Ooooh, Vitamin D

Now I don’t know if this song is a real thing, or just something my mother used to sing to me as a child in the 1980s. But it would go ‘ooooh, Vitamin D, Vitamin D’. I assume it was

Ooooh, Vitamin D

Now I don’t know if this song is a real thing, or just something my mother used to sing to me as a child in the 1980s. But it would go ‘ooooh, Vitamin D, Vitamin D’. I assume it was

Via andrewinmelbourne http://www.reddit.com/r/funny/comments/2bhnkz/no_kidding/

Effective Signposting

I’ve often said in talking to candidates and students and researchers I work with, “You can’t over signpost”. But I’ve found that isn’t clear enough, and they come back with terrible writing that is boring and repetetive, but has lots

Via andrewinmelbourne http://www.reddit.com/r/funny/comments/2bhnkz/no_kidding/

Effective Signposting

I’ve often said in talking to candidates and students and researchers I work with, “You can’t over signpost”. But I’ve found that isn’t clear enough, and they come back with terrible writing that is boring and repetetive, but has lots

The Blossoming-Fledgling Researcher Recommends the Writing Cycle

Mickey over at The Blossoming-Fledgling Researcher blog shows her own annotation process for taking notes in books and reducing distractions. It looks fascinating. She also recommends The Different Stages of the Writing Process and Embodied Learning & its Productive Limitations here on Research Degree

The Blossoming-Fledgling Researcher Recommends the Writing Cycle

Mickey over at The Blossoming-Fledgling Researcher blog shows her own annotation process for taking notes in books and reducing distractions. It looks fascinating. She also recommends The Different Stages of the Writing Process and Embodied Learning & its Productive Limitations here on Research Degree

Hyper-Anxiety & Research Integrity 5: What can we do?

In August of last year, I gave a paper to the University of Melbourne’s Office of Research Ethics and Integrity research seminars, Tuesdays with OREI, on ‘Hyper-Anxiety about Research Integrity among library staff and RHD students’ that ended up doing two different things.

Hyper-Anxiety & Research Integrity 5: What can we do?

In August of last year, I gave a paper to the University of Melbourne’s Office of Research Ethics and Integrity research seminars, Tuesdays with OREI, on ‘Hyper-Anxiety about Research Integrity among library staff and RHD students’ that ended up doing two different things.

Moving on to Pastures New

After two and a half years at Academic Skills, where I started this blog to share some of the advice I was giving in indidual tutorials and workshops, I am moving on. From Monday, I’ll be returning to Trinity College,

Moving on to Pastures New

After two and a half years at Academic Skills, where I started this blog to share some of the advice I was giving in indidual tutorials and workshops, I am moving on. From Monday, I’ll be returning to Trinity College,

Hyper-Anxiety and Research Integrity 4: We’re doing it wrong

In August of last year, I gave a paper to the University of Melbourne’s Office of Research Ethics and Integrity research seminars, Tuesdays with OREI, on ‘Hyper-Anxiety about Research Integrity among library staff and RHD students’ that ended up doing two different things. These

Hyper-Anxiety and Research Integrity 4: We’re doing it wrong

In August of last year, I gave a paper to the University of Melbourne’s Office of Research Ethics and Integrity research seminars, Tuesdays with OREI, on ‘Hyper-Anxiety about Research Integrity among library staff and RHD students’ that ended up doing two different things. These

Danse_macabre_by_Michael_Wolgemut

The Thesis Whisperer blogs: Is your thesis doing the zombie shuffle?

Over at the always fantastic Thesis Whisper blog, Inger Mewburn is talking about bringing your zombie thesis to life. She recommends the Research Voodoo post on argument placeholders, among many other resources from some of the authors and bloggers I

Danse_macabre_by_Michael_Wolgemut

The Thesis Whisperer blogs: Is your thesis doing the zombie shuffle?

Over at the always fantastic Thesis Whisper blog, Inger Mewburn is talking about bringing your zombie thesis to life. She recommends the Research Voodoo post on argument placeholders, among many other resources from some of the authors and bloggers I