IDS’ Publishing and Research Data Manager, Alison Norwood, shares the pace of academic publishing and reflects on how being nimble and adaptable to change can benefit both authors and readers alike.
This year sees the IDS Bulletin celebrating 50 years in publication, the last two of these as gold open access. At this time it seems appropriate to reflect on how going open access has changed the journal so far, and what future directions might be.
The Knowledge, Impact and Policy (KIP) team leads and supports programme and project knowledge mobilisation, policy analysis and research uptake and communications. This creative and experienced team seeks to work in collaboration with internal and external partners from the...
As part of its 50th anniversary celebrations, IDS ran a short story competition open to staff, students, alumni and organisational partners with a story to tell about development.