Enriching postgraduate teaching and learning

These sessions focus on the essentials of postgraduate research. The series is designed to address the seven principles of the Facilitating Excellence in Research Training framework and each seminar addresses one or more principles.

Authorship – Who writes the papers?

Authorship – Who writes papers? 5 may 2016

Echos/iLectures

Authorship – Who writes the papers – 1 September 2015 [.pdf – 51.2 kB]

Conflict Resolution

Copyright, plagiarism and self-plagiarism

Echos/iLectures

Culture, Language and the Whole Graduate Experience: Exploring best practices in international graduate supervision

Culture Language and the whole graduate experience 9 June 2016 [.pdf 1,298 kB]

Format My Thesis – The Essentials

Presented by Michael Done Format My Thesis The Essentials – Workshop Outline v3 3 December 2015

Grants

Human Research Ethics

Echos/iLectures

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IP and research commercialisation for HDR students and their supervisors (23 October 2014)

View the Slides and the iLecture recordings of the presentation:

Presenters: Dr Tom Hammond, Mr Russell Nicholls and Mr Roger Plumb, IP Commercialisation

Management of student progress (supervisor focus)

Echos/iLectures

Preparing the candidacy application and research proposal

Echos/iLectures

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Publishing Tips and Strategies – Librarian’s Perspective 3 November 2016

Echos/iLectures

Publishing Tips and Strategies – Librarian’s Perspective 19 May 2016

Echos/iLectures

Research Data Management

Seven Secrets of Highly Successful PhD Students, by Hugh Kearns

Echos/iLectures

Thesis Preparation, Submission and Examination for HDR Students 17 May 2016

Echos/iLectures

Thesis Examination Processes for HDR Supervisors 17 May 2016

Echos/iLectures

Turbocharge Your Writing by Hugh Kearns 29 April 2016

For handouts, please email grs.training@curtin.edu.au.