The fourth annual Knowledge Without Boundaries Research Summit is off to the races. Submissions closed two weeks ago and the proposals are currently under peer-review.
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In this month’s IRB Corner, we want to discuss a new resource, which will be available in early April 2018, to support researchers through the IRB process, the WORKSHEET for IRB Applicants. We understand that the IRB review process can be a hurdle for researchers. Researchers who present a clearly and concisely written plan of their research, with the necessary supplemental documents, are most likely to receive an efficient review. On the other hand, researchers who present an incomplete, unclear, or inconsistent plan of their research, or who leave off importan
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Integrating Technology Tools to More Actively Engage Students
by David Proudfoot
Faculty Appreciation Commemorative - Positive Perspective
by Rita Hartman
Why are happy people, happy? As researchers, life-long learners, and seekers of knowledge, happiness is of interest to us as we move from appreciating our basic needs, to discovering our strengths and creative talents, to using them to generative a positive space for ourselves and for those around us.
Perseverance: A Commemorative Blog for Faculty Appreciation Week
by James Lane
Like all great literature, Maya Angelou’s powerful poem I Rise speaks to the human collective. I apply her message to the teachers who serve our children and our society tirelessly amid unprecedented challenges. John Goodlad calls their battles no less than “the struggle for the soul of the American public school.”