The PhD Experience

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How do you PhD?

By Lucie Whitmore, with Laura Harrison & Heather Carroll | As many of us are well aware, at least 25% of doing a PhD is remembering where that quote came from, or where you wrote that note about methodology that… Continue Reading →

Qiqqa: A Quicker Way to Completing Your PhD

By Drew Thomas | Brace yourselves. You are about to discover one of the best tools for managing a large research project. It has features way beyond its better-marketed rivals, such as Zotero or Mendeley. Yet it has its drawbacks. In the… Continue Reading →

Mendeley Review: Reference Manager & Social Network

By Drew Thomas | This is the second instalment in our series on reference management software. Be sure to read our first post on Zotero! Drowning in references? Writing a doctoral thesis can quickly become overwhelming. That is why it is… Continue Reading →

Citation Management Review: Zotero, the iTunes for Documents

By Drew Thomas | The first of our new series on that unavoidable and time-intensive part of the PhD experience, citation management, looks at one of the online products on offer which can make citing easier and more efficient.   My high… Continue Reading →

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