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Supervising Master's Theses and Doctoral Dissertations: a proven method for ensuring your grad students' success

Designed for faculty members, this course will teach tried and tested methods for supervising the writing of theses and dissertations to speed up the process and improve the quality of the writing.

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Course description
As a faculty member, you may have received little or no training in how to supervise the writing of a Master's thesis or doctoral dissertation, and so you probably learned by trial-and-error. But there is a systematic way to approach supervision. This course will introduce you to tried and tested methods of organizing the writing process so that you can guide your students to produce high-quality manuscripts at a swift pace while working together harmoniously.

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Designed for faculty members, this course will teach tried and tested methods for supervising the writing of theses and dissertations to speed up the process and improve the quality of the writing.

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Language
English
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Name
Kali Tal

Tutorial Support

PhD, Scientific Writing Tutor Kali Tal

Address

Bern

Institution / Department

University of Bern / Medical Library

Contact

E-Mail: kali.tal@unibe.ch

Scientific Writing Tutor Sampoorna Rappaz

Institution / Department

University of Bern Medical Library / Research Support Services

General Interests

Scientific Editing, Scientific Writing

Availability

Access
06. Dec 2023, 00:20 - 01. May 2024, 00:00
Admittance
You can join this course directly.
Registration Period
Until 30. Apr 2024, 10:00
Free Places
0
Limit 'Unsubscribe from Course'
29. Apr 2024
Period of Event
30. Apr 2024, 13:00 - 16:00

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