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20131031 esupervision
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  • 1. Doctoral Education and e-supervision Session: From theory to practice: models, experiences, opportunities and challenges of e-supervision Barcelona, 31 October 2013 On the importance of Scientific Communication 2.0 in the Ph.D. pathway to the futue Miquel DURAN, University of Girona @miquelduran http://miquelduran.net
  • 2. I’m kind of… • A local Ph.D. e-supervisor with a few graduate students • A teacher being involved in efficient online teaching (e.g. MOOCs) • Someone involved in various areas of expertise and responsibility that may be managed through e-procedures (e.g., UdG’s webstite and social networks). Working on University of Girona 2.0.
  • 3. On the importance of Communication 2.0 in the Ph.D. process… • • • • • • • • Open Knowledge/Science (Africa: Open Access!) Subject-dependent PhD MOOCization e-[something else][emphatic]-supervision Technology should be transparent enough Future is mobile, future is video Age-dependency (andother dependencies) Virtualization of supervision is real supervision • My experience with locally e-supervised students: Ph.D. students 2.0
  • 4. Supervision means… • Supervisor 2.0 • Supervisor having some empahty on supervised • Ph.D. Student understanding the new role as researcher in formation • Ph.D. Student must contribute to local environment: dissemination, Public Engagement in Science, etc. • There should be a contract/commintment between both parties. Likely reward system. • Your attitude (ph.d. student, supervisor, policy maker, administrator…) is a choice.
  • 5. Supervision Process… • • • • • Open reseracher Crowdfunding Citizen science Good referencing and Curation E-preparation of communication papers, talks… skills • Digital, communication, language… skills • Barriers erected by pre-digital reputation and reward systems
  • 6. And what about the Supervisee? • • • • • • • • • This is me and my digital circumstances Reputation New spaces to publish, to assess Ph.D. student 2.0: it’s rather an attitude Education is not a preparation for life, it is life itself Responsible research and innovation Blended&hybrid supervision Cosupervision Supervisor should be 2.0 too
  • 7. Some questions… • Attitude; who proposes the project? • Ph.d. future worker in research industry, university staff, etc. • Supervising means also providing best practices • Ph.d. students are future ph.d. advisors • Providing and enhancing values • Assessment in science: thru refereed papers. In other areas, more complicated probably. • Mobile, video (from whastapp to twitter) • Benefits both for ph.d. students and supervisor • Full-time vs part-time (already employed) phd st • It should be emotional too (despite cultural diffs) – knowledge breakd barriers
  • 8. Scientific Communication 2.0.1 • Doctoral course, on-the-spot: – http://iscico.wikispaces.com • MOOC, in Spanish (doc in English) – https://www.miriadax.net/web/sociedad_digital • Slideshare presentations: – http://slideshare.net/ tag: ISciCo • This provides some amount of info on e-supervision • Use of simple, readily available, open/free resources
  • 9. Scientific Communication 2.0.1 • • • • • This is me and my digital circumstances Let’s communicate Let’s collaborate Let’s establish (alt)metrics and evaluate Let’s disseminate, engage - outreach
  • 10. Outcomes • From MiriadaX’s MOOC students – Skills – Attitudes – Sharing, collaborating, coordinating • From our experience; – A new way to teach – Crossing the frontier – Beyond limits, worldwide – Pareto’s law: 20% participants provide 80% work, participation, etc.

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