Monthly Archives: April 2012

Advancing Research Supervision practice by looking backwards

When academics move into the realm of research supervision as part of their professional practice, they do so with an established body of knowledge about this aspect of academic practice, which they have acquired through their own experiences of undertaking … Continue reading

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Looking at how you learn

I am pitching this particular tool for about the second month of candidature. By this time, a research student will have had a chance to understand the requirements of their particular research degree and perhaps started to get underway with … Continue reading

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