Study Skills for Master's Level StudentsA Reflective Approach for Health and Social Care
By Debbie Casey, Liz Clark and Sally Hayes
Jun 2017 , 164 pp
* Critical thinking
* Developing independent study skills
* Finding and using literature
* Applying postgraduate skills in the workplace
* Writing at Masters level
* How to get published.
The book is free of jargon and easy to use, with clearly defined learning goals. Questions and reflective activities support independent learning and enquiry, and suggestions for further reading are included at the end of each chapter.
Study Skills for Masters Level Students is ideal for independent study or for use by lecturers in workshop settings.From reviews of the first edition:
"A very comprehensive and accessible guide which is contemporary and related to application within the workplace."
"Easy to read and well presented."
"Very useful; activities excellent."
"I thought the complete book is a must for all postgraduate students."
"This book is excellent and I wish I had had a chance to read [it] pre my MSc course."
2 What is Critical Thinking?
3 Becoming an Independent Learner
4 Finding and Critiquing Literature
5 Writing at Masters Level
6 How to get Published
7 Applying Postgraduate Knowledge and Skills in the Workplace