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.

Integrating Technology Tools to More Actively Engage Students

As an instructor of an online cou

Digitization, Digitalization, and Sustainability

I find it incredibly exciting that this year’s KWBA Annual Symposium will be conducted online.

KWB Questions and Answers

Keeping Your Brain Young Through Excercise

The review found that the most effective dose of exercise — the average amount that appeared to be linked

Study Indicates Mediterranean Diet May Slow Development of Alzheimer's Disease

Research is a Community Process

Researchers, even the most experienced ones, never work alone.  During a person’s dissertation journey, he or she dev

Faculty Appreciation Commemorative - Positive Perspective

Why are happy people, happy?  As researchers, life-long learners, and seekers of knowledge, happiness is of interest

Empathy and Compassion: A Commemorative Blog for Faculty Appreciation Week

Felice Leonardo Buscaglia was a USC professor of education who taught a class on … love.

Perseverance: A Commemorative Blog for Faculty Appreciation Week

Like all great literature, Maya Angelou’s powerful poem 

Telecommuting and Health: Perspectives on the Paradox of Productivity

I am a telecommuter.

Stuck

I should have been working on my dissertation, but there were so many other things to do!  The laundry basket was ove

SAS Alumni from University of Phoenix Needed for Alumni Webinar Series

Hello Everyone -

Preparing a Successful Practitioner Publication Submission

Not unlike academic or theory-based journals that often rely on publishing a variety of research studies that can off

Practical Guidelines for Devising a Concrete Plan: Before, During, and After the Dissertation Oral Defense

The ASQ Higher Education Brief (Di Pierro, 2010), like most scholar

NVivo 12

Learn about NVivo 12!

#All Lives Matter: An Educational Perspective

The United States of America has long been revered as the “Land of Milk and Honey.”  Milk symbolizes the flow of oppo

How to publish within a year: Writing to publish can be fun

Research stories from the teams:  

Attachment and Leadership Styles

Attachment and Leadership Styles

Qualitative Study on Augmenting Rural Health Care Access: The Patient Perspective

Exploration of research indicates augmentation of rural “access” to health care as the prominent reason for enhanced,

Entrepreneurship and Innovation: Known Worlds and New Frontiers

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