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Just in case you were getting bored by the Christmas holidays, my December Newsletter is out. In it there are links on writing conclusions, academics behaving badly, information contagion, and teaching like a pirate - amongst other things. All the links were sourced via Twitter over the last month.
When I asked on Twitter what people were buying their PhD supervisor I was surprised by the range of different responses...
This post is by Dr Katherine Firth who works in Academic Skills at the University of Melbourne, with a particular interest in research student literacies. Basically, Katherine is a Thesis Whisperer, like me. Unlike me, Katherine is still an active researcher in her field of 20th-century poetry. Over coffee Katherine told me about the 'Cornell Method' and kindly agreed to write a post. I found it enlightening, I hope you do too.
This piece was written by Ben from the Literature Review HQ. Ben describes his blog as a “Literature review how to – from beginning to end”. In this post Ben reflects on his own PhD journey now he has some distance from it. You can find a permanent link to the Lit Review HQ on … Continue reading Dear Thesis Whisperer, I’ve got Stockholm Syndrome
Hello! You are probably not used to hearing from me on the weekend, but I thought I would let you know I have started a new monthly newsletter to capture some of the great links I find on Twitter. Think of this as my version of the Saturday paper, except you know - not as … Continue reading New Thesis Whisperer Newsletters