Academic career development workshop for research students and early career academics
Foth, Marcus & Choi, Jaz Hee-jeong (2010) Academic career development workshop for research students and early career academics. In AoIR Internet Research 11, 20 October 2010, Chalmers University, Gothenburg, Sweden.
For research students and early career academics, universities offer resources that help develop their research skills – for example, critical theory development, literature reviews, research methods, data analysis, writing skills, etc. However, building a successful career in academia poses a wide range of new challenges in addition to the pure academic craft of research. The resources and resilience one needs in order to shape an academic career path often appear ambiguous, particularly in the innately transformative field of Internet research. In response to feedback from AoIR members, this full-day workshop seeks to address this concern by offering a supportive and constructive environment to discuss career development related issues that are of specific interest to research students and early career academics.
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