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Supervising doctorates downunder: concluding comments


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Denholm, CJ and Evans, T 2007 , 'Supervising doctorates downunder: concluding comments', in CJ Denholm and T Evans (eds.), Supervising doctorates downunder: keys to effective supervision in Australia and New Zealand , ACER Press, Camberwell, Victoria, pp. 269-271.

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Supervising research candidates is a process that renews and revitalises the
supervisors. They learn from their candidates' findings, are challenged by their
new ideas and approaches, and vicariously celebrate their achievements. This
book has covered many aspects of ensuring that supervising doctoral candidates
is a mutually successful experience. It shares with its companion volume for
candidates, Doctorates downunder, an intention to provide useful help and advice
to supervisors from experienced people. It does so in plain English and within
a structure that moves from a general portrayal of doctoral education through
particular matters that affect or comprise the supervisor's lot.

Item Type: Book Section
Authors/Creators:Denholm, CJ and Evans, T
Publisher: ACER Press
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Text © 2007 Carey Denholm and Terry Evans
Design and typography © 2007 ACER Press

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