Monthly Archives: March 2011

Modelling Project management skills – 5 strategies for juggling multiple priorities and managing time.

In an ideal world, a research student would be able to just focus their energies on completing their research, but in the reality of contemporary university life, doing research is often part of a juggling act between lecturing, managing a … Continue reading

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Making sure that there is sufficient Ph in a PhD

I have spent the past four weeks hosting communities of practice around the questions of ‘what is research?’ and ‘what is research supervision?’. It surprised me when these discussions embraced issues such as paradigm, that some research supervisors in the … Continue reading

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