Writing Academic Papers
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I know I am not the best writer in the world but I have managed to be productive and to get things finished, almost always on time. I have a tried and trusted method of writing that I always use. In response to suggestions on Twitter, I am happy to make the method known and available to anyone who does academic writing in the arts. You can download a Word document detailing the method here and let me know if you find it useful or can suggest any improvements.
Networking at conferences – breaking the ice, without being a sleazebag? | Conversations with AUSCCERLast week we posted on tips and tricks for presenting your work at conferences – especially for postgraduates and early-career researchers. Another benefit of conferences is networking. With conference season upon us, in AUSCCER discussion has turned to how to network at conferences – especially for postgraduate students and early-career researchers. We absorbed some terrific advice from the geography postgrads at Manchester University: I recommend reading their comprehensive list of suggestions. Another key dilemma we discussed is: how to make the most of networking at a conference, without coming across as an opportunistic sleazebag?
Mission Possible: The Study Skills Pack What is ' Mission Possible' all about? Why use this material? Many students, at some point in their study, find themselves apparently powerless to improve. They may get stuck in the same old problems. Their grades refuse to budge.