The course lasts about 4 hours – and it is packed with information. There are 6 sections, each with a number of videos and worksheets. Then, there is also a section with “extra’s”: 3 additional classes (videos of about 40 minutes each), and the success guides for your reference on the 6 topics of the course.
What are the 6 sections of the course?
In a series of 6 videos, you learn how to replace stress and fear of failure with confidence and control. This module helps you to set yourself up for success in your literature review, and ultimately in your PhD.
This set contains 8 videos, in which you learn how to keep your literature review organized. You learn how to organize your references, both your hard copies and soft copies, and make sure you can find each and every paper right when you need it.
When you type in your search keys, you can get thousands of results back. In 7 videos, you learn how to weed through the output and snatch the papers you need for your research.
How should you read, how should you not read, and how can you increase faster and get a better comprehension of the papers you read? Ben teaches you the ins and outs of absorbing information in 10 videos.
One of the most important aspects of your PhD studies is writing – and in these 8 short videos you learn all the tools to communicate your ideas clearly on paper.
Better and better, every day and in every way… With 7 videos you learn how to use the skills you learned during the course to keep on improving your research.
The brilliant part of this course is that it is short. It takes only 4 hours to get an overview of all skills: no beating about the bush, but clear advice. The course covers theory as well as tutorials for practical applications. To make sure you turn the course into practice, every video has actionable goals, and every module finishes with a recap of what you need to start doing.
Ben has been studying the literature review for 4 years, and he has been blogging about the topic for 3 years: he is the go-to resource for anything related with the literature review. And now his knowledge is offered to you in this boot camp course.
*I’m using an affiliate link for this course. To make sure I’m not simply trying to sell you something, I actually went through the whole course myself, and I was delighted with what I saw (even took a few notes for myself). I wholeheartedly support this course, and -most of all- I love to share excellent resources with you, so that you can succeed in your PhD.