STEMskiller: Skill Set Map for Mentors of Early Career Researchers
Time management and the PhD completion path
In a world with many distractions, many mentees can find structuring their time to be a difficult task. Mentors can refer mentees to resources in this section if they are struggling with such issues.
Useful resources on Time management and the PhD completion path:
Hjortshoj, K. (2019). Writing from A to B: A Guide to Completing the Dissertation Phase of Doctoral Studies. https://gradschool.cornell.edu/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/WritingAB_WEB-VD.pdf
Pages 29-38 provides guidance on time management and the writing process.
The University of Pennsylvania Wharton Doctoral Stories. (2020). How to Maximize and Adjust a PhD Schedule. https://doctoral.wharton.upenn.edu/story/maximize-adjust-phd-schedule/
Brief overview of techniques to improve time management, including: Brush Up on Your Time Management Skills, Ask for Help, Take a Break, and Don’t Compare Yourselves to Others.
The Wellbeing Thesis. (2020). Digital Wellbeing – How to Have a Healthy Digital Diet. https://thewellbeingthesis.org.uk/foundations-for-success/digital-wellbeing-how-to-have-a-healthy-digital-diet/
Includes a link to a “screen compulsion test” and ten tips for creating space from digital overload.
Tags: IPS OC; IPS T; IPS PS; PSR IKC; PSR LL; PSR G; IAL IntL; CompTS; CompGS
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Author: Stephanie Krueger
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Last Updated: October 26, 2021