40 pages tagged "academic etiquette"
Web resources: working in academia
Structured overview of four years of blogposts on the following themes: academic publishing, doing (international) research academic etiquette, using the Publish or Perish software, academic careers, gender in academia, research focus.
Social media in Academia (7): Blogging
Provides recommendations on how to start with blogging
Google Scholar Profiles: the good, the bad, and the better
Provides a detailed discussion of how to use Google Scholar Profiles most effectively
Take care of the little ants
One of the most funny and sad stories about office politics I have ever read
Social Media in Academia (1): Introduction
An introduction into my 8-part blogpost series on social media
CYGNA: Working effectively with support staff in academia
Reports on our 18th CYGNA meeting with a presentation on working with support staff and a discussion of boundaryless careers
Harzing.com blog 2 years old!
Celebrating my blog's second anniversary with the top-15 most read blogs
Harzing.com blog 4 years old!
Celebrating my blog's fourth anniversary with the top-15 most read blogs
Harzing.com blog 3 years old!
Celebrating my blog's third anniversary with the top-15 most read blogs
Please be polite and considerate
About the importance of appreciating academic volunteers
Would you ask a male academic the same question?
Discusses the expectations of service-oriented behaviour by female academics
Thank You: The most underused words in academia?
About the importance of courtesy in email communications
Last impressions count too! The importance of conclusions
Warns against ending your academic article with your study's limitations
Harzing.com blog 1 year old!
Celebrating my blog's first anniversary with the top-10 most read blogs
CYGNA: Building your academic brand through social media
Reports on our 16th CYGNA meeting with two presentations on social media in academia
Social Media in Academia (8): Putting it all together
Final posting in the social media series explains how different social media can reinforce each other
CV of failures
Explains why rejection and failure are a normal part of an academic career and not something to hide or be embarrassed about
Be proactive, resilient & realistic!
Argues that as an academic you are an independent professional shaping your own career
Social Media in Academia (6): Twitter
Provides recommendations on how to get the best out of Twitter
Fostering research impact through social media
Full recording of a 1.5-hour presentation on the four C's of getting cited and an 8-step workflow on how to effectively disseminate your research.
Social media in Academia (5): ResearchGate
Provides recommendations on how to get the most out of ResearchGate
Social Media in Academia (3): Google Scholar Profiles
Provides recommendations on how to get the best out of Google Scholar Profiles
Social Media in Academia (2): Comparing the options
General recommendations on how to use social media professionally
Building your academic brand through engagement with social media
Reports on my presentation at the Free University of Amsterdam
How to ensure your research achieves the impact it deserves
Reports on my presentation at Tilburg University
Submit to only one journal at a time
About good practices in journal submission
Social Media in Academia (4): LinkedIn
Provides recommendations on how to get the best out of LinkedIn
When to say no?
Criteria for saying no: Just because you can do something doesn't mean you always should do something
WAIB Panel: Academic career strategies for women in the UK
Reports on a WAIB Panel at the AIB-UKI meeting in Birmingham April 2018
How to promote your research achievements without being obnoxious?
Provides some quick and easy to implement tips on how to promote your academic work
What is that conference networking thing all about?
Reflections on the importance of networking in academia and tips on how to do it
Please don't respond to the entire mailing list
About the irritating email behaviour of sending a personal response to hundreds of addressees
Don't write mass emails (2): asking for help
Shows some typical student emails asking for help out of the blue
How to write for US journals with non-US data
Summarizes an editorial by Carol Kulik that explains how to position your research for an international reader
How to address your lecturer?
Shows how countries differ in their expected way of address for teachers
Don't write mass emails (1): distributing your work
Explains ineffective and effective ways to promote your published work
How to address other academics by email?
Provides suggestions on the best way to address academics by email
Welcome to my blog!
Introduction to Anne-Wil's blog
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