for Australia’s advanced research workforce
I Mewburn, H Suominen, W Grant
Report by the Centre for the Public Awareness of Science, Australian …, 2017
How to be an academic: The thesis whisperer reveals all
I Mewburn
NewSouth Publishing, 2017
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