Hello Fellow Researchers!
I share actionable and inspirational content to help academics
create original research in the field of educational
administration & leadership.
Whether you’re a new or experienced researcher, you my friend, have come to the right place. If you’re looking for tips & resources for your next research project, advice on applying to grad school, or even student project ideas, I’ve got you covered ;)
I’ve packed this website full of articles designed to inspire educational administration researchers, just like you. Are you ready to think creatively about this field and take your research to the next level? Good. Let’s get started.
10 min read
Is your research article database currently a stack of articles on your dining room table? Well, no longer! Reference management tools are helpful for building a digital library that will save you time and energy (and space in your house) the next time you tackle a research project. In this guide, you’ll learn to create a free account on Mendeley, install the free library desktop app, web importer, and citation plugin, and add details and notes…
5 min read
In grad school, one of my profs gave us this advice if we ever felt stuck with our research: have some go-to texts that bring us inspiration to help us “see above the weeds”. The essay, “The Opposite of Loneliness” by Marina Keegan, is that text for me. First published in Yale Daily News on May 27, 2012, just days after Marina Keegan tragically passed away…
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There are a lot of books out there for anyone wanting to learn more about the field of educational administration & leadership. And I mean, a lot. A recent search on Amazon.com gave me more than 6,000 results. That’s a lot of potential books to scroll through, just to find one that you want to read! So how do you figure out which books are…