Category: blog

Job market data

  • On 05/01/2018

**updated with new data and more text 5 March 2019 I’ve been tracking the job market for several years. Building on Cook & Rude, 2003 and Cook, 2006, we had a stalled start at finishing the longitudinal piece to the original job market study (which would have been based on 2010-2011). But we got some […]

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It’s true. I don’t grade.

  • On 17/12/2017

I hate to even get close to saying, “kids, these days,” but for those of us in higher education, something happened a few years back and teaching became a whole lot harder. There are hundreds of reasons for it and none of those reasons have any real research to back it up. So I’m not […]

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Practice(s) of Research

  • On 11/11/2017

Trying to get the work life back on track, which includes trying to blog here more regularly. As some of you may know, I’ve spent the last seven years or so looking closely at programmatic data in  technical and professional communication (TPC) and talking to faculty and administrators. I’m diligently (and somewhat desperately) trying to […]

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How Do I Get Working G Suite Basic Promo Code?

  • On 27/03/2015

G Suite is a cloud-based productivity suite that helps teams communicate, collaborate and get things done from anywhere and on any device. It’s simple to set up, use and manage, so your business can focus on what really matters. Millions of organizations around the world count on G Suite for professional email, file storage, video […]

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