As well as conventional critical theses, you can use DRO to find previous examples of Deakin theses that have been done in the form of a creative work plus exegesis or by publication.
This approach is not 100% accurate—some manual sifting will be required—but should ultimately produce a range of relevant results.
You can perform similar searches:
OATD in particular produces a substantial number of relevant results in each category.
The below titles devote content to the processes involved in working with an academic supervisor.
The success of your thesis is to a considerable extent dependent upon the quality of the relationship you develop with your supervisor. The following links provide excellent information and advice regarding what you can do to get the most out of the supervision experience:
The top 10 ways to annoy your supervisor!
Humorous but very useful advice on what not to do!
The student-supervisor relationship
Excellent resource offering tips for students from getting to know your supervisor and different supervision styles to making the most of meetings
Ten types of PhD supervisor relationships – which is yours?
Helpful, sometimes tongue-in-cheek, 2016 article from The Conversation (includes links to recent Australian and international sociological research about supervision)