The Research Roundtable

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What you'll learn in this session:

  • How linked thinking is impacting research.

  • How linked thinking is working with multiple people (Collaborative Knowledge Management).


​About Bianca Pereira

Bianca Pereira is on a journey to make research easier and inclusive. As a researcher herself, she believes the three differences between a struggling researcher and a prolific researcher are: knowledge of the hidden rules of academia, a personal knowledge management system, and skills on research communication.

So, after 12 years working with Computer Science research in industry-academia partnerships, Bianca now dedicates her time to unveiling The Hidden Rules of Academia to first generation postgrad students, teaching and coaching Personal Knowledge Management with emphasis in research, and providing hands-on workshops in Research Communication.

Find out more about Bianca:


​About Maggie Delano

Maggie Delano is an Assistant Professor of Engineering at Swarthmore College and has research interests that include the development of monitoring systems for chronic diseases and inclusive engineering design.

Find out more about Maggie:

Maggie Delano is an Assistant Professor of Engineering at Swarthmore College and has research interests that include the development of monitoring systems for chronic diseases and inclusive engineering design.

Links:

https://twitter.com/maggied

https://www.maggiedelano.com/garden/


About Joel Anderson

Joel is exploring the tools & ideas that help us close (or question) the gaps between expectations and reality regarding our self-control and decision-making.

Find out more about Joel A:

https://twitter.com/autonomygaps


About Joel Chan

Joel’s research and teaching explore systems that support creative knowledge work, in domains such as design and scientific discovery. His long-term research vision is of a world filled with creativity support systems that are open and sustainable

Find out more about Joel Chan:

https://twitter.com/JoelChan86

http://joelchan.me/


About the Linking Your Thinking Conference

The "Linking Your Thinking" Conference is a week of free sessions that explores how ideas work, how ideas grow, and how linking ideas may impact our creativity in practical and powerful ways.

13 live sessions on topics such as creativity, ideation, next-gen thinking tools, the frontiers of extended cognition, the joys and importance of culture, note-making, zettelkasten, crafting time, and much more.

When you register for this event, we'll add you to our newsletter where we share insights and resources on how to improve at linking your thinking. The newsletter goes out every week and you can unsubscribe at any time of course.

 

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