This blog is a dynamic community site designed to share research outcomes and practical perspectives on PhD supervision in a way that supervisors can use to develop their practice.
Would you like to write for the blog?
There are three ways to contribute:
(1) Translate your Journal Article: if you have published an article on PhD supervision, you can link to it and promote it in the blog. This type of post is written with the intention of translating your research into practice, and should be light on theory, focusing on recommendations or practical ideas for supervisors or HE institutions. In 500-700 words, tell us what change you hope to see as a result of publishing your work.
(2) Peer-to-peer ‘Community Acuity’ posts: these are from supervisors, to supervisors. In 500-700 words, they share thoughts, experiences and reflection of the the challenges and rewards of supervising doctoral students e.g. your approach, how you tackle difficult issues, or lessons learned along the way.
(3) A ~1000 word developer perspective on supervision: issues, training, development, strategy, eligibility, etc, written for developers or strategy managers in HE institutions
Please get in touch to discuss a piece from any angle or insight you find meaningful from your work.