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Thanks all - If I've not followed you back it's because I can't see all likes on the list, reply and let me know if that's the case so that I can see who you are :)
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Amanda McDonald Ramsay 5m
Thanks for the follow - Academic Chatter helps connect with fellow PhD students/ECRs. Use or to be shared. Currently un by &
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Shinead Borkovic 10m
Hoping someone might be able to shed some💡- can a phenomenographic methodology be applied to second hand data (text documents)? Or can it only be applied to interviews? Thanks in advance 👩‍💻👍🏼
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Rose Smith 21m
I miss having real unadulterated free time.
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Khyati Tripathi 31m
Is it safe to use Grammarly to proofread? I am a little concerned. What do you think?
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Clare Burke 37m
Yep, I've submitted things actual years ago that are still not published. Ironically my career success depends on publication with funding not accepting submitted/in press. System is broken relying on overloaded people to write, review, edit etc.
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Alicia M. Walker, PhD 🌊 47m
"Being oppressed means the absence of choices." -- bell hooks
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Maria 56m
Start where you are, use what you have, do what you can.
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Laura T Green 1h
On the final day of writing this essay, I am keeping the best advice from a fictional stripper from a sitcom in mind to keep the quality high.
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Brett Baxter 1h
Sunday morning statistics and I’ve ended up with negative ICC values
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Suraya Hazim 1h
Open houses during Eid are great and all, but have you ever experienced pure writing guilt gnawing at you for an entire week? (‘:
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Vicky Garnett 2h
As I continue the painstaking process of trawling through a sub-set of my data for the third time to make sure it’s 100% accurate, I realise that sometimes, just sometimes, I regret my life choices....
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Fran Pilkington-Cheney 2h
A day of finalising my draft paper, writing a conference abstract and (final!) study planning 😊💪🤓💻
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Kari Knisely 2h
I have about 10 spots to fill for a webinar Monday 6/17 7pm ET on using effectively. Message me on Twitter or email kdk17b@my.fsu.edu if you want a spot. I will remove this post or update it when the spots are filled.
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Denisa Vargová 2h
I agree, it gets overwhelming to sit down and just write for days or weeks in a row, but also lab work can feel like a routine after a while
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Sumaiya Rahman 3h
I write as I go. It helps clarify my thoughts and writing it down also feels more productive. Plus it’s a good change between analysis / writing - keeps things fresh.
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Dr Arpita Chakraborty 3h
Another point to keep in mind is it's a good idea to keep the last two three months for revision. You will need enough time to read through the entire thesis for typos, adding connectors, find the missing links, fill in references etc.
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Denisa Vargová 2h
I made an outline recently, and it helped me sort out the results and see the whole picture. Making a weekly timeline is a great suggestion, thank you! I have more than one yeah left now, a detailed planing could help me use the remining time efficiently
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Dr Arpita Chakraborty 3h
I had started writing my chapters in the second year, mostly rough drafts. I went back and edited them multiple times, but building up on the drafts was much easier. I also had a rough chapter outline, and weekly timeline made for the last one and a half yearr.
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Dr Arpita Chakraborty 2h
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Your tweet promoted me to post this thread. Hope it helps!
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