Over the years I’ve created a number of resources I share often with students, colleagues, and mentees. Most of them relate to professional development, self-assessment, and job-hunting; all of them are tools I use myself, not just things I tell other people to do. I’m gathering them here, for convenient reference, in a single post — one that you can bookmark, and that I can update and add to as I develop new resources. All links will open in a new window, and are to PDFs unless otherwise noted.
Airtable database template for job-hunting (view-only link; you can copy this base and customize the tables/fields for your own job-search needs)
How to Read an Article (especially good for those who are starting grad school or professional certificate programs with a heavy reading load)
Advice on attending conferences (includes guidance on handshaking and other in-person stuff, a lot of which I realize is now pretty obsolete)
For copies of course syllabi and other teaching materials, please visit my Teaching page.