This second revised edition of The Good Supervisor is research- and practice- based. It can help situate you as a supervisor in the current research literature in the field of research, learning and supervisory practices. It is based on several dynamic sources and uses research evidence-based information from the work of a wide range of international researchers, scholars and practitioners engaged with research learning, and particularly the learning and research practices of postgraduate students and supervisors. It is also based on my own research and that of my colleagues on major funded and unfunded, linked projects into doctoral learning, supervisory practices and examining practices. It is more firmly founded in my own research than the first edition, because part of my own research journey has been to delve further into the research learning and supervisory-oriented research literature and to develop, manage and research for a number of projects, from which have arisen a number of conference papers and publications, and other projects.
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- Supervision and research learning: differences and issues
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