The call for papers is open and we will be accepting abstracts through November 21st.
More Featured News
The article is titled "Beyond the Classroom Reasons People Seek Doctoral Degrees."
It is our great pleasure to share the news that 9 studies from CEITR will be presented at AECT, Oct 17-21, 2016, Las Vegas. 16 faculty members and 1 doctoral student were involved in completing these studies.
Featured Blog Posts
Professional Development/Continuing Education in the Workplace
by Julia I. Horwath
Many organizations use continuing professional development (also called continuing education) to help their employees grow as professionals and keep up with current occupational trends (Collin, Van der Heijden, & Lewis, 2012). Acquiring CEUs is often a condition of employment, with the employee being required to accrue a specific number of credits within the fiscal year. One problem with such requirements is that the options for continuing education can be limited depending on the occup
Competencies of Online Doctoral Chairs
by Kathleen Andrews
Have you as a chair or committee member of doctoral learning ever wondered what research-based competencies you need in aiding your dissertation learners? Have you as a dissertation learner wanted to tell your chair and committee members what competencies you would like them to have? In order to answer these questions, I devised a study based on competencies for dissertation chairs by Schichtel (2010).
Question as You Read
by Elizabeth Johnston
Paul and Elder (2000) claimed that answers are privileged above questions in our society - witness every textbook that contains assertion after assertion, each of which is actually the answer to a question. The answers are published, but not the questions. Asking the right questions while reading can be very helpful to learners in advanced social studies.