Working with research students
Research students place a great degree of trust in their supervisors and expect them to know about the University and what it offers them. One of the things UniSA provides its research students is a suite of activities and resources to assist them in their research, or Research Education Support Activities, (RESA as it is usually called).
If you want to know more about the RESA resources UniSA makes available to its research students, the following webpage includes links to workshop series, supporting online resources and other online resources research students are expected to engage with: Online workshops, courses and resources index.
Some research students find it difficult to attend RESA workshops in person and, to make support available more widely, UniSA has developed a range of online resources. Online RESA resources are worth recommending to all students whether or not they are studying off-campus, and its also worth your while as a supervisor looking through the type of advice and support your students will get from the RESA program which is put together by staff from the Learning and Teaching Unit's Research Education Team and the Graduate Research Centre.