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Natasha Casey holds a Ph.D. in communication studies from McGill University. She is professor of communication at Lincoln Land Community College (Springfield, Illinois) and affiliated faculty at the Media Education Lab (University of Rhode Island). … [Read more...] about Covid & Conferences: What’s Left to Blog About?
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Dr Anna Clemens is an academic writing coach helping researchers write scientific papers faster and actually get them published in their target journals. She has a PhD in Chemistry and is the creator of the Researchers’ Writing … [Read more...] about From Science Researcher to Academic Writing Coach – Guest Post
Continuing to talk about distorted thinking. Last week I wrote about beginning to challenge distorted thinking by asking simple questions. If you missed it, you can read it here. This week’s Just One Thing takes us one step further with replacing … [Read more...] about Just One Thing: Rewrite for Accuracy
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Welcome again to my weekly series Just One Thing. Each week, I offer you just one thing you can practice each day that will improve your creative output. The topic I want to deal with in the next few posts is what American psychologist Albert Ellis … [Read more...] about Just One Thing: Investigate your thoughts!
by Holly Genovese Holly Genovese is a Ph.D. student in American Studies at UT Austin, with graduate portfolios in both Black Studies and Women's and Gender Studies. Her work focuses on African American aesthetic resistance to incarceration in the … [Read more...] about Ableism and the “Post-Pandemic” Rollback of Extensions
Welcome again, to my new Just One Thing series. Each week, I offer you just one thing you can practice each day that will improve your creative output. Today's JOT practice: Embrace your mistakes. Yep. You read it right. I am asking you to … [Read more...] about Just One Thing: Embrace your mistakes