Research Skill Development
for curriculum design and assessment
Welcome to the Research Skill Development (RSD) homepage
This site is home to a community of academics, tutors, librarians, student support staff and, of course, students, that uses the Research Skill Development (RSD) framework (Willison & O'Regan, 2007) to create discipline-based and interdisciplinary approaches and resources. This use of the RSD enables the explicit, incremental and coherent development of students' and academics' research skills.
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Masterly RSD Symposium, 23 September 2015, Adelaide: A national symposium about developing research skills in coursework MastersIn Australia we have a new requirement that all coursework Masters students: “Apply knowledge and skills ..with high level personal autonomy and accountability… to plan and execute a substantial research based project, capstone experience and/or piece of scholarship” Each coursework Masters degree needs to not only provide program structures to satisfy AQF9 requirements, but also […]Mon, 8 Jun 2015
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