| academia | - A researcher's paradise!

| academia | - A researcher's paradise!

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This is the organizational system I wish I had during my MSc.

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During graduate school, there was always a paper to read, a study to coordinate and a conference to attend. And…for the most part, at least in my experience, these areas of research were always so disjointed. In my mind, it made sense to connect the abstract with the manuscript that I presented at that conference that year ALONGSIDE my schedule. Don’t get me wrong, Excel is and will always be an old and trusted friend…but it just doesn't allow for the flexibility and accessibility of information that Notion does. If when working on a manuscript you, like me, want to be know what abstracts are linked to it, where it has been submitted or presented, and what other research papers informed or guided the work - this template is for you! Not only that, this template will connect it all back to project-specific timelines. Just imagine how far this system could go during meetings with supervisors, PIs, students and lab mates!

  • Who is the template for?

This template is for any and all academic researchers - those starting out who want to hit the ground running, or those who have tested and tried other systems that just didn't seem to get the job done!

  • What problems does the template address? How does the template address these issues?

If you're in research, you know that studies are 10% intellectual curiosity and 90% project management. But all too often, the project management side of things takes a back seat. This system allows researchers to coordinate and manage all relevant research areas from one place. Abstracts, presentations, manuscripts, grants AND task schedules are all interconnected. You'll never lose track of project status, tasks or associated project outputs!

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During graduate school, there was always a paper to read, a study to coordinate and a conference to attend. And…for the most part, at least in my experience, these areas of research were always so disjointed. In my mind, it made sense to connect the abstract with the manuscript that I presented at that conference that year ALONGSIDE my schedule. Don’t get me wrong, Excel is and will always be an old and trusted friend…but it just doesn't allow for the flexibility and accessibility of information that Notion does. If when working on a manuscript you, like me, want to be know what abstracts are linked to it, where it has been submitted or presented, and what other research papers informed or guided the work - this template is for you! Not only that, this template will connect it all back to project-specific timelines. Just imagine how far this system could go during meetings with supervisors, PIs, students and lab mates!

  • Who is the template for?

This template is for any and all academic researchers - those starting out who want to hit the ground running, or those who have tested and tried other systems that just didn't seem to get the job done!

  • What problems does the template address? How does the template address these issues?

If you're in research, you know that studies are 10% intellectual curiosity and 90% project management. But all too often, the project management side of things takes a back seat. This system allows researchers to coordinate and manage all relevant research areas from one place. Abstracts, presentations, manuscripts, grants AND task schedules are all interconnected. You'll never lose track of project status, tasks or associated project outputs!

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