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Apprenticeship in co-authoring papers

I recently came across this article , written by Charlotte Wegener and Lene Tanggaard about the apprenticeship perspective in co-writing between supervisor and doctoral student.

The article itself is very interesting, and I think it is useful for supervisors as well as for doctoral students (who, in their turn might be supervising MSc students). The e-mail conversation in this publication shows how a balanced student-supervisor relationship can be an ideal learning opportunity, leading to noteworthy publications.

The article itself might look too long to read, but download the pdf to your tablet or e-reader and read it through next time you stand in line somewhere (an activity in which I am partaking more than I like now that I have moved to Ecuador).

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