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To complement our series for doctoral students, this video is intended - mainly - for their supervisors










This video featured in The Guardian Higher Education Network, 8 June 2017

The Outstanding Supervisors Video -
how to supervise a doctorate

In this video, three experienced academics, all shortlisted for a national award for Outstanding Research Supervisor, share their ideas and insights about supervising a doctorate. And their students explain why they nominated their supervisors for the award.  This video was made in cooperation with University of Warwick, London School of Economics and Queen's University Belfast.
Play an excerpt from the complete 38 minute video here. 
Click here for orders, full previews or enquiries  Advice for students who want to see this video

The video is a unique resource for anyone new to doctoral supervision, and will help more experienced supervisors to reflect on their practice. It will also help research students understand what to expect from their supervisors.

Topics include judging the right balance between being supportive and challenging, how the relationship changes as a doctoral project proceeds, how to take an interest in the whole person, not just the researcher, and how supervision fits into an academic career.

Academic consultant: Prof John Wakeford (Missenden Centre)

The Outstanding Supervisors Video and other videos in the series are available for sale to universities, colleges and other organisations. For a one-off payment, your institution can be permanently licensed to make the video available to all your staff and students in DVD format and to upload to your intranet or other secure digital platform. To preview the full video or enquire about licensing, please email enquiries@angelproductions.co.uk