Professional Development Resource Library
Avoiding Plagiarism. Citation-management software information and tips and tricks to avoid plagiarism.
Building Professional Relationships. Keys to building and maintaining professional relationships.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Fellowship Panel. CDC representatives provided information about fellowships at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, including tips for creating a competitive fellowship application. For a list of fellowship options see https://www.cdc.gov/fellowships/ | Slides
Collaboration: How to Work with Others without Losing Your Friends or Mind. Collaborative approaches once common primarily in the natural sciences are now more frequent in the humanities and social sciences. Working with others to produce scholarship or carry out a project can be a highly rewarding experience or the bane of your existence. In this workshop, we will identify features of a successful collaboration, a decision-making flow, and strategies to triage problematic partnerships. Workshop created by: The National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity.
Communicating Your Research with the Public. Break down your research from the perspective of your audience. Explain the importance of communicating to audiences beyond the academy.
Copyright & Publishing Essentials for Dissertations. Are you working on your dissertation and including copyrighted works of others in your paper? Are you unsure about when you need permission and how to get it? Are you unclear about the pros and cons of online access to your dissertation, and how to control when it is available? This workshop will answer these common copyright questions that graduate students encounter as they write and prepare to publish their own thesis or dissertation.
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Practical Tips for Publishing Scholarly Articles. Break out of the dissertation box and learn the full range of publishable articles. Develop new insights into the barriers that inhibit your ability to write for publication.Understand the politics of peer review and its implications for publishing. Manage the review process. Develop a scholarly agenda that meets your career aims. Workshop created by: The National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity.
Translating Your CV to Industry. Identify your transferable skills. Learn to communicate skills in writing and learn the value of these capacities in application materials and interviews.
Using Social Media to Advance Your Career. Identify your goal in using social media. Understand the benefits of using social media for networking. Set up your social media profile to advance your career goals. Practice using social media to search for jobs.
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This edition of The Chronicle of Higher Education's "The Professor is In" series offers valuable advice for those writing or revising their curriculum vitae and cover letter.
Got writing troubles? You are not alone. In this week’s Two-Minute Tips, Fernanda Zamudio-Suaréz offers six helpful hints to make your prose sing.
10 tips on scholarly nonfiction writing that might help people write less badly. The author, Michael C. Munger is chairman of political science at Duke University.