The Review of Literature: Finding Your Way Out of the Literature Fog
March 11, 2015
In this webinar you will learn how to begin the literature review, organize your materials, decide when you've read enough, and synthesize the research.
Our Dissertation Doctors provide focus, structure and support during your dissertation journey and help you achieve your academic goals. Learn More
- VI. The Importance of Following Guidelines for Citing and Documenting Sources
Sep 29, 2013 by Dr Sally
In this blog you will learn the importance of citing correctly and following the documentation guidelines used in your discipline to establish your authority in the academic discourse.
- V. Presenting the Work of Others: When to Paraphrase and When to Quote
Sep 18, 2013 by Dr Sally
In this blog, you will learn when to quote directly from a source and when to paraphrase the quotation or idea.
Our Writing Experts help you formulate and communicate your ideas and master the craft of academic writing and research.Learn More
- X. Using APA Style in Academic Writing: Avoiding Biased Language
Feb 26, 2015 by Jeff Hume-Pratuch
How can you avoid bias when writing about issues of gender, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, disability or age?
- IX. Using APA Style in Academic Writing: Verb Tense, Voice, and Mood
Feb 19, 2015 by Jeff Hume-Pratuch
Writers often wonder when to use past or present tense and when to use active or passive voice.
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Developing an Academic Support Network
March 26, 2015
Have you found an academic team that will support you on your academic journey? Learn the importance of an academic support network and strategies to create one.
Designing Your Online Presence to Communicate Your Academic Brand
April 23, 2015
This webinar will introduce you to the most popular online platforms and tools and help you decide which ones to use to promote yourself and your academic work.
An Introduction to Academic Blogging
May 14, 2015
Find out how to start your own academic blog to share your research-in-progress and develop your online academic presence.
Developing an Academic Professional Network on Twitter: Networking in 140 Characters or Less
June 11, 2015
Twitter can be a powerful professional networking tool for academics. Learn how you can use Twitter to your professional advantage.
- VII. An Academic, Job Searching: Reflecting on the Process and the Outcome
Jan 08, 2015 by Lee Skallerup Bessette
My coach helped me articulate my brand and convey it throughout all of my communications, be it a job letter, my blog, or other forms of engagement.
- VI. An Academic, Job Searching: Dealing With Setbacks
Jan 01, 2015 by Lee Skallerup Bessette
Being on the job market, I've had to deal with some serious setbacks. My coach taught me how to bounce back.