7th June 2017, 9:30am to 12:30pm

Supervising Research: Supporting HDR students academic reading and literature review

The aim of this workshop is to provide you with tools to support your HDRs in reading and thinking about literature, so that timely completion (by census) is achieved.

  • Category: Seminars or Workshops

Suitable for:  Those new to or considering supervision of HDR candidates

This practical workshop is presented by Pam Mort, Learning Advisor with the Learning Centre at UNSW, and will comprise two main areas:

1.    Understanding your HDR and their reading practice – best reading practice, techniques of reading (including note taking and analysis), implications of reading style, how to support your student to achieve census date (tips and traps)
2.    Understanding why reading matters to the process of Annotated Bibliography, Literature, Proposal, Confirmation.

You will be asked to examine some examples of reading styles, discuss possible strategies to deal with these and then determine your own approaches to working with research students.

To express your interest in attending the next offering of this workshop, please contact researcherdevelopment@unsw.edu.au

Registration Closing Date: 2nd June 2017, 4pm

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