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Occasionally we get questions that are about the on-topic areas listed in the help center, but that are considered off-topic here because an expert answer to such a question would come from an expert in something else (not academia.)

For example,

Should we add another item to this list in the help center

However, please do not ask questions about

  • Undergraduate-specific issues that could not apply to graduate or post-graduate academicians
  • Suggestions or recommendations for a university, journal, or research topic (a "shopping question")
  • Preparation for a non-academic career ("What graduate degree will help me get a job as X?")
  • The content of your research, rather than the process of doing research

specifying that this kind of question is off-topic?

For example, we might add

Subjects that require expertise from another domain, that could not reasonably be answered by experts in academia. For example, questions about affecting academics that require expertise in law to answer should be asked at Law Stack ExchangeLaw Stack Exchange, not here. Similarly, questions about affecting academics that require medical expertise to answer should be asked at Health Stack Exchange, not here.

Occasionally we get questions that are about the on-topic areas listed in the help center, but that are considered off-topic here because an expert answer to such a question would come from an expert in something else (not academia.)

For example,

Should we add another item to this list in the help center

However, please do not ask questions about

  • Undergraduate-specific issues that could not apply to graduate or post-graduate academicians
  • Suggestions or recommendations for a university, journal, or research topic (a "shopping question")
  • Preparation for a non-academic career ("What graduate degree will help me get a job as X?")
  • The content of your research, rather than the process of doing research

specifying that this kind of question is off-topic?

For example, we might add

Subjects that require expertise from another domain, that could not reasonably be answered by experts in academia. For example, questions about affecting academics that require expertise in law to answer should be asked at Law Stack Exchange, not here. Similarly, questions about affecting academics that require medical expertise to answer should be asked at Health Stack Exchange, not here.

Occasionally we get questions that are about the on-topic areas listed in the help center, but that are considered off-topic here because an expert answer to such a question would come from an expert in something else (not academia.)

For example,

Should we add another item to this list in the help center

However, please do not ask questions about

  • Undergraduate-specific issues that could not apply to graduate or post-graduate academicians
  • Suggestions or recommendations for a university, journal, or research topic (a "shopping question")
  • Preparation for a non-academic career ("What graduate degree will help me get a job as X?")
  • The content of your research, rather than the process of doing research

specifying that this kind of question is off-topic?

For example, we might add

Subjects that require expertise from another domain, that could not reasonably be answered by experts in academia. For example, questions about affecting academics that require expertise in law to answer should be asked at Law Stack Exchange, not here. Similarly, questions about affecting academics that require medical expertise to answer should be asked at Health Stack Exchange, not here.

3 replaced http://health.stackexchange.com/ with https://health.stackexchange.com/
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Occasionally we get questions that are about the on-topic areas listed in the help center, but that are considered off-topic here because an expert answer to such a question would come from an expert in something else (not academia.)

For example,

Should we add another item to this list in the help center

However, please do not ask questions about

  • Undergraduate-specific issues that could not apply to graduate or post-graduate academicians
  • Suggestions or recommendations for a university, journal, or research topic (a "shopping question")
  • Preparation for a non-academic career ("What graduate degree will help me get a job as X?")
  • The content of your research, rather than the process of doing research

specifying that this kind of question is off-topic?

For example, we might add

Subjects that require expertise from another domain, that could not reasonably be answered by experts in academia. For example, questions about affecting academics that require expertise in law to answer should be asked at Law Stack Exchange, not here. Similarly, questions about affecting academics that require medical expertise to answer should be asked at Health Stack ExchangeHealth Stack Exchange, not here.

Occasionally we get questions that are about the on-topic areas listed in the help center, but that are considered off-topic here because an expert answer to such a question would come from an expert in something else (not academia.)

For example,

Should we add another item to this list in the help center

However, please do not ask questions about

  • Undergraduate-specific issues that could not apply to graduate or post-graduate academicians
  • Suggestions or recommendations for a university, journal, or research topic (a "shopping question")
  • Preparation for a non-academic career ("What graduate degree will help me get a job as X?")
  • The content of your research, rather than the process of doing research

specifying that this kind of question is off-topic?

For example, we might add

Subjects that require expertise from another domain, that could not reasonably be answered by experts in academia. For example, questions about affecting academics that require expertise in law to answer should be asked at Law Stack Exchange, not here. Similarly, questions about affecting academics that require medical expertise to answer should be asked at Health Stack Exchange, not here.

Occasionally we get questions that are about the on-topic areas listed in the help center, but that are considered off-topic here because an expert answer to such a question would come from an expert in something else (not academia.)

For example,

Should we add another item to this list in the help center

However, please do not ask questions about

  • Undergraduate-specific issues that could not apply to graduate or post-graduate academicians
  • Suggestions or recommendations for a university, journal, or research topic (a "shopping question")
  • Preparation for a non-academic career ("What graduate degree will help me get a job as X?")
  • The content of your research, rather than the process of doing research

specifying that this kind of question is off-topic?

For example, we might add

Subjects that require expertise from another domain, that could not reasonably be answered by experts in academia. For example, questions about affecting academics that require expertise in law to answer should be asked at Law Stack Exchange, not here. Similarly, questions about affecting academics that require medical expertise to answer should be asked at Health Stack Exchange, not here.

2 replaced http://academia.stackexchange.com/ with https://academia.stackexchange.com/
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Occasionally we get questions that are about the on-topic areas listed in the help centerhelp center, but that are considered off-topic here because an expert answer to such a question would come from an expert in something else (not academia.)

For example,

Should we add another item to this list in the help center

However, please do not ask questions about

  • Undergraduate-specific issues that could not apply to graduate or post-graduate academicians
  • Suggestions or recommendations for a university, journal, or research topic (a "shopping question")
  • Preparation for a non-academic career ("What graduate degree will help me get a job as X?")
  • The content of your research, rather than the process of doing research

specifying that this kind of question is off-topic?

For example, we might add

Subjects that require expertise from another domain, that could not reasonably be answered by experts in academia. For example, questions about affecting academics that require expertise in law to answer should be asked at Law Stack Exchange, not here. Similarly, questions about affecting academics that require medical expertise to answer should be asked at Health Stack Exchange, not here.

Occasionally we get questions that are about the on-topic areas listed in the help center, but that are considered off-topic here because an expert answer to such a question would come from an expert in something else (not academia.)

For example,

Should we add another item to this list in the help center

However, please do not ask questions about

  • Undergraduate-specific issues that could not apply to graduate or post-graduate academicians
  • Suggestions or recommendations for a university, journal, or research topic (a "shopping question")
  • Preparation for a non-academic career ("What graduate degree will help me get a job as X?")
  • The content of your research, rather than the process of doing research

specifying that this kind of question is off-topic?

For example, we might add

Subjects that require expertise from another domain, that could not reasonably be answered by experts in academia. For example, questions about affecting academics that require expertise in law to answer should be asked at Law Stack Exchange, not here. Similarly, questions about affecting academics that require medical expertise to answer should be asked at Health Stack Exchange, not here.

Occasionally we get questions that are about the on-topic areas listed in the help center, but that are considered off-topic here because an expert answer to such a question would come from an expert in something else (not academia.)

For example,

Should we add another item to this list in the help center

However, please do not ask questions about

  • Undergraduate-specific issues that could not apply to graduate or post-graduate academicians
  • Suggestions or recommendations for a university, journal, or research topic (a "shopping question")
  • Preparation for a non-academic career ("What graduate degree will help me get a job as X?")
  • The content of your research, rather than the process of doing research

specifying that this kind of question is off-topic?

For example, we might add

Subjects that require expertise from another domain, that could not reasonably be answered by experts in academia. For example, questions about affecting academics that require expertise in law to answer should be asked at Law Stack Exchange, not here. Similarly, questions about affecting academics that require medical expertise to answer should be asked at Health Stack Exchange, not here.

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