UHeye

Reflections on e-learning and digital resources from a perspective of activities at the University of the Highlands and Islands, Scotland.

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Posts by UHeye

Quantum landscapes

After posting a couple of blog articles recently, https://idruhi.wordpress.com/2020/04/08/where-and-what-is-here/ and later https://idruhi.wordpress.com/2020/05/21/development-place/ that talked about “the other landscape” and how places can be imbued with […]

The digital polymath

So, here is an idea. I have written in other places about the benefits of using online communications for education, so I will not rehash […]

Covid19 and (this rural) Place

After ten weeks of working from home, I have some reflections to make. These reflections can be divided into three main themes: work, place, and […]

The abstract

The curious thing about an abstract is that although, after the title, it is the first text to be read, it is usually the last […]

Polishing the finished product

At the end of the viva there are various mixed emotions swirling around, for both the former student and the former supervisor. Relief that it […]

In the hot seat – defending the thesis

One of the unusual aspects in studying for a PhD is that the final examination of competence (and quality) is based not simply on the […]

Reviewing and revising

One of the strange but common occurrences in producing large pieces of writing is that the writer frequently becomes so close to the text that […]

Appendices and archives

As with every piece of substantial research, it can be a problem to decide what needs to stay in the main text and what can […]

Checking references and citations

It is amazing how many students get into a muddle over the simple process of ensuring accurate links to the supporting evidence for their claims. […]

Conclusions and recommendations

For a PhD, indeed for most academic research, the researcher is judged more on the quality and justification of the research method, rather than getting […]

Areas for future research

There comes a time in drawing together the conclusions of any piece of research, whether it is a long PhD study or a shorter project, […]

Going beyond

Perhaps surprisingly to most novice researchers, a research degree does not need to provide “the complete answer” to a problematic question, only to demonstrate the […]

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