What to expect when you are invited to talk about your work.
Why is the keynote speech such a train wreck at most academic conferences?
When to ask for help and when to make the best of it.
Also in our weekly roundup of the best conversations from The Chronicle's discussion forums: When is a talk an "invited" talk?
Also in our weekly roundup of the best conversations from The Chronicle's discussion forums: interviewing at a Catholic institution; adjuncting in two departments at the same university; and other advice.
Also in our weekly roundup of the best conversations from The Chronicle's discussion forums: How to ask good questions at talks.
Why it’s the crucial part of any campus interview.
If you've spent any time at an academic conference, you've seen some less-than-stellar behavior. We asked an etiquette guru—Emily Post's great-great granddaughter!—for guidance on how to avoid being an offender.
Should you avoid repeating the same material in your campus job talk as you presented at the annual conference?
Also in our roundup of the best of the academic Web: How to shake the mid-grad school doldrums.
It’s not about the power, or the glory, or even the career advancement. For me, it all comes down to the loot.
No one expects oratorical brilliance, but it’s startling how bad many of these are. Follow this checklist to firm your talk up.
Also in our weekly roundup of the best Chronicle conversations: Why is online teaching so hard?
The shadow conference, opening today in Chicago, has already attracted plenty of attention. Who scrambles to put a thing like this together?
There are all sorts of fabulously smart people presenting at the MLA. But here are a few academics—and some Twitter accounts—we have our eyes on.