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The postgraduate research handbook : succeed with your MA, MPhil, EdD and PhD
Introduction - FIRST STAGE - Starting Research - Starting Your Own Postgraduate Research - Choosing the Right Research Degree - Choosing Your Supervisor - Writing a Research Proposal - SECOND STAGE -Expand
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The postgraduate research handbook
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The good supervisor: supervising postgraduate and undergraduate research for doctoral theses and dissertations
Acknowledgements Introduction PART I: FIRST STAGES OF RESEARCH SUPERVISION - GETTING STARTED Supervision and Research Learning: Differences and Issues Supervisors and Sustainability: Working TogetherExpand
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Threshold concepts in research education and evidence of threshold crossing
Most work on threshold concepts has hitherto related to discipline‐specific undergraduate education, however, the idea of generic doctoral‐level threshold concepts appeared to us to provide a strongExpand
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The Good Supervisor
This research based book explores theories and practices of supervision. Based on action research 1998-2004 research interviews with supervisors workshop work and literature reviewing in the subjectExpand
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Postgraduate research success: communities of practice involving cohorts, guardian supervisors and online communities
Traditionally, supervisors work with students on an individual basis and postgraduate development programmes are run on site. However, with increasing numbers of part‐time and international students,Expand
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From Supervisory Dialogues to Successful PhDs: Strategies supporting and enabling the learning conversations of staff and students at postgraduate level
Results from action research conducted at APU largely with Israeli PhD students, start to identify good practice in supervisory dialogues, peer support and in facilitative strategies as part ofExpand
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Empowering Women in Higher Education
This work examines issues that concern women students and staff in higher education. Divided into two sections, it focuses on women students and their experiences, and then looks at staff, and issuesExpand
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Developing doctoral authors: engaging with theoretical perspectives through the literature review
The literature review is arguably the place in a thesis where doctoral authors convincingly engage with theory and theoretical perspectives underlying their research, situating their own contributionExpand
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Working One-to-One with Students: Supervising, Coaching, Mentoring, and Personal Tutoring
Coaching Skills and Supporting Learners. Mentoring Students and Developing Student Mentors. Supervising Undergraduate Projects and Dissertations. Supervising and Supporting Independent Learning.Expand
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