The new sister blog to The Thesis Whisperer is dedicated to doctoral supervision, and acts as a space for dialogue and debate about supervision practice. As such, it may provide useful information and context for supervisees.
Trust Me! is a research project investigating the academic leadership behaviours that are important in creating quality doctoral supervision relationships. Again, it may provide context about the wider research around doctoral supervision, and if you like you can also contribute your own supervision stories to the project.
This journal article by Terry Gatfield is shared in the doctoral supervision workshops at Exeter, and might provide some interesting context about supervision style.
This article by Anne Lee is similarly shared in the doctoral supervision workshops at Exeter, and provides some insight in to the different functions of doctoral supervision.
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