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Managing your reading list with Avidnote

You know that feeling? You’ve just downloaded 20 papers and haven’t begun reading any of them. Each...

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Big Changes to The Free Version of Avidnote

We’ve made some big changes to the Avidnote plans in the past month. ✍️ Changes to the...

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Avidnote – now part of OpenAI private beta

We are excited to take part in the OpenAI private beta and begin integrating GPT-3 technology into...

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How to critique a research article or prepare yourself for critique

The ability to write a well-crafted critique is a highly sought-after skill in academic work. Although some...

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What is a good h-index?

It is not an easy task to quantitatively determine what makes one scholar more prolific than another,...

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How to conduct research

Research refers to the detailed study of a subject, especially in order to discover new information or...

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What is action research

What is action research? Social psychologist Kurt Lewin is credited with developing the field referred to as...

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How to email professors about research

Writing an e-mail should ordinarily be a simple task. But while writing an e-mail is nothing to...

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What’s the best way to organize my research?

The following post is partially based on a blog post written by Heather Campbell at Brescia University...

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How To Do Remote Research Work During Corona (COVID-19) Outbreak

The corona virus has affected us all. By some estimates, up to 70 percent of the world’s...

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Don’t be discouraged by empty criticism!

I don’t often quote U.S presidents, but the following quote from President Teddy Roosevelt nails a very...

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Remove distractions and focus on your work

Becoming more focused on your tasks is as much a matter of changing your inner state as...

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