Provenance and reflexivity: Scaffolds in a vision of practitioner investigation

Embed Cite Participate Recommend

Geof Hill discusses an initiative in his own research practice which involved publishing his research in cabaret. This started within his doctoral inquiry and continued as a specialist form of expression in his post-doctoral work. Geof holds a Reader position in the School of Education (HELS). Previously he held a Senior Researcher position as Coordinator of Research Supervisor professional development at Queensland University of Technology (Australia). He facilitated online and face-to-face communities of practice for academics to help them advance their understanding and practice of research supervision. This field of inquiry emerged from his doctoral inquiry into Higher Education Degree Research practices and, over the course of his tenure in this position. He instigated a new online professional development program for research supervisor professional development at Queensland University of Technology. He led an online professional development program for research supervisors in Southern Cross University Graduate School of Management.

Image courtesy of interviewee

Log-in or Sign-up to Faculti
Currently viewing as guest. You have insight(s) remaining for this month.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Copyright © Faculti Media Limited 2023. All rights reserved.
Recommend Faculti to your librarian

Thousands of engaging insights, delivered at the world's leading institutions. 
Librarians welcome and value students, faculty and staff recommendations, and we aim to facilitate these suggestions in an impactful way.

Chromecast or Airplay insights to your smart tv via our new video player
This is default text for notification bar