Remote doctoral supervision experiences: Challenges and affordances
McGinn, Michelle K.
Bengtsen, Søren S. E.
doctoral learning journeys model
Journal titleInnovations in Education and Teaching International
Publication Begin page612
Publication End page623
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AbstractThe global pandemic has forced academics to engage in remote doctoral supervision, and the need to understand this activity is greater than ever before. This contribution involved a cross-field review on remote supervision pertinent in the context of a global pandemic. We have utilised the results of an earlier study bringing a supervision model into a pandemic-perspective integrating studies published about and during the pandemic. We identified themes central to remote supervision along five theory-informed dimensions, namely intellectual/cognitive, instrumental, professional/technical, personal/emotional and ontological dimensions, and elaborate these in the light of the new reality of remote supervision.
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