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Is blogging and tweeting about research papers worth it? | University of Oxford Podcasts - Audio and Video Lectures

Is blogging and tweeting about research papers worth it? | University of Oxford Podcasts - Audio and Video Lectures | Writing higher ed | Scoop.it
Does using social media have an impact on disseminating your research papers? Dr Melissa Terras, UCL, gives her experiences and opinions on this question through her own personal findings.
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30 tips for successful academic research and writing

30 tips for successful academic research and writing | Writing higher ed | Scoop.it
Next month I am running a workshop on academic publishing for early career academics. As part of preparing for the workshop I jotted down some ideas and tips to share with the group which I thought...
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Several Short Sentences About Writing

Several Short Sentences About Writing | Writing higher ed | Scoop.it
You can say smart, interesting, complicated things using short sentences. How long is a good idea?
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Tips for writing under pressure | Creative Agency Freelancing

Tips for writing under pressure | Creative Agency Freelancing | Writing higher ed | Scoop.it
Great research writing tips, under pressure!
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Digital Ethnography

The rise of digital technologies has the potential to open new directions in ethnography
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Announcing AcWriMo! » PhD2Published

Announcing AcWriMo! » PhD2Published | Writing higher ed | Scoop.it

AcWriMo encourages people to set (ambitious) public goals for writing or other academic work in the month of November, modeled after NaNoWriMo


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Using Skim with Scrivener for researching & writing your Thesis

Using Skim with Scrivener for researching & writing your Thesis | Writing higher ed | Scoop.it

A great post on some lesser known writing tools


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Writing: protocols for producing Indigenous Australian writing

Great resource for protocols on producing Indigenous writing
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Journal Submissions | Inside Higher Ed

Journal Submissions | Inside Higher Ed | Writing higher ed | Scoop.it

Understanding the logistics of writing for journal submission!

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New Leximancer software provides true sentiment

New Leximancer software provides true sentiment | Writing higher ed | Scoop.it
Qualitative data gathering tool. Great for research writing and 'concept' gathering.
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Understanding and Applying WordPress Shortcodes

Understanding and Applying WordPress Shortcodes | Writing higher ed | Scoop.it
One of the best features included with every installation of WordPress is also one of the most overlooked.
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Academic Writing Month and the social landscape of academic practice

Academic Writing Month and the social landscape of academic practice | Writing higher ed | Scoop.it
Public scholarship projects are a space to think out loud, build support networks and work collaboratively.
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7 Ways to Survive a Lit Review | GradHacker

7 Ways to Survive a Lit Review | GradHacker | Writing higher ed | Scoop.it

"This summer I experienced a grad student rite of passage: crafting a review of literature. The way was fraught and I had to overcome everything from an avalanche of articles (let’s just say my snowball method raged out of control) to a complete inability to conceive of any kind of organization. I also developed fascinating new ways to procrastinate. Thankfully, I follow #phdchat on Twitter, and the participants’ sage words on the process helped me move from a state of near paralysis to fruitful, concentrated writing sessions. These writing sessions eventually led to a Lit Review that I really, really enjoyed writing."


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