This post links to my contribution to the Lex Academic Blog, in which I write about how to keep a research journal.
As part of the fabulous Phd Life Raft symposium organised by the magnificent Dr Emma Brodzinski, I was invited to an author talk about my book Making the Most of Your Research Journal. It was a great pleasure to oblige, and I thoroughly enjoyed that exciting experience.
This is a recorded conversation between Dr Janet Salmons of MethodSpace SAGE and Dr Nicole Brown explaining how to journal across boundaries. This video is similar to the one that we recorded for the NVivo conference Transcending Boundaries in Qualitative Research.
This article reports on a study with over 100 Graduate Teaching Assistants exploring experiences of ‘cultural bumps’ at a UK University.
This paper outlines two distinct staff-student collaborations and how such a partnership may innovate teaching practices.
Plagiarism is a socio-cultural issue. This is about academic integrity and the reputation of an institution and the degree that is awarded. I would not want to hold an academic degree that is devalued in such way that many people were able to cheat their way through it. This is a reflective piece of writing on plagiarism and what it feels like for an academic.
The result of a wide-ranging study provides an insight into the kind of teacher you may be. According to the findings there are four major types of teachers: the idealist, the moderate, the practitioner and the rationalist.
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