Cultivating a ‘collegial turn’ in doctoral education

Published on Oct 22, 2019in Teaching in Higher Education1.72
· DOI :10.1080/13562517.2019.1680538
Kim Brown3
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(University of Otago)
ABSTRACTDoctoral students’ understandings of collegiality and their collegial practices warrant specific attention, yet are often addressed as implicit to peer learning and research communities, an...
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