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I totally love this piece on why everyone needs to start building personal websites again by @laura - eloquently captures all the values I’m chasing in my own scholarship and internet presence without being heavy handed. 24ways.org/2019/its-time-to-ge

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30 years ago, Calvin worried about the Russians. The actors today are different but the script is the same. It’s like watching Groundhog Day, again and again and again… Bill taught Calvin the lesson in six panels. How many re-runs will it take us? t.co/tJM7RmiLxM

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@teioh When you publish, find out your publisher's rules about sharing your work online. Many academic publishers allow authors to post accepted manuscripts on a personal website (but not published versions).

If your publisher allows you to post your work on your website in any form, do it. This will make it easier for other academics to read your work, especially if it is published in an edited volume or in a new journal. This will also enable people outside academia to read your work.


Hi! I have a MSc in psychology and a PhD in organizational behavior. Late bloomer, so I couldn’t really switch to academia when I finished my PhD: too advanced in my career. My practitioner self terribly misses research! At least my current work in government focuses in human behavior, mainly learning. I’m hoping to find like-minded peeps who also have a highly critical perspective on this big ole mess we’re in...

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