Recent Blog Posts

Recent Blog Posts

The latest blogs from all of our authors are compiled below. To search for specific topics, use the keyword search field below.

Introduction to the Center for Learning Analytics Research

Welcome to the emerging field of learning analytics and the University of Phoenix’s newest research center, the Center for Learning Analytics Research!

Innovation Without Age Limits (article key points)

An interesting business report entitled Innovation without Age Limits can be found on MIT's Technology Revie

What are you waiting for? Take Action!

You’re sitting on the fence asking yourself – should I go for it? Should I go for that promotion?

Strategies for Making Family Time a Reality

At a time when technology is at our fingertips, many busy career women may feel overwhelmed by the idea that they are

Self-Imposed Barriers

Women working in competitive environments face many obstacles on their way up the professional ladder.

The Lack of Fit Model

 

An Introduction to Public Use Data Sets

Learn more about Public Use Data Sets (PUDS), when to use them, and where to find them.

Am I Managing My Parents?

In the workplace today, there are up to four generations working together within the same job positions (Amayah &

Managing Older Generations

In the

Results of IS&T Outcome Study

Recently, the College of IS&T at the University of Phoenix studied academic outcomes in its Master of Information

Healthcare Providers' Difficulties Implementing Certified Electronic Health Records: A Barrier to Exchange of Patient Data Needed to Improve the Quality of Care

The Meaningful Use objectives and criteria are intended to improve the quality, safety, efficiency of electronically

CEITR at 2015 AECT Convention Reflection

Dr. Mansureh Kebritchi, Research Chair, reflects on CEITR's participation at this year's AECT Convention.

Age and Knowledge Sharing

Employee age has an impact on willingness to share knowledge.

Diversity and Spirituality

For some time now, a few of us at the Center for Workplace Diversity have been discussing the connections between div

Identifying the Right Places to Publish Your Scholarly Work

The number of articles published in likely predatory outlets increased eight-fold between 2010 and 2014. Review our tips for avoiding predatory journals.

Making Time for Scholarship: Reflections from a Recent Keynote Address

As I traveled home from a keynote address I gave at the major teaching conference for the American Psychological Asso

Multitasking in the IT Field

IT Employees are wired as never before. 24x7 via phone, email, text and social media.

Academic Review: Reflections and Progress to Date

So far, we have contacted more than 120 dissertation chairs to participate in the process, with some outstanding results.

Seismic Changes in Healthcare Research Looming: Are You Ready?

 

Using the Design Thinking for Educators Toolkit

To gain or maintain success in their programs, academic institutions constantly strive to provide various avenues to create opportunities for students, no matter the age, to become better educated.

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