Monthly Archives: October 2012

Evaluating your own research supervision practice

In some parts of this blog I have looked at a set of analytical tools for ascertaining your student’s progress. In the professional capacity of being a research supervisor it is also important to ascertain your own progress as a … Continue reading

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How do you recognise the problems of research supervision?

Research supervision poses a range of problems. If a problem is recognised, a supervisor often draws on their repertoire of practice to come up with a way to address the problem. Sometimes this involves drawing on your own experiences of … Continue reading

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