Come as you are or create an alter-ego (or both) but be sure to get into the conversation. Edge for Scholars is now optimized with user profiles (including the NEW feature to add your social network accounts), comment tracking, deep tagging and rewards for being an active member of the community. We know you’re not shy. Bring your best advice and insights and pick up some new ideas.
We’re working to be your go-to for candid commentary, practical advice, tough love, and peer connections for doing life as a researcher in academics.
Join the conversation.
Register and Create a Profile
See that Register button in the top right? Click that. All you need to get started is an email address. You can use your real name or pick an anonymous screen name. (Or, if you want to be a double agent, create two accounts, one real and one pseudononymous.) This lets you post, comment, subscribe to editions, and like posts.
Add your Twitter handle, LinkedIn profile, lab website, PubMed bibliography, or any other place online you hang out. You can add up to five connections.
Universities, institutions, and large groups can create their own edition of the site, which houses material that goes into the main feed as well as content that’s private to that edition, so that only subscribers are able to read it. Subscribe to editions after you finish filling out your profile, or find them at any time by clicking “All Editions” under your username in the top right of any page.
Got something to say? Speak up! All registered users can post using the New Post link at the top of each page. You can post questions, links, commentary, book recommendations–whatever floats your boat. Check out other posts or the list of tags in the right sidebar to get a sense of the content we cultivate.
Got lots to say? We’re looking for bloggers to write regular columns. Check out our guidelines and send us your stuff.
Edge for Scholars is your place for candid discussions about life in academics. Stick around to strategize how to get funded, ask your questions about effective networking, give your tips for getting that paper out, and enjoy interacting with your peers.
See you on the Edge!