International Journal for Researcher Development: Volume 3 Issue 1


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A participative research for learning methodology on education doctoral training programmes

Paul Garland, Irene Garland

This paper aims to outline a participative approach to researching education doctoral students' trajectories that functions both as a form of training in research methodology and…

Developing the research identities and aspirations of first‐generation college students: Evidence from the McNair scholars program

Julie Renee Posselt, Kim R. Black

Undergraduate research experiences are associated with higher post‐baccalaureate enrolment rates for first‐generation students, but scholars have yet to develop explanations for…

Developing the capacity of researchers for collaborative working

Peter Kahn, Christos Petichakis, Lorraine Walsh

The complexities and challenges inherent in research often require collaborative rather than solitary or team‐based forms of working. This paper seeks to open new perspectives…

Developing early stage researchers: Employability perceptions of social science doctoral candidates

Elena Golovushkina, Colin Milligan

Employability has been the focus of much activity at both research and policy levels within higher education. Initially focused primarily on undergraduate students, in the past…

Using structured writing retreats to support novice researchers

Petia Petrova, Annika Coughlin

The purpose of this article is to disseminate to a readership of researcher development professionals the authors' own experiences of having organised four writing retreats, and…

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2009 – 2016

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