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ReviewerCredits Oct 16
FREE WEBINAR “Learning as a transferable skill for young ” This webinar, by Dr Gareth Dyke, will help -s to assess the work of others critically in a positive and meaningful way. Register for free:
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Hugh Kearns Oct 14
A useful guide (free) from NUIGalway on the PhD Viva. With a list of 49 typically asked questions.
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Write That PhD Oct 12
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Hugh Kearns Oct 14
: Good blog on how to design an award-winning conference poster.
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Chilumba K. Bwalya 32m
Working fulltime on 3 business Plus students life. Sometimes can be the most unreasonable undertaking ever. You feel uninspired,on other days you feel like a rocket 🚀! What yal PhD candidates doing to stay afloat? 🤓
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Write That PhD Oct 16
Struggling with your research writing? 7 common challenges & their solutions by &
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Academic Research Services - Book My PhD Editor Oct 18
PhD journey doesn't come to an end for many after submission of / to the university. Viva voce comes next. Read through this article to best defend your thesis during this oral examination.
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Research Tales 6h
Here's some useful advice for all those developing/adapting projects and data collection 💻📱✍️
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Dr Claire Palmer Oct 16
Thread: This week I finally passed my PhD. It has been a long journey, especially after being told at my viva that I needed to revise and resubmit my thesis. This meant I had to do an extra year of (unfunded) work on it.
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C. R. Grimmer Oct 15
: long shot question. Do you hyperlink in cover letters for jobs to any publicly archived work you have?
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Hugh Kearns 19h
31. The Tim Tam approach In research there will always be setbacks. The real problem with setbacks is that they often derail you. You feel bad and lose momentum. From: 52 Ways to Stay Well.
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Professional Doctorate Society Oct 17
Professional Doctorate and PhD students will be telling stories on how they are getting through their thesis at this online symposium on Oct. 30th👩🏽‍🎓💻🗣 Register 🆓️:
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Research Tales Oct 17
and social sciences This📜advocates for "critical social media data analytics combined with traditional, methods to address the developing ‘data gold rush’" 🪙🪙
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Academic Research Services - Book My PhD Editor 6h
Are you about to embark on your journey sometime soon? Are you feeling clueless as to what you will be doing over the first couple of days at your ? Well, read on to set yourself up for success.
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Nathan Oct 18
Had a productive afternoon. Read and made notes on 2 more articles.🤓 Now in a position to attack next part of Lit Review🧐 Articles have also made me rethink elements of positionality 🤔
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Hugh Kearns Oct 12
: Lots of free resources for researchers to help you plan and organise yourself and your research. Planning templates, lists and tools.
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The PhD Proofreaders Oct 15
If you aim for 100% productive during your you’ll burn out. Sometimes the best thing to do is absolutely nothing.  __ Read more and subscribe at:
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PhD Forum Oct 16
If you're thinking of using our study room but not sure who might be there, our lovely community has started a directory. Take a peek as the list grows and add yourself if you wish.
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Theresa Schnettler Oct 18
„Write a paper that could either be published in a top-tier journal or in the modern love column“ What’s the weirdest advice you ever got when it comes to writing?
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Hugh Kearns Oct 15
The closest we ever get to perfection is writing our cv. We put in all the achievements and we leave out the yucky bits. This makes it look like nobody has ever failed. Just a series of successes. Yet in reality everyone has setbacks, rejections and failures.
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