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Sale, AHJ (2007) Graduate Research Manual 2007. Manual. University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia. (Unpublished)

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Abstract

The 2005 version of this Graduate Research Manual was joint winner of first prize as 'best induction manual' at the Annual Coordinators Day in November 2005. The manual is addressed to Graduate Research candidates. You are a Graduate Research candidate if you are enrolled in a PhD, or a Master degree by research. Candidates enrolled in a Master degree by coursework, the Master of Information Technology, a Graduate Diploma, or an Honours year, are not Graduate Research candidates. This manual should be read in conjunction with the University's Graduate Research Resource Book. You should have received a free copy of this publication when you enrolled. If you did not, you should obtain a current copy from the Graduate Research Unit in the Administration Building on the Hobart Campus, or from Student Administration in Launceston. It is also available on the Web for download or browsing at http://www.admin.utas.edu.au/HANDBOOKS/UTASHANDBOOKS/GR/01.html . The Graduate Research Resource Book contains a comprehensive statement of official university policies and procedures with respect to postgraduate candidature and outlines the responsibilities of supervisors and candidates. It also contains important information about progress, variations in your enrolment, preparation of the thesis for examination, and guidelines for proper scientific conduct. This manual is designed to inform you about additional policies and procedures in the School that are relevant to GR candidature. It also includes information about how to obtain access to School and University resources. It is not a substitute for the University Graduate Research Resource Book, though it attempts to summarize some of the policies in that handbook and make them more accessible. Nothing in this manual can over-ride a requirement of the Graduate Research Resource Book.

Item Type: Report (Manual)
Keywords: Graduate Research, Doctor of Philosophy, PhD, departmental manual, school manual, research higher degree, research master, masters degree, school handbook, guide to research, computing, ICT, computer science
Publisher: University of Tasmania
Identification Number - DOI: Version 7.1
Date Deposited: 15 Mar 2007
Last Modified: 18 Nov 2014 03:13
URI: http://eprints.utas.edu.au/id/eprint/851
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