Many scholars dedicate their summers to writing, researching, and recuperating from the school year. But summer is also prime time for graduate students and other young scholars to catch up on some professional development projects. Josh Boldt of Vitae offers eight easy and rewarding ways to maximize your summer, including:
- Create a personal website. Read this GradPost article about more ways to manage your digital reputation.
- Join Twitter and use it. Learn more about how to use Twitter to create a personal learning network here.
- Write guest posts for websites (such as Vitae or the GradPost!). This is a great way to build a professional network and increase the audience for your research.
Read the full list of summer to-dos here.