When you start your work as a research student, you are making a great leap upwards into a more complex and demanding level of learning, just as you did when starting a degree, or the work that preceded it. It is, therefore, very useful to find out more about the learning demands of research-as-learning and about your own preferred or usual learning styles, strategies and approaches in relation to those demands.
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