Returning to research and creative activities over the summer is critical for those of us with heavy teaching loads. On the plus side, these can be satisfying sources of rejuvenation and renewal. This morning’s “ProfHacker” in the online Chronicle of Higher Education offers some concrete tips:
Doing some bibliography searches, free-writing in an idea notebook, or reviewing your last set of research notes even for just 20 minutes each day can help restart your creative and critical processes.
What strategies do you use for making the most of summer? Read the full post here: How to Restart Your Research This Summer