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The bibliography/reference handling system of TeX/LaTeX, including other versions such as bibLaTeX
Fees paid by students to academic institutes they attend to cover educational expenses.
On audio and/or video recordings of academic content, such as lectures or conference presentations.
Questions concerning the academic work environment. Do not use this for employment questions or questions relating to an industry career.
Cruel and/or violent mistreatment of a person or animal in researches or academic places.
Questions about professional etiquette, appropriate interpersonal behavior, or social graces/norms
Questions in relation to note-taking. Note-taking is the practice of recording information usually during lectures of from books to assist you to identify the important ideas from that source.
Concerning the freedom to research topics, publish papers and discuss findings free of external censorship or other pressure.
A set of formally and systematically prepared notes on a subject, usually for distribution to others. Do not use this tag for questions on taking notes during a lecture or course (use 'note-taking' in…
Questions about the interplay of modern technology (e.g., electronic devices) with academic life. Do not use this for technology used as a subject or means of research.
Community colleges offer short degree programs, typically two years or less and often focused on a vocational or technical skill.
Questions relating to academic tutoring or teaching.
On the diversity of academic disciplines, institutions, or events, including ethnic, gender, socioeconomic, geographical, or other kinds of diversity. Includes questions about diversity statements, in…
Research into a particular topic by a student, under direction of a professor, generally for class credit.
A qualifying (a.k.a. preliminary) exam is an exam that qualifies a student to continue studies at a higher level.
On standards or conventions specific to law as an academic discipline, and programs that lead to a degree in this field. Use 'legal-issues', not 'law', for questions on legal issues facing academics.
Questions relating to an academic major.
Questions about libraries, librarians, and the resources and services they provide.
A business school is a university-level institution or faculties, colleges, or departments within the university, that teach predominantly business courses that confers degrees in business administrat…
Scopus is an abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature run by elsevier.
Questions relating to university level online degrees.
A place to which one can upload code, manuscripts, data, or other materials for storage. Examples of respositories include GitHub (for code), Arxiv (for manuscripts), and Figshare (for any kind of res…
In academia going abroad means attending a position to study, teach and/or do research in another country
Questions relating to theory in an academic context.
Questions about bibliographic indexes, which are used to find and rank publications and their outlets.
These questions relate to maintaining other employment while working in Academia or to part-time post-graduate study while working full-time.
Questions concerning adjunct faculty, those with non-permanent, often part time, contractual positions with a university.
On standards or conventions specific to the higher education system in the Netherlands which differs in structure and style from the systems in other parts of the world.
Questions about research statements, such as might be included as part of a postdoc or faculty job application.
A field spanning biology, mathematics, computer science and statistics, focusing on the acquisition and analysis of biological data. For regular bioinformatics questions, visit our sister site Bioinfo…
On standards or conventions specific to the higher education system in Japan, which differs in structure and style from the systems in other parts of the world.
Concerning the external evaluation of an institution of higher learning by an accreditation authority.
Questions about posting or using materials released under Creative Commons licences.
Non-Tenure are full-time faculty positions that are called by a variety of names at different universities so you might see them advertised as non-tenure track, fixed term, limited term or contract po…
On standards and perceptions related to outward appearance (including clothing, weight, race, tattoos, or hairstyle) in academic environments. Use [academic-dress] for ceremonial clothing.
Questions about proper use of grammar specific to academic writing. General questions about grammar not specific to academia are off-topic, and will be close.