Monthly Archives: June 2011

Modelling the value of project planning by having a project plan for your supervision

Developing a research proposal is often an arduous task for a research student. This may be their first exposure to academic writing and they may have some difficulty in addressing this particular aspect of a research degree. In the beginning … Continue reading

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Authorship- who has actually written the dissertation?

For many research degree candidates, the skills of writing a dissertation are not innate. They are acquired across the course of the research student’s candidature, using a predominant learning model that involves the research student providing samples of their academic … Continue reading

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