- 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.
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- Selecting a Research Design that Aligns with Your Research Question
April 16, 2014
This webinar offers a crash course in understanding research methods and how to align them with your topic and research question.
- Finding Your Topic: Setting Out on Your Dissertation Journey
March 24, 2014
Finding a topic that you are passionate about will sustain you as you traverse the various obstacles that lie ahead on your dissertation journey.
Our Writing Experts help you formulate and communicate your ideas and master the craft of academic writing and research.Learn More
- VI. Composing a Compelling Cover Letter
Mar 03, 2014 by Amy Benson Brown
To make your case, describe the main idea and one or two additional points that show why your article fits this journal's mission and audience.
- V. Co-authoring: Understanding the Roles and Responsibilities of Contributing Authors
Feb 24, 2014 by Amy Benson Brown
Early conversations among co-authors should establish the order of authorship, as well as the role and responsibilites of each author.
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- XII. Academic Blogging: What’s Stopping You?
Dec 12, 2013 by Lee Skallerup Bessette
You may have concerns about copyright infringement of your ideas, being refused by traditional publications, or thinking that blogging doesn't count towards hiring, tenure, and promotion.
- XI. Academic Blogging: Building an Audience
Dec 05, 2013 by Lee Skallerup Bessette
How is your audience going to find your academic blog? This post includes tips on getting people to your blog.
- Hunks, Chunks, and Bites (Or How to Eat an Elephant): Managing Your Small and Large Projects
June 4, 2014
This webinar offers structures and strategies for conceptualizing and completing your unfinished projects.
- Academic Branding: Improving Your Visibility, Network, and Career Opportunities
April 23, 2014
Academic branding puts you in the driver's seat, allowing you to tell the story you want to tell about yourself, your scholarship, and your leadership.
- The Performance of Academia: Overcoming Self-Limiting Beliefs to Build Your Academic Presence
March 13, 2014
Do you ever feel like an academic "imposter" or have negative thoughts about your capabilities? This webinar will help you rethink how you present yourself.