Despite the frequent isolation of academic work, it is done in the context of complex, multi-layered global, national, regional and local teaching or research networks. Having good networks is key to achieving what you want in academia. This book describes the kinds of networks that you might build across a range of settings, talks about the pros and cons involved and gives practical guidance on networking activities.

Thinking through Networks

In this chapter we help you think through three of the more complex issues that arise in relation to networking. You need to address working ethically, who owns the fruits of networked labour and, finally, planning your own networking. These topics are linked in the sense that if you don't pay ...

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