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The Blossoming-Fledgling Researcher Recommends the Writing Cycle

Mickey over at The Blossoming-Fledgling Researcher blog shows her own annotation process for taking notes in books and reducing distractions. It looks fascinating.

She also recommends The Different Stages of the Writing Process and Embodied Learning & its Productive Limitations here on Research Degree Voodoo. I love getting feedback that let’s me know what you find useful!

 

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