"This handout ... provides a detailed outline of how to construct a research study, focused to manuscripts concerning an English as a Foreign Language [education-related topic], using quantitative or qualitative methodology, or both" (Abstract, 2916.07.28).
people perceive the best listeners to be those who periodically ask questions that promote discovery and insight. These questions gently challenge old assumptions, but do so in a constructive way
Constructive interactive listening strategies: inquire, "challenge old assumptions," and seek new discoveries and insights (Zenger & Folkman, 2016, Good listening is much more ..., ¶1, 2016.07.26 [JST]).
"Recently, academics are receiving an increasing number of email invitations to submit papers. While some are legitimate announcements from reputable organizations, many are a new kind of spam from what Beall (2012) calls “predatory publishers” (p. 179). Basically, they track you down through the titles of your work and invite you to submit manuscripts. They promise quick turnaround and imply guaranteed acceptance. If you are a novice researcher, you might be flattered into submitting. However, you may find later that there is a hefty fee. We wrote this paper to help you identify suspicious solicitations so that you can avoid being duped" (¶1).
The video in this post introduced the APA's institutional mega-service!
Do you have any hands-on experience? If so, what are your impressions? Does it compare favorably with other reference management tools or suites?