Kia ora koutou, hope everyone is doing as well as possible in these trying times. As researchers we are often thinking about ways to avoid distractions but sometimes a bit of distraction can be welcome, and this is one of those times. With that in mind, I thought it would be nice to offer some research-themed light relief so I’ve been searching the internet to see what I could come up with, and here are a couple of recommendations:
Pubs and Publications has a fun quiz: What kind of annoying PhD candidate are you? (I was a ‘c’)
If you are looking for development opportunities while we are locked down, just a reminder that GRS and our friends at Libraries and Learning Success are still running student workshops, which have been moved online where possible. Check out elab to see what’s available (please bear with us: we have updated most of our records but we are still catching up so some may still be showing as on-campus). If you haven’t already had a look at our Online Resources page on Student Hub Online, head on over to check out videos and other resources on a range of research topics.
Kia atawhai, kia tūpato, kia haumaru (be kind, be careful, be safe)