Episode 17 of Bibliotech: Citation and social mediaWhat do Twitter, Tumblr and citations have in common? Rochelle Mazar looks at what social media can teach us about plagiarism and citation.
Degree in hand… now what?University career advisers have some advice for graduating students.
Just around the Career CornerCongress offers career development for students and faculty.
The Black Hole: Postdoctoral mentors and a regular reality checkDavid Kent outlines the key components of a proposed mentorship program for postdoctoral fellows.
Speculative Diction: Scholars without borders? Not quite.Melonie Fullick dissects the implications of the "talent market" and wonders what the future of the professoriate will look like.
Taking the Plunge: The value of practical wisdom for global citizenshipIn her final post, Margo Fryer looks at the importance of phronesis for cultivating global citizens.
The country needs to aim higher, says latest STIC report.
What if it’s not about where you are going?
Perhaps it's time to stop thinking in terms of what you are becoming and start focusing on what you are doing now, says Jo VanEvery.
Canadian universities get a near-failing grade for the way they support campus entrepreneurs.
What 2013 provincial budgets mean for the higher education sector.