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Academic Writing Podcast from the Higher School of Economics, Russia, is a project aiming at your academic writing skills through your ears. In our short radio shows (podcasts) we are discussing and explaining phrases which cover most of your needs for composing an academic article. Each of the episodes comes with a pdf file and can be reached at http://academics.hse.ru/podcasts
 
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The podcast for academic womxn who want to write and publish more while rejecting the culture of overwork in academia. Cathy Mazak, PhD, helps you create the career (and life) you want by centering your writing. Kick guilt and overwhelm to the curb and amplify your voice to make a real impact on your field--without breaking down or burning out.
 
The Hardly Academic Podcast is two men having emotionally and intellectually honest discussions about life, work, relationships, comedy and experiences living in Washington, DC. We'll navigate -isms, -ologies and sometimes y. Episodes feature special guests, music, listener interactions and news about goings on in the area and online. The podcast is co-hosted by DC native Eric Dyson and Georgia-born DC transplant Nick King. Contact us at hardlyacademicdc@gmail.com.
 
More than just a book talk. Each episode is its own unique forum, bringing Bloomsbury authors and experts to the front of the conversation and tackling key issues in today’s culture, both in academia and beyond. This show is for everyone interested in expanding their learning outside the classroom and exploring the difficult discussions taking place in society every day.
 
Academia. A-CAAAHHH---DEEEMM--AIYA! ACA-DEEM-YAAHH. It is a site of exclusion. For those of us who are first-generation, who are racialized, who are women, and who inhabit social locations that are traditionally unrepresented in this space, academia is full of landmines. This is why we need academic aunties. This podcast will talk about how to navigate this treacherous world and maybe even plant seeds for the beginnings of structural transformation. Come listen to Auntie Ethel and her friend ...
 
Coach's Corner delves into academic coaching, edtech integration, and beyond. This series is based on Levi's Valdois' (@teachoklahoma) idea of 51 Flavors" or that great ideas can be found from those around us!!! Therefore who better to ask about academic coaching and edtech integration than those in the trenches. Visit the original Coach's Corner on Youtube @: http://tinyurl.com/coachscorner-coachben
 
Young researchers often face dilemmas in understanding certain conceptual issues while undertaking their research projects. In these podcasts, I explain some basic concepts that are fundamental to academic research. These talks are aimed at young scholars across all disciplines. You can follow me on Twitter @E_JSSS or on Facebook at ejsss.net Would love to hear your feedback so as to make these podcasts more meaningful!
 
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Academic Writing Podcast from the Higher School of Economics, Russia, is a project aiming at your academic writing skills through your ears. In our short radio shows (podcasts) we are discussing and explaining phrases which cover most of your needs for composing an academic article. Each of the episodes comes with a pdf file and can be reached at h…
 
Academic Writing Podcast from the Higher School of Economics, Russia, is a project aiming at your academic writing skills through your ears. In our short radio shows (podcasts) we are discussing and explaining phrases which cover most of your needs for composing an academic article. Each of the episodes comes with a pdf file and can be reached at h…
 
Academic Writing Podcast from the Higher School of Economics, Russia, is a project aiming at your academic writing skills through your ears. In our short radio shows (podcasts) we are discussing and explaining phrases which cover most of your needs for composing an academic article. Each of the episodes comes with a pdf file and can be reached at h…
 
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