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|Title:||Development of all students' research skill becomes a knowledge society|
|Citation:||AISHE-J, 2010; 2(1):12.1-12.8|
|Publisher:||The All Ireland Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education|
|Department:||Centre for Learning and Professional Development|
|Abstract:||The political will towards developing strongly as a knowledge society will inevitably remain an aspiration in any country, and Ireland is no exception, unless there is substantial guidance emerging from within the university sector. This present paper introduces a model that was devised to conceptualise exactly the type of development that enables enrolling HDR (Higher Degree Research) students to be research-ready, and students, undergraduate or postgraduate, heading for employment to have research skills utilisable in work environments. I suggest small-scale trials of this model, thoroughly evaluated, well in advance of any policy directives, as the starting point towards evolving a set of approaches to enable the development of a knowledge society.|
|Description:||Based on a keynote presentation at the AISHE International Conference 2009.|
|Rights:||2010 The All Ireland Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. Access to AISHE-J (ISSN: 2009-3160) is free to all without requiring subscription or registration. However, if you find the journal useful, and you wish to support it, you are invited to consider joining AISHE, for a modest annual subscription.|
|Appears in Collections:||Centre for Learning and Professional Development publications|
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