Tag Archives: Productivity

10 Things No One Told Me About Applying for Tenure

I also recommend people keep a file or box of the kind notes, emails, etc. you receive from students and colleagues. It helps on those days where the being faculty doesn’t always feel like a great job.

https://chroniclevitae.com/news/2191-10-things-no-one-told-me-about-applying-for-tenure?cid=VTEVPMSED1

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“Work Email Is a Task That Needs to be Tamed, Not Ignored” – HigherEdJobs

Make email a visible task. Emens refers to admin work as invisible labor because it’s not recognized as work tasks but something people do compulsively on devices while multitasking. Try giving this task a name, that is, build it into your to-do list or time on your calendar.”

Source: “Work Email Is a Task That Needs to be Tamed, Not Ignored” – HigherEdJobs

Impact of Social Sciences – 30 tips for successful academic research and writing

“Choosing something that you are passionately interested in to research is a great first step on the road to successful academic writing but it can be difficult to keep the momentum going. Deborah Lupton explains how old-fashioned whiteboards and online networking go hand-in-hand, and offers advice for when it is time to just ‘make a start’ or go for a bike ride.”

Source: Impact of Social Sciences – 30 tips for successful academic research and writing

Impact of Social Sciences – 30 tips for successful academic research and writing

“Choosing something that you are passionately interested in to research is a great first step on the road to successful academic writing but it can be difficult to keep the momentum going. Deborah Lupton explains how old-fashioned whiteboards and online networking go hand-in-hand, and offers advice for when it is time to just ‘make a start’ or go for a bike ride.”

Source: Impact of Social Sciences – 30 tips for successful academic research and writing