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Embracing the Digital: A Review of Scrivener for PhD Students

I admit, I can be a little old-fashioned when it comes to research and writing. While you’d still need to pry my paper planner out of my hands, the pandemic has changed the way I write and compile research. As… Continue Reading →

What Pubs and Publications has meant to me

| By Tim Galsworthy I first joined the Pubs and Publications committee in the summer of 2018, just before I began my PhD that September. Pubs and Pubs has, therefore, been part and parcel of my entire doctoral journey so… Continue Reading →

Preparing for your Literature Review: Best Practices

By Drew Thomas |   For many Ph.D. students, part of their first-year progress review includes submitting a literature review. While it seems nice that you get to spend nearly a year reading interesting books and articles about your research… 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 →

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