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I'm currently looking into new route PhD's in the field of Computing, has anyone on this forum had any experience of this award at all? I don't have a masters award at present and would be looking to start the award with my undergraduate Computing degree. I have managed to find information on the award from a local university - the new route PhD is made of the MRes and PhD. I would be looking to study for the award in part time mode.
Thanks for your time
Hope this link helps http://it.toolbox.com/blogs/enterprise-solutions/testing-a-sample-test-plan-3283 you also need to decide how your going to test it i.e. white or black box testing http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_box_testing
Well today has been the first meeting with my supervisor for the mres. I have been asked to use refworks to keep track of references and using a mind mapping approach to start forming ideas for research papers and for the final thesis.
What do people think of refworks? Are there any alternatives out there that are better than refworks?
I have also been asked to think about administration early on re ordering and keeping track of papers, etc that I find as I go along. How do you go about this?
Would really appreciate your advice on this.
I know its a strange question - but how do you manage your Thesis - do you use Word? The reason for asking is - when I completed my undergraduate dissertation it was approx ~200 pages in length and became unworkable in the end using Word as it kept crashing.
How do you guys assemble your thesis? Do you keep chapters as separate documents and then combine them at the end or keep everything in a main document?
Would appreciate your thoughts on this.
I thought it would be useful to start up a thread relating to postgraduate applications 2011.
As for me, I have just applied to study for a MRes in Computer Science at Staffordshire University. The university is local to me, I have already studied there in p/t mode and 15% discount for being an existing student
What are other people doing???
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