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Suitable perhaps for Research Communication but not for the current course in Research Methods.
An excellent book which is user-friendly and well written. Useful to dip in and out of. This book provides a practical approach to any student, especially postgraduates, who need to present or publish their research. I especially like the 'reflections' part of each chapter - useful for students and teachers alike.
I have found this book very helpful in explaining how to write in a critical manner and also how to present and analyse data. So far I have used this source to develop material for the classroom/lectures. I am not sure how 'student friendly' the book is (lots of good points in it but it is a dense read). Students who struggle to understand 'critical thinking/analysis' may benefit from reading this book, or those who wish to challenge themselves to do better.
An extremely useful tool for researchers.
This book will be good specifically for our final year MBA students writing their dissertation.
This is a useful book for Doctoral students but i did not feel it addressed all of their needs and therefore will only be supplemantary reading
I found this book very useful for master research students
this text supports students to develop a clear understanding of how to present small scale research projects
Excellent title - very useful for the more able PG Dip students
An interesting, comprehensive guide to writing which I can see will be a helpful resource for our students throughout their course - not just for the dissertation element. The text is well written and provides plenty of examples and 'hints' to guide the reader.
This text is a very good resource for my students who are undertaking a Writing and Presentation skills course at level 4.
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