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By FRANÇOISE MOREAU-JOHNSON | December 05 2012

The University of Ottawa’s writing days offer a social environment in which professors can focus on their research.

By ROCHELLE MAZAR | November 28 2012

Rochelle Mazar offers some advice on designing assigments that make it harder to plagiarize.

By DAVID SMITH | November 07 2012

Practise, practise, practise.

By ADAM COBB | October 31 2012

Three strategies for success.

By ROCHELLE MAZAR | October 24 2012

Does the very mention of Wikipedia make you cringe?

By NAZI TORABI | October 17 2012

Whether you are accessing library services in person or online, your librarian may be the ticket to more effective and efficient research and teaching.

By KANE X. FAUCHER | October 10 2012

Getting started.

By DAVID LINDSKOOG | October 03 2012

Demystifying the personal statement on a CV.

By ROCHELLE MAZAR | September 26 2012

Are you worried that audio and video assignments aren’t worth the hassle? It just might be a lot simpler than you think.

By ELIZABETH KOBLYK | September 19 2012

Pursuing motherhood and the tenure track.

By HARRIET EISENKRAFT | September 10 2012

Time out for a baby.

By JORDANA GARBATI + BOBA SAMUELS | August 22 2012

Two doctoral candidates look back, with appreciation.

By UA/AU | August 07 2012

Follow the rules.

By CHRISTINE OVERALL | July 25 2012

Back to basics.

By SUNNY MARCHE | April 11 2012

The continuing debate over the PhD time limit.

By IAN MACLACHLAN | April 02 2012

Pack your bags!

By CAROLYN STEELE | March 28 2012

Helping graduate philosophy students navigate the job market with relevant workshops.

By DALTON KEHOE | March 21 2012

One professor’s exploration of the wonderful world of wikis, and how they can help move students from passive knowledge recipients to active and collaborative learners.

By ROBERT SUMMERBY-MURRAY | March 05 2012

You’ve got mail.

By CARLA GUNN | February 01 2012

The rules of engagement.