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Supervising doctorates downunder: keys to effective supervision in Australia and New Zealand

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Denholm, CJ and Evans, T (2007) Supervising doctorates downunder: keys to effective supervision in Australia and New Zealand. ACER Press, Camberwell, Victoria. ISBN 9780864314307

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Abstract

Supervising doctoral candidates is among the most important work that university staff can undertake. It is quite rightly regarded as the most significant and intensive teaching and mentoring experience accorded to an academic. The supervision of doctoral candidates thus represents an important and vital nexus where research
and teaching intersect, and is a well-spring from which the new generations of researchers flow and progress to assume key leadership roles within their disciplines throughout Australia, Aotearoa New Zealand and internationally.

Item Type: Book
Publisher: ACER Press
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Text © 2007 Carey Denholm and Terry Evans
Design and typography © 2007 ACER Press

Date Deposited: 07 Apr 2008 15:33
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