Posts by Ravi Murugesan

Miles to go for Scholarly Commons to become a global academic norm

Miles to go for Scholarly Commons to become a global academic norm

In part one of this series, INASP Associate Ravi Murugesan reflected on the development of a Scholarly Commons and the need to consider how the guiding principles can involve, and be relevant to, researchers in the Global South.

Miles to go for Scholarly Commons to become a global academic norm

Miles to go for Scholarly Commons to become a global academic norm

This post is the first of a two-part series. In this first part, INASP Associate Ravi Murugesan describes his participation...

Three encounters with medical journal editors

Three encounters with medical journal editors

In July I was invited to give a talk at a medical writing workshop in Bangalore organized by The BMJ....

Chemistry researchers attend a participatory INASP research writing workshop

Chemistry researchers attend a participatory INASP research writing workshop

Last month I had the pleasure of facilitating an AuthorAID research writing workshop in Nairobi jointly organized by INASP and...

AuthorAID researchers begin to take up Research Square’s free editing offer

AuthorAID researchers begin to take up Research Square’s free editing offer

Ravi Murugesan provides an update on the free editing offer available to some developing country researchers in the AuthorAID community...

How to target a journal that’s right for your research

How to target a journal that’s right for your research

(The article below was originally published on SciDev.Net on 15 December 2014.) Hitting a target is not easy, and neither...

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