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Further online development
- Elsevier Researcher Academy - free career guidance and advice
- Collaborative working in a remote team
- Manchester Academic Phrasebank
- Manuscripts - How to prepare your manuscripts for publication in top [Science] journals
- Writing your paper
- The 7C’s of communication – MindToolsVideos
- Top 10 ways to find joy at work – Rosabeth Moss Kanter
- Career Management for Early Career Academic Researchers
- How Researchers Changed the World (podcast and two 12-week, self-paced learning programmes by Taylor and Francis, tailored to both early and mid-career researchers, step-by-step guides to publishing your research, boosting impact, and building your profile)
- 15 minutes to develop your research career – a podcast on professional development for researchers (bite-sized podcasts designed especially for early career researchers)
- Networking: an online resource for researchers - Networking is an umbrella term that describes a range of behaviours and actions which encompass personal marketing, relationships, social capital, career planning and mentoring. In the academic sector, the increasing value placed on collaborative partnerships and the emergence of the impact agenda have heightened the need to have a broad professional network. This guide is designed to help you develop your confidence and to build your skills to network more effectively, in a style which suits you and remains authentic. There are questions to help you focus your thinking and development plans and links to articles and books to help you understand other people’s approaches and their advice. The guide also contains a series of downloadable worksheets with reflective activities for you to work on in greater detail at your own pace.
- National Centre for Research Methods (NCRM) offers a wealth of online resources including online modules, publications, audio and video podcast and resources about various social science research methods.
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