Study Methods

If you have been following this blog then you will know that I am no technological luddite, with many of the most viewed posts dealing with Zotero, Scrivener and other computer based writing management software. However, recently things have been changing, although perhaps not for the reasons that first come…

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Zotero++ Addons and Extensions

For a while now I have had some minor annoyances with Zotero and how it integrates with Scrivener. A lot of it has to do with needing to use Word for the final output stage as the RTFScan in Zotero gives you very few other options. One of the problems…

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Exhaustion is Not a Status Symbol

Came across this helpful article today that reflects on some of the topics covered in the skills series. http://www.washingtonpost.com/national/exhaustion-is-not-a-status-symbol/2012/10/02/19d27aa8-0cba-11e2-bb5e-492c0d30bff6_story.html In this interview with researcher Brené Brown, she looks at some of the outcome from her research on leadership and busyness, and has some great insight into some of the processes behind…

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Have a Break have a… – Exercise and Rest

Today we have come to the final post in this seven weeks series on study skills and methods, and just as God rested on the seventh day in Genesis, so too this post will cover rest… and a couple of other things. While in many ways this post at the…

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