Wisker, Gina; Kiley, Margaret
Most research into research supervision practice focuses on functional, collegial or problematic power-related experiences. Work developing the supervisory role concentrates on new supervisors, and on taught development and support programmes. Most literature on academics' professional learning concentrates on learning to be a university teacher and, latterly, a researcher. However, the research supervisor's role is constantly evolving in response to experiences with students, and reflection on...[Show more]
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