The Undergraduate Research Handbook

The Undergraduate Research Handbook

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This practical, research-informed text will provide students across all disciplines with models, tasks and activities to enable them to plan, action, write and present quality research. It will help develop ideas, creative thinking and systematic research practices to enable students to produce high quality dissertations and reports.
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  • Paperback | 320 pages
  • 156 x 234 x 17.78mm | 498g
  • Red Globe Press
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 2009 ed.
  • 320 p.
  • 0230520979
  • 9780230520974
  • 390,719

Table of contents

Introduction.- PART I: STARTING RESEARCH Getting Started.- Kinds, Forms, Skills and Techniques of Research.- Research for Longer and Larger Outcomes Essays, Projects, Dissertations.- Research Methodology and Methods.- PART II: MANAGING YOUR RESEARCH, YOUR PROGRESS AND INTERACTIONS WITH YOUR SUPERVISOR AND OTHER PEOPLE Good Practical Activities and Habits.- Carrying out the Research Processes.- Developing Good Writing Habits.- Making the Most of Yourself.- Managing and Making the Most of Your Tutor, Lecturer or Supervisor.- PART III: DEVELOPING THE RESEARCH AND MAINTAINING MOMENTUM Collecting, Selecting, Organising and Analysing Data, Interpretation.- Presenting, Interpreting, Articulating and Discussing Findings.- Overcoming Difficulties and Managing Differences with Situations and People.- Writing.- Expressing the Findings and the Final Version.- Editing, Articulation in Different Forms for Different Disciplines, Aims and Outcomes.- What Do Examiners Look For?.- PART IV: RESEARCH CONTINUES Research Approaches and Techniques for Different Purposes.- Presenting and Publishing your Work.- Your Research Successes, Skills, Your CV and Getting a Job.- Glossary of Research Terms.- Bibliography.- Index.
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'I would recommend students to purchase this book because I think it would provide them with everything they needed for undertaking a project or dissertation. I particularly welcome the fact that it encourages them to approach their research in a reflective way and seeks to develop skills such as time management which are relevant to future employability.' - Professor Wyn Grant, University of Warwick, UK 'There are a great deal of texts on the market that attempt toappeal to a whole range of cohorts, including undergraduates, postgraduates and professional researchers. This text has the advantage of being addressed primarily to undergraduate study and is linked to a book on postgraduate study.' Dr Jonathan Grix, Senior Lecturer, University of Birmingham
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About Gina Wisker

GINA WISKER is the Head of Centre for Learning and Teaching at the University of Brighton, UK moving from Anglia Ruskin University. She has worked in educational development for over 25 years, and in 2005 was awarded a National Teaching Fellowship for her work in learning support. She is the author of The Postgraduate Research Handbook and The Good Supervisor.
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