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Every few months, I launch an #AICCSED Challenge.

What does this mean? For me, my simple system of #2ThingsADay often means that the only two things I get done in a day is reading a paper (and annotating) using the AIC method, and dropping it into a CSED spreadsheet.
What we do in the #AICCSED challenge:

We drop a tweet reporting which article we read and we (often, not required) post a screenshot of the CSED (Excel Dump) row associated with said article.

What's the purpose? To keep us reading, synthesizing and summarizing EVERY SINGLE DAY
What an #AICCSED challenge is NOT - it's not intended to stress you out - we're in the midst of a pandemic, we're short on time, we're all stressed out.

But if you can participate in the #AICCSED challenge, by the end of the month you will have 30 articles summarized in an ...
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Either through stupidity or spite, the Liberal/National Government's inaction during #COVID-19 will devastate universities. Higher ed drives innovation & growth and will underpin our economic recovery in a changing post-COVID world. (thread) universitiesaustralia.edu.au/policy-submiss… @uniaus @nteu
Pre-COVID, education was Australia's 3rd largest export sector, earning over $30b a year. Australian universities employ more people than the entire manufacturing sector.
dfat.gov.au/about-us/publi…
lmip.gov.au/default.aspx?L… #ausecon
Due to travel restrictions, Australian unis face at least a short-term loss in revenue of at least $10b. Like other areas of the economy, they're struggling to pay their staff. theconversation.com/australian-uni…
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Mini-thread on writing literature reviews and having them as assignments. I am bewildered by the lack of guidance on "how to conduct a literature review" all over the place. And yes, I've read books that are specifically on the literature review. I think this stems from...
... something I identified in an earlier thread and blog post - our students are EXPECTED to know how to do something, when nobody has taught them explicitly what it looks like, how to do it. raulpacheco.org/2018/04/on-the… unless you've taught someone how to do a LR, you can't expect it
I have an entire page on Literature Reviews raulpacheco.org/resources/lite… I also discuss the different scholarly products that you can generate (annotated bibliographies, Conceptual Synthesis Excel Dump tables, banks of rhetorical precis, etc.) each of these is a different product
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