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An chéad chruinniú eile – Upcoming Thesis Talk/Trácht ar Thráchtais meeting

by on January 7, 2014

Tionólfar an chéad chruinniú eile don bhlag seo Dé Máirt seo chugainn 14 Eanáir 2014 ar 2:30 i seomra AM 207.

The next Thesis Talk meeting will take place on Tuesday next Jan. 14 2014 at 2:30 in AM 207.

To date there have been some very useful blogs on which referencing system to use; how to choose the correct type of conference to target; how to write faster; tips on project management and lots more. 

This is a safe place where we can share our experience and ask all those questions which you might prefer not to ask your supervisor. The feedback from those using this blog has been very positive and a lot of people have reported finding very useful tips here.

In order to keep this blog up and running and to create a vibrant NUIG PhD presence on line we need your help. You can help by becoming involved in the running and managing of the site – for which credits can be earned. You can also help be contributing a regular  blog or even by contributing a blog now and again. You can also help by following us on twitter @talkthesis or on Facebook and generally by keeping in touch with the NUIG PhD community online.

Ba mhór linn do thacaíocht leis an togra seo. Ar mhaithe le pobal láidir a chothú agus ar mhaith le glór a bheith againne atá ag tabhairt faoi PhD in OÉ Gaillimh, teastaíonn beagáinín cúnamh. Is féidir leat cabhrú linn ag coinneáil an suíomh beo agus ag bainistiú an tionscnaimh seo. Nó, is féidir leat cabhrú linn trí bheith ag scríobh blaganna go rialta nó fiú go mí-rialta – pé méid beag is féidir leat déanamh chun an pobal seo a chothú agus a choinneáil beo cabhróigh sé go mór linne. Is féidir leat breith suas linn freisin ar twitter agus ar facebook. Ní neart go cur le chéile!

  1. Glad to have been alerted to this blog, especially since I have just started work at NUIG with CELT. It just so happens we begin a module on Research Supervision this Friday on our PgDiploma in Academic Practice. How do you all feel about signposting the blog to the participants who either have supervisory experience or in early career mode?

    You might have these but I use the following blogs with my own doctoral students:

    • Thanks for those two links. We would love for you to signpost our blog to your course participants. It would be great if some of them were interested in contributing – it would be very useful for us to hear from our supervisors how they are finding the experience of supervising PhD’s. Perhaps this could lead to a more productive relationship.

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