First, I wanted to take a little moment to celebrate: I just reached 100 followers on Twitter!
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So, let’s begin this round-up with a couple of good tweets I found this week:
Want to jumpstart your literature review? Look for announcements of special issues. Most come with the newest and juiciest bits of research
— m_icha (@m_icha) March 19, 2015
Reading your material and organising your review
An important piece of advice: go directly to the source.
How assembling your literature review might be just like the process of putting together a puzzle. (This post is absolutely great and you should really read it!)
On the same theme, but this time in video, Patricia Marie explains how you create a literature review around bits of information you’ve found here and there. And it’s also about cars.
Questioning being in graduate school
If you knew then what you know now, would you have gone to graduate school?
The first and most important step before you start your graduate studies is to make a list of three things you will absolutely not give up for graduate school.
And on a more positive note…
Making the Most of Your Thesis: From Classroom to the ‘Real World’.
An Introvert’s Guide to Better Presentations.
Being a female academic and wanting to be paid what you’re worth.