Research Training Support FrameworkPlease feel free to provide feedback regarding our Framework. Follow the link below and help us improve our support and resources.
More workshops about developing supervision skills will be scheduled in 2017. In the meantime, if you would like the CASTL staff to facilitate a workshop about supervision skills for academic staff, please contact Gina Lemke (email@example.com).
The following self-paced online tutorials are also available:
- CASTL Tutorial: Advanced Research Skills: Locating and searching academic resources for students and staff
- CASTL Tutorial: Best practice: Supervising postgraduate students
- CASTL Tutorial: Designing & Managing Moodle Units
- CASTL Tutorial: Getting started: Supervising postgraduate students
- CASTL Tutorial: Monitoring student learning
- CASTL Tutorial: Referencing using Endnote for students and staff
- CASTL Tutorial: Supporting, Engaging and Motivating Students
- CASTL Tutorial: Using Moodle Gradebook
Avondale staff may access the above tutorials using their usual Moodle login and password details. External users are welcome to access the tutorials by clicking on either the links above and then clicking on the "Log in as a guest" button.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com if you have any difficulty accessing these tutorials.
Avondale's Research Training Support FrameworkAvondale's Research Training Support Framework provides support, advice and resources for Avondale staff involved in the supervision of honours and postgraduate, and candidates enrolled in honours and postgraduate research degrees. The Framework currently includes three active stages: getting started; proposal and confirmation; and researching and writing.
If you have any questions or feedback about this Framework, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Support for the development of this of Avondale's Research Training Support Framework was provided by an Extension Grant (2014-2015) from the Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching. The researchers involved in this project are: Maria Northcote, Tony Williams, Kevin Petrie, Kayle de Waal, Malcolm Anderson, Brett Mitchell and Gina Lemke. We would also like to acknowledge the ongoing expert advice that contributed to the development of this Framework from: Dr Janet Carton at University College Dublin, Prof. Joe Luca at Edith Cowan University, Prof. Margaret Kiley at The Australian National University and Assoc. Prof. Catherine McLoughlin at The Australian Catholic University. Thank you to Colin Chuang for designing the graphics on this site and to Brian Greentree for creating the online site.