At a recent doctoral student conference hosted by the Department of Arts at the University of the West of England, Professor Gina Wisker from the University of Brighton, author of the Postgraduate Research Handbook and The Good Supervisor, was invited to speak about her research.
The slides she used at the conference are reproduced here with permission.
What are examiners looking for? Supervisors and students learning from doctoral examining
Learning Journeys and success: Perspectives on conceptual threshold crossings for graduate students and supervisors- learning leaps and nudges
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