Academic Work

Academic Work and Careers in Europe: Trends, Challenges, Perspectives (repost)

Academic Work and Careers in Europe: Trends, Challenges, Perspectives by Tatiana Fumasoli and Gaële Goastellec
English | 2014 | ISBN: 3319107194 | 214 pages | PDF | 1,8 MB
The Relevance of Academic Work in Comparative Perspective

The Relevance of Academic Work in Comparative Perspective by William K. Cummings and Ulrich Teichler
English | 2014 | ISBN: 3319117661, 3319117688 | 252 pages | PDF | 4,6 MB
The Relevance of Academic Work in Comparative Perspective (repost)

The Relevance of Academic Work in Comparative Perspective by William K. Cummings and Ulrich Teichler
English | 2014 | ISBN: 3319117661, 3319117688 | 252 pages | PDF | 4,6 MB
Academic Work and Careers in Europe: Trends, Challenges, Perspectives

Academic Work and Careers in Europe: Trends, Challenges, Perspectives by Tatiana Fumasoli and Gaële Goastellec
English | 2014 | ISBN: 3319107194 | 214 pages | PDF | 1,8 MB

Who Owns Academic Work?  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Alexpal at June 9, 2007
Who Owns Academic Work?

Who Owns Academic Work?: Battling for Control of Intellectual Property by Corynne McSherry (Author)
Publisher: Harvard University Press (November 9, 2001) | ISBN-10: 0674006291 | PDF | 1 Mb | 288 pages

Academic Vocabulary in Use with Answers (repost)  

Posted by Linguist_expert at Jan. 9, 2013
Academic Vocabulary in Use with Answers (repost)

Academic Vocabulary in Use with Answers
PDF | Language: English | ISBN-10: 0521689392 | 178 Pages | 5 MB
Genre: Learning English

The perfect study aid for anyone using English for their academic work. Academic Vocabulary in Use is the perfect study aid for anyone using English for their academic work. Ideal for students of any discipline, from engineers or social scientists to business students or lawyers, it covers all the key vocabulary they will come across in academic textbooks, articles, lectures and seminars, allowing them to function confidently in an English-speaking academic environment. The book is designed for students at good intermediate level and above as well as those preparing for IELTS and other university entrance examinations.

Parenting and Professing: Balancing Family Work with an Academic Career  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by rexT at Aug. 4, 2009
Parenting and Professing: Balancing Family Work with an Academic Career

Parenting and Professing: Balancing Family Work with an Academic Career
Rachel Hile Bassett | ISBN: 0826514774 | PDF | 273 pages | 2005 | 1 MB

Featuring many personal accounts, the twenty-four essays in this collection explore the challenges and possibilities confronting those, especially women, who combine parenting and academic work. Written by a diverse group of educators who present a real-world variety of situations, the collection also includes ideas for change at the individual, interpersonal, policy, and system levels.
Building Your Academic Career (The Academic's Support Kit) (Repost)

Building Your Academic Career (The Academic's Support Kit) by Rebecca Boden
English | 2007 | ISBN: 1412907012 | 132 Pages | PDF | 1 MB

Building Your Academic Career encourages you to take a proactive approach to getting what you want out of academic work whilst being a good colleague.
Making Inclusion Work: Experiences from Academia Around the World (repost)

Making Inclusion Work: Experiences from Academia Around the World by Saija Katila, Susan Meriläinen, Janne Tienari
English | 2010 | ISBN: 1848440847 | 224 pages | PDF | 1,4 MB

This innovative book explores how inclusion can be enhanced in academia by considering the strategic work of expert academics from around the world. It offers a new look at academic work through the accounts of passionate practitioners who have each, in their own ways, made inclusion work.

Philosophy Outside-In: A Critique of Academic Reason  

Posted by interes at Aug. 18, 2014
Philosophy Outside-In: A Critique of Academic Reason

Philosophy Outside-In: A Critique of Academic Reason by Christopher Norris
English | 2013 | ISBN: 0748684557 | 232 pages | PDF | 0,9 MB

Christopher Norris raises some basic questions about the way that analytic philosophy has been conducted over the past 25 years. In doing so, he offers an alternative to what he sees as an over-specialisation of a lot of recent academic work.