Monday, 16 November 2009

Early Career Researchers - New Guide

Elsevier has published a guide that helps Early Career Researchers make informed decisions about their direction following completion of their doctorates.

In two parts, Professor Alan Johnson's booklet explains how to create a career plan, select a research discipline, supervisor/mentor and the importance of collaboration and networking

The second half of the guide discusses ethics, how to publish research, where to publish, funding, collaborating with industry and academia etc.

>>>Charting a Course for a Successful Research Career: A Guide for Early Career Researchers

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