Happy November! In case you missed it, in August I decided to make my blogging comeback with a round-up of resources centered around a back-to-school theme. In honor of last month’s installment bringing us to ten posts on the topic, this month’s round-up is all about the hidden curriculum.
The hidden curriculum series began nearly two years ago (the first post went live on January 28, 2021). As each post reminds us, the series was borne from the observation that there is a lot that we, as academics, are expected to know but are never taught.
I figured it might be helpful to have all the posts in the series to date all in one place for ease of access.
In addition, you will find related posts providing general advice and resources, as well as links to other resources I’ve found useful from around the internet (mostly Twitter).
Around the Internet
I’ve learned A LOT about how to be an academic from the Internet, and now you can too.
Check out this Twitter thread by Maia C Brons on strategies for editing.
This thread by Chloe Kirk offers helpful tips and tools for time management.
Of course, this thread on how to defend a dissertation.
And, finally, this AMAZING thread by Ellen Muehlberger on writing conclusions.