Wednesday, 20 July 2011

Capturing – and sharing – creativity

By Catherine Lyall

Generously described by reviewers as ‘an essential guide for researchers and research managers in how to do interdisciplinary projects and programmes’ and as a book that ‘marks an important turning point in the literature’, we are delighted to see our new book Interdisciplinary Research Journeys: Practical Strategies for Capturing Creativity in print.

And – significantly – Bloomsbury Academic’s creative approach to publishing makes it easier to share this creativity.  Their innovative approach to 21st century book production – which offers access to knowledge and learning to all by licensing their research content so that it is freely available online – will, we hope, ensure wide dissemination and uptake of this work.

A full-text version of this new book is available free online under a Creative Commons non-commercial licence.

Read the book on the Bloomsbury Academic webpage.

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