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How to Do a Literature Review recommends ‘Catagorising the kinds of work you do’

It’s always great to see that people find stuff on this blog useful!

Aurélie, an academic librarian working in London, runs How To Do A Literature Review, with lots of useful and engaging content. She often collects some great academic stuff from around the interwebs–and I was delighted to be included in a recent Link Round Up.

Katherine Firth proposes to visualize your work in three mutually exclusive categories: presence work, process work, and production work. Only the last one can be optimised to take less time. You have to come to terms that the other ones can’t.

 

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Succeeding in a Research Higher Degree

Doing a Research Higher Degree (like a PhD) is hard, but lots of people have succeeded and you can too. It’s easier if you understand how it works, this blog gives you the insider view.

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