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This page contains information specific to the Faculty of Arts and Education. For general information for all Deakin HDR students visit Deakin's "Students' gateway to Campus - Information for HDR candidates" www.deakin.edu.au/current-students/research/
Quarter 1, 2013 induction sessions are as follows:
Burwood - Tuesday 9 April, 12:30pm-2:30pm in C2.05
Geelong - Thursday 18 April, 10:00am- 12:00pm in ic3.315
Quarter 3, 2013
Burwood - Monday 26 August, 10:00am-12:00pm in N1.05
Geelong - Monday 30 September, 10:00am - 12:00pm in ic3.315
These sessions focus on the candidacy period leading up to confirmation. For further information or to advise of your attendance, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are unable to attend these session, you can download a copy of the induction manual for 2013.
All HDR candidates should be aware of the existence of three University documents in relation to Codes of Good Practice in Research and Supervision of Higher Degrees by Research.
Please take time to read and familiarise yourselves with these policies.
Details regarding submission of a thesis, including all relevant forms, are available on the Research Services examination procedures webpage. It is essential to comply with timelines, required forms and styles of thesis presentation for both examination and library copies of the thesis as outlined by Research Services Division. Templates to assist with correct formatting are provided below.
Both single sided and double sided copies are acceptable. The template margins of not less than 45mm are set to accommodate either.
Students using the services of a copy editor or proof reader provided on this website should be aware that:
The attached updated guidelines for editing Research Theses as prepared by the Institute of Professional Editors have been reviewed. The revision takes account of the changing environment in which many editors, students and their supervisors work. The spirit of the original is maintained. What has changed is the reference to electronic editing, a clearer articulation of the editor’s role, and the linking of editing functions and responsibilities to the Australian Standards for Editing Practice.
An alternative to this list is to access the Society of Editors Freelance Register
Extra resources for staff onlyFaculty 'Staff Only' / intranet site - Research