Natalie Houston, writing in the Chronicle of Higher Education, offers advice on using the summer to restart your research and writing:
One of the best ways to get back to a research project that’s been cooling off for a while is to work a little bit on it most days. Doing some bibliography searches, free-writing in an idea notebook, or reviewing your last set of research notes even for just 20 minutes each day can help restart your creative and critical processes.
The article is on line at: http://chronicle.com/blogs/profhacker/how-to-restart-your-research-this-summer
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