Email: Do It Well

Julia Phillippi, PhD

Recently I picked up Send: Why People Email so Badly and How to Do It Better; it turned out to be very useful.

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Productivity Tip #6: I'm Not Telling You to Lie

The Edge for Scholars

You don’t have to say you are away to use your “out of office” feature. You just have to be bold. My favorite flavor of bold is the Texan …

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Nine New Year's Resolutions for Academics

Fighty Squirrel, PhD, Awe.Some.

Think, write, teach, discover and read. These are the things we love and why we joined this great profession, but so many things are in your way and killing your …

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Prevent the Email Faux Pas That Gets You Fired: Read Send

Rebecca Helton

Did you know that signing an email with “Sincerely” instead of “Best regards” can irrevocably alter your relationship with a colleague?  Or that “please” and “thank you” can be anything …

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57 Ways to Sign Off on an Email

The Edge for Scholars

Of course, you've all read Send and have a firm grounding in email etiquette.  Now it's time for a special seminar.  The topic?  Closings, the often overlooked cherry on the …

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Finding Email Equilibrium

Rebecca Helton

Since we're all talking about taming our email, this week's Link of the Week is an essay from Inside Higher Ed on Finding Email Equilibrium.

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