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MOOC skepticism, in More or Less Bunk Link

What professors really do with their time, in Bardiac Link

Gaining confidence at an academic meeting, in It's Probably Ph.D. Me Link

Red flags during a job interview, in Haphazard Musing of a Budding Academic Link

A different way of thinking about plagiarism, in Stupid Motivational Tricks Link

Applying to graduate school in English, in Otherwise, Lightning Link

MOOC economics, in Not of General Interest Link

When students don't pay attention, in Adjunctorium Link

The way people define a typical professor, in Grumpy Rumblings of the Half-tenured Link

Reading vs. writing, in Moria in Excelsis Link

Jews and education, in Slate Link

Turning in a tenure dossier, in Teaching College-Level Spanish Link

Nate Silver and sociology, in Scatterplot Link

"Twilight" and sociology, in Everyday Sociology Link

The ethics of assigning an expensive textbook, in The Duck of Minerva Link

Why students matter, in Reassigned Time 2.0 Link

The U.S. elections and their impact on Australian academe, in The Conversation Link

Advice about applications, in Bardiac Link

The destruction of higher education, in Academe Blog Link

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