This is the second edition of The Good Supervisor, updating the first edition (2005), a book built on research and experience, which I am pleased to learn has been an essential text for many supervisors (and also research students). Since the first edition of this book was finished in 2004 and published in 2005, supervision has become an extremely topical issue and one which is now significantly more research-informed, considered from a diverse range of angles and issues, and firmly embedded as a development activity in universities worldwide. This new edition moves beyond the first edition and beyond several other books on the market which provide ‘advice’ to supervisors, in ensuring that there is a firm research base both in my own UK and international research, and in that of UK and international colleagues. The research base makes the most of my own and close colleagues’ research and practice in supervision, and postgraduate research learning.
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