Stephen Potter

Pub Date: 07/2006
Pages: 320

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Stephen Potter
Student Resources
Welcome to the Student Resources for Doing Postgraduate Research
This book includes a considerable amount of student resources within the text itself (e.g. self-study activities and exercises with answers). The main purpose of this section is to provide the weblinks and other web resources that are referenced in the individual chapters. These are grouped under each chapter, together with any other materials that supplement the chapter’s content.
Chapter 1 - Introduction

Chapter 2 - Getting Going
    •  Homeworking Checklist
    •  Display Screen Equipment Checklist

Chapter 3 - Scoping your Research

Chapter 4 - Logics of Enquiry

Chapter 5 - Planning and Organising
Project Planning Schedules
    •  A Word version of the Activity 5.2 Project Planning Schedule is available here

Chapter 6 - Academic Writing
Mike Ashby’s ‘How to Write a Paper’ provides excellent general guidance on writing a research paper, particularly for students for whom English is a second language. [Click Here]

Chapter 7 - Doing a Literature Review
The BBC website contains good advice about the trustworthiness of research findings posted on websites. [Click Here]
The BBC’s webwise site also has general advice on the trustworthiness of websites as a whole. [Click Here]

Chapter 8 - Responsibilities, Health and Safety, Intellectual Property
    •  FAQs

Chapter 9 - Ethical Frameworks
    •  A Word version of the grids for Activities 9.5, 9.6 and 9.7 are available here

Chapter 10 - Research Presentations

Chapter 11 - The Examination process and the Viva

Chapter 12 - Developing your Career