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CTE Faculty Wellness Workshop Series. Spring 2021

This guide will provide links to documents, recordings, and additional resources shared through a faculty wellness workshop series.

Related Resources

Baird, B., Smallwood, J., Mrazek, M. D., Kam, J. W., Franklin, M. S., & Schooler, J. W. (2012). Inspired by distraction: Mind wandering facilitates creative incubation. Psychological Science, 23(10), 1117-1122.  

Belcher, W. L. (2019). Writing your journal article in twelve weeks: A guide to academic publishing success. University of Chicago Press. 

Berg, M., & Seeber, B. (2016). The slow professor : Challenging the culture of speed in the academy. Call No. LB2331.7 .B47 2016  

Boice, R. (2000). Advice for new faculty members : Nihil nimus. Boston: Allyn and Bacon. Call No.  LB1778.2 .B63 2000  

Boice, R. (1990). Professors as writers : A self-help guide to productive writing. Stillwater, Okla., U.S.A.: New Forums Press Call No. PN151 .B65 1990

Driscoll, D. L., Leigh, R. S. & Zamin, N. (2020) “Self Care as Ethical Professionalization: A Case of Doctoral Education in Composition Studies.” College Composition and Communication (CCC), Vol 71(3) 453-480. 

Jalongo, M., & Saracho, O. (2016). Writing for publication : Transitions and tools that support scholars' success   Call No P301.5.A27 J35 2016

Silvia, P. (2007). How to write a lot : A practical guide to productive academic writing (1st ed.). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. Call No   PE1408 .S48787 2007

Tulley, C. E. (2018). How writing faculty write: Strategies for process, product, and productivity. University Press of Colorado.