Gruelling work that can make us go bonkers.
A conversation with Dr. David Streiner, co-editor of When Research Goes Off the Rails: Why It Happens and What You Can Do About It.
What do Twitter, Tumblr and citations have in common?
University career advisers have some advice for graduating students.
Congress offers career development for students and faculty.
Are virtual worlds a dying technology or do they have a bright future in postsecondary education?
How to choose your PhD supervisor.
Aliases aren’t just for the infamous. Bibilotech podcast host Rochelle Mazar offers advice on separating the personal and the professional online.
Each year, the Canadian Association of Graduate Studies (CAGS) recognizes two Canadian doctoral dissertations: one in the fine arts, humanities and social sciences; and the other in the medical sciences, natural sciences and engineering.
We queried a half-dozen aficionados of video abstracts for advice on how to make a video worthy of the red carpet. This is what they told us.
Communicating about your academic self.
Emerging technologies librarian and BiblioTech podcaster Rochelle Mazar gives you the scoop on the top online tools to inspire your next course.
How could the digital world shape course readings and course reserves?
Use your problem-solving hat for this difficult situation.
Being the messenger of policies you don’t like.
Golden opportunity or Pandora’s Box?
The University of Ottawa’s writing days offer a social environment in which professors can focus on their research.
Rochelle Mazar offers some advice on designing assigments that make it harder to plagiarize.
Practise, practise, practise.
Three strategies for success.