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Coding Learning Guide | UKEdChat.com - Supporting the #UKEdChat Education Community - 0 views

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    Useful resource for teaching coding
Michelle A. Hoyle

TweetChat - #phdchat - 0 views

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    A Twitter hashtag real-time display thingy. This one's pre-set for #phdchat.
Liz Thackray

Complicity: An International Journal of Complexity and Education - 0 views

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    open access journal with articles around transdisciplinarity, systems, complexity, etc.
Liz Thackray

OER IPR Support - 2 views

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    Useful information and diagnostic tools for issues around copyright and intellectual property rights. All the more important now most theses are digitised!
Liz Thackray

Towards the regeneration of British sociology of education - 1 views

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    Useful and challenging overview from David Mellor. Interesting points on critical theory.
Michelle A. Hoyle

one reason why journal articles get rejected | patter - 1 views

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    "Editors of journals suggest that one of the major problems they see in submitted articles is a lack of focus. They observe that too many writers try to say 'everything', and this means that they end up saying 'nothing'."

    Common problems with journal papers related to lack of focus are described. How many are you guilty of?
Michelle A. Hoyle

Everything I wish I'd known, I learned at a conference | GradHacker - 1 views

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    "So, my lessons for the year:

    You can't read everything
    You already know a lot
    Your ideas are interesting
    Research is fun
    Collaboration is a very, very good thing.

    Not bad for one year."
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    Lessons a Ph.D. student learned in their first year. Good read and good advice too.
Michelle A. Hoyle

Why Can't I Finish? :: Tips :: The 99 Percent - 1 views

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    "As a time management life coach, I've found that many of my clients have a dread of finishing that they keep hidden away-hoping that no one will ever notice that they get a lot of little things done while never quite completing the really important stuff.

    Whether it's due to a rabid perfectionism, an aversion to criticism, or just an inability to maintain enthusiasm for the long haul, we all have challenges and fears we must overcome to produce work that matters. But pretending they don't exist won't get us anywhere.

    Here's a guide to diagnosing and treating what I've found to be four of the most common barriers to completion:"
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    Ph.D. students are particularly prone to some of these behaviours, I think, so perhaps this will help someone.
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