Establishing a sustainable HDR writing ecology

Juliet Lum, Susan Mowbray

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Abstract

Writing is an integral aspect of candidature; it’s also an area many Higher Degree Researchers, and supervisors, find challenging. This chapter presents academic or research writing development within a broader ecological model of higher education. It outlines several initiatives you, as a supervisor, can offer or recommend as additional avenues to help strengthen your Higher Degree Researchers’ writing and engagement. These avenues sit at different strata of the writing ecology and include:

- providing co-authoring opportunities
- facilitating writing groups
- developing peer-led groups
- running writing retreats
- developing an ‘always available’ bank of online resources.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationConfident supervisors
Subtitle of host publicationcreating independent researchers
EditorsSusan Gasson, Jillian Blacker, Ian Stoodley, Abbe Winter, Christine Bruce
Place of PublicationTownsville, Queensland
PublisherJames Cook University
Chapter4
Pages45-56
Number of pages12
ISBN (Electronic)9780645951639
Publication statusPublished - 2023

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