In recent years, a rich vein of criticism has emerged concerning the speeding up of higher education and the possible virtues of slow scholarship as a response to this. We’re very pleased to now share podcasts from the Accelerated Academy conference organised by Mark Carrigan and Filip Vostal itself: Originally posted 5th February 2016.
By Filip Vostal Several accounts – relying on different assumptions and often rigorous methodologies – recently put forth the claim that scientific outputs are growing exponentially. This tendency has been documented in economics, which generates a new journal article every 25 minutes. In the natural, medical and health sciences, global scientific output doubles every 9 years […]