Job Search in Academe: Strategic Rhetorics for Faculty Job Candidates
A practical guide to the application process for those seeking an academic post in North America. From identifying sources of information to advising on the preparation of effective CVs and portfolios, through guidance on interviews to negotiating terms, the authors provide insider advice.
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BECOMING LITERATE IN THE EMPLOYMENT LINE
THE APPLICATION PROCESS
THE PROFESSIONAL CONFERENCE INTERVIEW
Scenarios Tricky Cues for AdLibs Anticipated Faculty Interview Questions
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