Turn your notes into writing using the Cornell method

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.

Dear Thesis Whisperer, I’ve got Stockholm Syndrome

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

New Thesis Whisperer Newsletters

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