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Conference Presentations, Paul Lavery Apr 2011

Conference Presentations, Paul Lavery

Graduate Research School Scholarly Works

This session focuses on the key aspects of presenting at conferences, including designing a presentation, delivery and networking.


Online Research & Training Resources, Marziya Mohammedali, David Howard Mar 2011

Online Research & Training Resources, Marziya Mohammedali, David Howard

Graduate Research School Scholarly Works

This session focuses on how to access and get the most out of the online resources available to Higher Degree by Research Candidates, including the Sage Research Methods eBook repository, ProQuest Digital Dissertations Online Theses repository and Epigeum Research Skills Training (available through BlackBoard).


Managing Your Supervisor, Joe Luca Mar 2011

Managing Your Supervisor, Joe Luca

Graduate Research School Scholarly Works

This session focuses on the relationship between supervisor and candidate, with an emphasis on how to handle the issues that may arise regarding supervision.


"More Than Three "Rs" In The Classroom" : A Case Study In Aboriginal Tertiary Business Education, Keith Truscott Jan 2011

"More Than Three "Rs" In The Classroom" : A Case Study In Aboriginal Tertiary Business Education, Keith Truscott

Theses: Doctorates and Masters

This was an investigation of factors that assisted Australian Aboriginal students complete or incomplete a business course at a University in Perth between 2000 and 2010. The concept of resilience and related factors of inclusion and exclusion from the participants’ past were assumed clues by the researcher. The investigation involved four inquiries. First, the researcher reviewed recent statistics of Aboriginal population, education and employment. A short history of Aboriginal education in Western Australian was also made. Both reviews indicated Aboriginal people endured relative exclusion and a lower status than the mainstream population in areas of education and employment.

Second, the ...


You Don't Know What You Don't Know: Investigating The Information Needs Of Clients Of Web Based Public Sector Information Services, Julie Ann Johnson Jan 2011

You Don't Know What You Don't Know: Investigating The Information Needs Of Clients Of Web Based Public Sector Information Services, Julie Ann Johnson

Theses: Doctorates and Masters

This research grew from two frustrations. The first was the personal frustration experienced when attempting to find information on websites; especially government websites. Often the sites were loaded down with all sorts of information such as corporate organisation charts and press releases but lacked the information which would allow clients to interact effectively with the agency or meet their information needs and move on. The second frustration was that of Edith Cowan University students who battled with a diverse, overlapping and incomplete set of both online and paper based resources as they sought to make decisions about their selections of ...