Here is a different take on motivating yourself to write – using some of the apps available to writers.
Dr Angela Dobele is an academic at RMIT University in Melbourne. Her teaching and research practices seek to make vital contributions to resolving the social, environmental and wicked problems of our times.
In her scholarly practice, Angela aims to be grounded in real-world problems, critical in theoretical and marketing orientation, and andragogical in her approach to student performance.
Her thesis topic and subsequent research considers word-of-mouth (at the intersection of relationship marketing and communication theories), both online (viral) and traditional referrals. Her other research topics concern academic workloads and research on student performance. Angela can be found on Twitter at @AngelaDobele.
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An Organiser’s Perspective of Writing Groups: Dr Angela Dobele (@AngelaDobele)
It’s really hard in a crowded academic life to make time for your own research writing and spend time with your colleagues.
To create a great foundation for doing both, I introduced a writing program at my…
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