The Experience of Disseminating the Results of Doctoral Research

  title={The Experience of Disseminating the Results of Doctoral Research},
  author={Stephen Dinham and Catherine Elizabeth Scott},
  journal={Journal of Further and Higher Education},
  pages={45 - 55}
  • S. Dinham, C. Scott
  • Published 1 February 2001
  • Education
  • Journal of Further and Higher Education
Postgraduate study is something of growth industry with, worldwide, a substantial increase in the number of courses offered and students enrolled (Kerlin, 1995). A substantial part of the requirements for the successful completion of a research degree is that the research conducted should be in some way original and also make a worthwhile contribution to knowledge. Given these requirements it would be expected that the dissemination of the results of the research should be a routine part of the… 
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