Community Guidelines

The npj Science of Learning Community is for the sharing of expert advice and opinion on the science of learning. Please take a moment to read our guidelines for Contributors and Members, to help you get the most from your time here.

For Contributors

Contributors are invited to participate by the npj Science of Learning Community editorial team. However, we are also interested in hearing from others who would like to share their knowledge and collaborate with researchers in the education, neuroscience, and psychology spheres on a regular basis. If that sounds like you, please contact us.

Contributors can contribute freely within the npj Science of Learning Community in the following ways:

  • Creating posts
  • Creating and uploading videos
  • Uploading documents and slide decks
  • Publishing posts, videos, documents, and slide decks to Channels and profile pages
  • Initiating and participating in video panel discussions
  • Answering questions from fellow Community participants, as well as asking their own questions
  • Commenting on content
  • Upvoting content
  • Sharing content via social media
  • Following fellow Contributors
  • Directly messaging other Community participants

The npj Science of Learning Community is for the open sharing of knowledge. We do however ask that Contributors adhere to our Community Policy and Website Terms of Use.

For Members

Anyone with an interest in the science behind learning can join the npj Science of Learning Community as a Member.

Members can engage directly with Contributors and each other, by:

  • Asking questions
  • Commenting on content
  • Upvoting content
  • Sharing content via social media
  • Following Contributors, to be alerted to their latest content
  • Publishing posts to your profile page, to showcase your experience and share your research and opinions
  • Directly messaging Contributors and other Members

The npj Science of Learning Community is for YOU. Use it to share, learn, collaborate and build your network to progress your research. However, we do ask that Members adhere to our Community Policy and Website Terms of Use.