Today’s release of sharing in Dossier is just the latest installment in the growing bundle of connections between the lifelong Dossier product for scholars and the Interfolio faculty information system.
How can applicants on the academic job market make their search easier? Based on direct primary research Interfolio’s done into our Dossier users’ experiences seeking academic jobs, we’ve highlighted some of our key findings in an infographic, Dossier and the Academic Job Market.
Highlights and answers to common questions asked during our recent free webinar on Interfolio’s free Dossier and Dossier Deliver for academic job seekers—collecting recommendation letters, sending deliveries, and more.
The best faculty applications are self-assured and well-curated. Every assertion and bit of evidence contained therein should be part of your coherent argument, and the argument goes like this: I’m already putting my mark on my field. I’ll be a good colleague. I’m ready.
You might have entered grad school feeling like a professional in your field already. Or you may have come in with little idea of what you wanted to do at the end of your program. Either way, your eventual job market experience will be much easier if you start building your portfolio of application materials sooner, rather than later.
We’ve just put out a new free webinar explaining how career centers and academic graduate departments can help their students easily deliver confidential letters and application materials anywhere—and get a discount.
As of today, we have remade Interfolio’s Dossier product for individual scholars into a more valuable offering that includes both free and premium versions—making Dossier more affordable for the majority of candidates on the job market.
We want to highlight a recent development in Interfolio’s Dossier product, the academic portfolio software we’ve offered since 1999, that will support career development for scholars at institutions using our shared governance platform: institutional guidelines for review, promotion, and tenure.