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How to create a CV that is compelling, well-organised and easy to read

It is important to keep in mind that academic CVs are not just for job-searching. You will regularly need to update your CV and to adapt it for various purposes such as awards, fellowships, publishing, grant applications and public speaking. So it is usually a good idea to refresh and perhaps overhaul your CV every six months or so.

The blog site for Elsevier Journal publishing has posted a guide on what to consider when reviewing and updating your CV, to create one that is compelling, well-organised and easy to read. We give you a summary of what is involved.

The general advice for refreshing your CV is to consider three areas:-
1. Length
2. Structure
3. Formatting.

The post goes on to consider the following points when editing your CV to make it a compelling read, giving you an example of what you should list in each section:-

publications
research
– honours and recognitions
– funding
– teaching
– administrative experience
– professional experience
– professional affiliations and memberships
attendance at conferences and seminars.

In the closing section of the post there is a list of references to click through to, one of which is a link to a presentation by Dr Wendy Perry. The link no longer works. However, you can access a PDF handout which includes the key points referenced in the Elsevier blog article.

Click here to read the full blog post on the Elsevier blog.

É importante ter em mente que currículos acadêmicos não são apenas para trabalho de pesquisa. Você vai regularmente necessidade de atualizar o seu CV e adaptá-lo para diversos fins, tais como prêmios, bolsas, publicação, pedidos de subvenção e falar em público. Por isso, é geralmente uma boa idéia para atualizar e talvez reformular o seu CV a cada seis meses ou assim.

O site de blog para publicação Elsevier Journal publicou um guia sobre o que considerar ao revisar e atualizar seu CV, para criar um que é atraente, bem organizado e de fácil leitura. Nós damos-lhe um resumo do que está envolvido.

O conselho geral para refrescar o seu CV é considerar três áreas: –
1. Comprimento
2. Estrutura
3. Formatação.

O post continua a considerar os seguintes pontos ao editar o seu CV para torná-lo uma leitura atraente, dando-lhe um exemplo do que você deve listar em cada seção: –

– publicações
– pesquisa
– honras e reconhecimentos
– financiamento
– ensino
– Experiência administrativa
– experiência profissional
– Afiliações profissionais e associações
– A participação em conferências e seminários.

Na seção de fechamento do post há uma lista de referências a clicar para, um dos quais é um link para uma apresentação pelo Dr. Wendy Perry. O link não funciona mais. No entanto, você pode acessar um folheto PDF que inclui os principais pontos mencionados no artigo de blog Elsevier.

Clique aqui para ler o post completo no blog Elsevier.[:de]It is important to keep in mind that academic CVs are not just for job-searching. You will regularly need to update your CV and to adapt it for various purposes such as awards, fellowships, publishing, grant applications and public speaking. So it is usually a good idea to refresh and perhaps overhaul your CV every six months or so.

The blog site for Elsevier Journal publishing has posted a guide on what to consider when reviewing and updating your CV, to create one that is compelling, well-organised and easy to read. We give you a summary of what is involved.

The general advice for refreshing your CV is to consider three areas:-
1. Length
2. Structure
3. Formatting.

The post goes on to consider the following points when editing your CV to make it a compelling read, giving you an example of what you should list in each section:-

– publications
– research
– honours and recognitions
– funding
– teaching
– administrative experience
– professional experience
– professional affiliations and memberships
– attendance at conferences and seminars.

In the closing section of the post there is a list of references to click through to, one of which is a link to a presentation by Dr Wendy Perry. The link no longer works. However, you can access a PDF handout which includes the key points referenced in the Elsevier blog article.

Click here to read the full blog post on the Elsevier blog.

Ważne jest, aby pamiętać, że CV akademickie są nie tylko dla miejsc pracy poszukiwań. Będziesz regularnie trzeba zaktualizować swoje CV i dostosować go do różnych celów, takich jak nagrody, stypendia, wydawnictwa, wniosków o dotacje oraz wystąpień publicznych. Tak to zwykle dobry pomysł, aby odświeżyć i być może remont swojego CV co sześć miesięcy.

Witryna blog dla wydawnictwa Elsevier Journal opublikował przewodnik na co zwrócić uwagę podczas przeglądu i aktualizacji swojego CV, aby stworzyć taki, który jest atrakcyjne, dobrze zorganizowane i łatwe do odczytania. Dajemy Wam podsumowanie tego, co jest zaangażowana.

Ogólna rada dla orzeźwiający swoje CV jest rozważenie trzech obszarach: –
1. Długość
2. Struktura
3. Formatowanie.

Post idzie rozważyć następujące punkty podczas edycji swoje CV, aby mu przekonujące odczytu, daje przykład tego, co należy wymienić w każdej sekcji: –

– publikacje
– Badania
– zaszczyty i wyróżnienia
– finansowanie
– nauczanie
– Doświadczenie administracyjne
– doświadczenie zawodowe
– Profesjonalne przynależności i członkostwa
– Uczestnictwo w konferencjach i seminariach.

W sekcji zamknięcia posterunku znajduje się lista odnośników do przechodzenia na, z których jeden znajduje się link do prezentacji dr Wendy Perry. Link już nie działa. Jednakże, można uzyskać dostęp do materiałów informacyjnych w formacie PDF, który zawiera najważniejsze punkty, do których odwołuje się artykuł napisany Elsevier.

Kliknij tutaj, aby przeczytać cały wpis na blogu na blogu Elsevier.

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