Getting the jump on 2013

Some great tips for making your retrun to work in the new year a little less bumpy and a little more productive.

The Research Whisperer

With the atmosphere in most workplaces already in holiday mode, it can be hard to keep track of our research, or even pick up that next article to read.

While taking a break and recharging over the holidays is essential for good research practice and life balance, there are some things you can do right now – pre-holidays – to get a head-start on your research in the new year.

If you’re able to push aside the tinsel and dodge the flashing lights for this final burst of productivity, here are each of the Research Whisperers’ Top 3 End-of-Year research tips.

Tseen says:

  1. Plan your research goals for the coming year. I hate it when people tell me to do this kind of thing but, over the years, I’ve come to appreciate how this kind of list functions to make me more productive. It doesn’t necessarily mean that I achieve…

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