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Thirteen tips for successful supervision of undergraduate dissertations

Rowley, Jennifer (2000) Thirteen tips for successful supervision of undergraduate dissertations. Educational Developments, 1 (1). pp. 14-15. ISSN 1469-3267

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This article draws on extensive experience of undergraduate supervision, as a basis for the formulation of guidelines for practice in the supervision of undergraduate dissertations and major projects. The underlying philosophy is that supervision is a partnership between student and supervisor. Undergraduate projects of this nature are often the first major piece of work attempted by a student. They beneift from a structured approach to supervision, and some may look to the supervisor to help them with structuring their work and their approach to the work. The thirteen points offer practical suggestions as to how this can be acheived.

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