Forget the usual orientation programs, writes Rob Weir. You gain more by making a librarian an integral part of your course.
A narrow definition of writing may keep you from making progress, writes, Kerry Ann Rockquemore.
Eliza Woolf offers advice on strategy and perspective.
When a president interviews a potential chief marketing officer, Elizabeth Scarborough writes, there are questions the candidate needs to ask.
You have to understand this negative force to gain control over it, writes Kerry Ann Rockquemore.
Jessica Quillin presents a set of dos and don'ts for higher education professionals who venture onto the social networking site.
If your goals aren't clear, your writing will suffer, suggests Kerry Ann Rockquemore.
As a black woman in political science, Terri E. Givens is constantly asked why her research expertise isn't what people expect.
Neil Young gives inspiration to Claire Potter on the art of writing job descriptions.
The fall semester is fast approaching. Rob Weir suggests steps for the new instructor to take now to avoid chaos later.
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