Christopher Watkins on research strategies and writing

From Christopher Watkins – a series of useful posts on research strategies and writing, designed for undergraduate, Masters and PhD students, but likely to be of interest beyond that too.

In this series I share some of the research hacks I have picked up and developed over my years of academic research, undergraduate and postgraduate teaching.

Research Hacks #1: Research Audit

For students who want to work faster, smarter and more effectively

Research Hacks #2: Three important questions to ask before you choose a new research project

For students who want to work faster, smarter and more effectively

Research Hacks #3: Help! I can’t settle on a research project

For students who want to work faster, smarter and more effectively

There are several posts from Progressive Geographies about writing and publishing, and a lot more links, archived here.

Update: Chris’s fourth Research Hack is available here; the fifth here; and the sixth here.

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One Response to Christopher Watkins on research strategies and writing

  1. Pingback: Christopher Watkin – Research Hacks # 6: Capture every important thought you have, even on the go | Progressive Geographies

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