A year since first release, The Thought Broadcast has discussed the Scholarly Project in detail. The aim of demystifying this learning goal has been perused, and perhaps achieved. This round table discussion revisits the lessons learned from our previous episodes on the Scholarly Project. Serving both as summary for regular listeners and an introduction for new ones. Leading the conversation is Trainee Editor Oliver Robertson, who is joined by Associate Trainee Editors Michael Weightman and Bryan Bui, along with Deputy Editor Andrew Amos.
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