Elena Hill-Artamonova on Dyslexia and educationPersonality psychologist 🧏‍♀️, dog mum 🐾 and food enthusiast 🌯
Being in education for some time now, I have came across range of helpful tools that can make your journey through academia a lot more pleasant. Below are the links for the tools I use for my PhD: https://www.researchgate.net this is a well know platform for researchers, here you can find loads of papers and articles for your subjects. https://www.grammarly.com/m this tool I use for writing, I have dyslexia so writing isn’t the easiest tasks for me, this helps to keep my writing tidy and understandable. https://www.citethisforme.com/uk/referencing-generator this is a reference generator website, I used this throughout my whole academic career so far, I create perfect referencing lists and bibliographies with this tool. https://scholar.google.com cannot stress how important google scholar is for finding articles and texts for your research. It is by far on the easiest tools to use. https://www.elsevier.com/en-gb this is my favorite tools to find articles that I need for my research. It is easy to navigate and easy to search. If you have any questions on how to use these or you want to ask about getting into a PhD/research degree, drop me a message and I will happily answer any of your questions.
7

Appreciate
Comment
Share

No comments yet
Be the first to comment

Download Qoorio to talk & learn from other Humans
MORE INSIGHTS YOU MIGHT LIKE
Learn more by discovering other insights
Aranza HdzPsychology Graduate, Blogger, and Curious
My psychology blog concentrates on topics that impact individuals on a daily basis. I have a strong passion of research and education my goal is to successfully provide resources for students and folks! www.psychandyou.com
2

Appreciate
Comment
Share
Dovile Urbanaite on Social media & content creationEntrepreneur | Business Coach | Founder of She Is Glowing
My 5️⃣ types of content you need to share on your social media: ⁣ ⁣ 1. Client's feedback and reviews - we all want to be in safe hands. 🤝 And nothing speak louder than seeing that you helped to create great results for your past clients! ⁣ Oh, and isn't it nice to see other people succeeding?! So celebrate your clients' successes and wins loud and proud 🎉🎊 ⁣ 2. "Small win" content - every time your audience read your content, they ask themselves "what is in it for me?" 🤔 So it's your task to give them some awesome value - to make sure that they come back for more! ⁣ A useful book recommendation, an app, life hack and anything else that your audience can try right now always works. ⁣ ⁣ 3. LIVE translations - it's a great format to share some valuable content and educate your audience. 👩‍🎓⁣ Also, it helps your audience to get to know your personality better (and as a result, like you even more 🙂 ) ! So this type of content is an absolute win-win. ⁣ ⁣ 4. Reels videos - Instagram loves reels right now and push and promote this type of content. ✨ So if you are thinking about reels... the best time to give it a go is NOW! I can't wait to try them out myself. Such a great new IG addition. ⁣ ⁣ 5. Various lists - "must have" items to buy, top places to visits, books you should read, 5 ways to save time,... 📚⁣ This type of content is great because people love simple and clearly presented useful information. I am always amazed how many people save and share this type of content. ⁣ So here you are! 5 types of content that you can't go wrong with. Save it, share it and come back to it every time you lack some new ideas. I am sure your audience will thank you for it by showing their loyalty 👯‍♀️⁣ ⁣ And now tell me - which type of content do you enjoy the most? 👇
14

Appreciate
Comment
Share
Santino Dummett on EducationSelf-employed
Schools are great for teaching how to work under direct oversight, like a teacher standing over you, and this translates well to traditional work with a boss standing over you in set working hours. The world is moving towards self-directed work (especially working from home or self-employment) as well as self-directed development and learning, and this is something most people are simply not good at long term. In my opinion a key ability of our generation will be to plan and implement work at home under no supervision, and this will be one of two critical things to teach children (and adults) to prepare them for a 21st century career (I’ll talk about the second thing another time). Agree or disagree? How would you develop this ability on a national scale? Let me know your thoughts!
2

Appreciate
Comment
Share
Download Qoorio to talk & learn from other Humans
Become Open HumanFAQBlog
We use cookies to personalise content, provide social media features, and analyse our traffic. We value your privacy and only use the most necessary and analytical cookies. You can opt out at any time.