Thesislink has a new design and we love it! The Thesislink team have been busy over the last few months making improvements to the blog.  Special acknowledgment goes to Victorio Burcio-Martin for taking amazing photographs of WG building to incorporate into the new design and Louise WeiWei for the new blog design.  We intend on making additional changes throughout the year, so keep checking this research site for updates on the changes.

The new banner reflects both a physical and conceptual message. The graphic displays the on-going developments happening around AUT University campus and provides a visual window New lookto represent how we can reach for the sky in our research venture.

We are very excited to share with you a new category: ‘Research Circle’ that highlights postgraduate student and staff research projects being undertaken. Link up with your research colleagues and share what you are doing. Our first post (which will be uploaded in this category shortly) is from Catherine Xin who has completed her project in Business Information Systems, thanks her research participants and provides a link to her research report.

So, why not inform us about what is happening in your research, tell us about a presentation that you have given at a conference or seminar (and provide a link to the presentation), invite people to participate in your research (if that is an appropriate mode to use) or share with us how you solved a research challenge. If you have any questions or ideas on what you would like to post in the ‘Research Circle’ topic – let us know!

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Author: University Postgraduate Centre

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2 thoughts on “LIKE THE NEW LOOK?

  1. Thanks for the hard work on the new look. I particularly like the new section ‘Research Circle’. I hope that both staff and students will engage with this and tell us what exciting research is happening around AUT!

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