Doctor of Philosophy/Candidature/History

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This is a cumulative description of all the works (formal and informal) you have completed to be considered toward your candidacy for an ONPhD.

More than just a curriculum vitae (CV) in the traditional sense, it is everything formal and non-formal that you consider applicable to becoming an Open and Networked PhD (ONPhD) candidate. This "academic" history should describe both the formal and informal learning that applies to the subject domain of your advanced studies. Identifying and listing past research projects and publications - or equivalent should also be included here.

This cumulative description can be published anywhere that is available to the open web. A blog post (or collection of blog posts), a wikiversity profile page, a personal website, the choice is yours. This open and online location (or locations) for publishing your works will be known as your ONPhD portfolio. Choose an online place (or places) that you feel comfortable and productive. If your description covers multiple posts and multiple publishing locations a single page or post should be created to bring all these sources together.

Once you have created your ONPhD portfolio and completed this cumulative description, post a link to it in this tasks discussion thread.

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