How we have been productive when Coronavirus locked us out of University

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Abstract

In the Covid-19 pandemic era researchers and academics worldwide have experienced an unprecedented phenomenon. In this context of uncertainty and instability, academia was not spared the consequences of the new Coronavirus that locked everybody out of university. However, research and academic productivity during these unprecedented times may not have adversely affected projects, students, and their supervisors. Building on the authors’ personal experience this paper highlights some positive impacts of pursuing a PhD during a pandemic, focusing the reflection along two lines: 1) that work during social isolation may be better than ever; and 2) how open science has been crucial in this coronavirus era.

Section
Reflections
Published
Dec 4, 2020

How to Cite

Micaela Nascimento, A., & Ferrinho Lopes, H. (2020). How we have been productive when Coronavirus locked us out of University. Fennia - International Journal of Geography, 198(1-2), 243–246. https://doi.org/10.11143/fennia.99190