#SummerSchool gearing up at the same time I've been enjoying watching #Tiktok and learning about video authoring in it (maybe if you need an example: https://twitter.com/Iameaschris/status/1391207396979007488) and I have to acknowledge the a huge debt to @RobinWang whose 2020 Summer School talk traced
"the birth of theater, and theatrical activities to explain why visual social media platforms are theatrical venues" https://summerschool.scholar.social/
I want to learn more about theatrics to appreciate Tiktok better!
Spent this entire summer vacation learning how to teach online, and building/designing online classrooms for 2 courses. One more unit to go then I can get certified with online teaching credentials. I learned a lot, but I am truly truly exhausted. Not a penny earned but education to generations will pay pack. Regardless, I would imagine not a single teacher could get any rest during this "vacation".
Advice/Thoughts for Peer-review
I need advice about peer-review.
1. What does peer-review mean for a researcher in PhD loading phase?
2. Is it helpful for job-application?
3. Do you reflect this review history on your resume?
4. What is its role for self-development regarding research skills and more?
I had Enormous fun to present at #SummerSchool!
Seven REAL NICE people came (six exclude me? lol)!
Perfect size for a Robin!
How do we find coders?
This article looks interesting - a three-hour job only pays $1. What are the options for researchers to find coders or find helping hands aside from Amazon Mechanical Turk?
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