Productivity and wellbeing guidance for Honours, Masters and PhD students.
Based on scientific evidence and best practice psychology principles.
Covers topics that international data shows are the most common problems faced by graduate researchers including procrastination, career uncertainty, isolation, work-life balance and more.
Helps graduate researchers to understand when they may need more support and identify where they can find it at their own university.
By combining productivity and wellbeing guidance in the one app, we capture graduate researchers who are not in crisis and so are better positioned to receive, consider and enact proactive wellbeing strategies.
We work with your faculty, school, university or research group to access broad data about the topics that are of concern to your students.
We provide general productivity and wellbeing metrics about the student cohort.
On request we can provide overview reports on app use, productivity and wellbeing after one month of use, three months of use or six months of use.
Graduate students report experiencing psychological distress during their candidature at much higher rates than others their age. Our content takes a proactive approach to this, providing graduate students with a structure for tracking progress, encouraging goal setting and using evidence-based principles to identify then develop strategies to overcome problems.
Every aspect of Write Smarter: Feel Better is based on scientific evidence and best practice psychology principles. We regularly partner with universities to research the impact and effectiveness of our digital tools.