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.

Understanding Research Sampling

Dr. Aaron Coe, Program Dean of the School of Advanced Studies, discusses the effects of population selection, instance, and access on your sampling and the overall success of your research project.

Publications and Conferences

The Cultural Conflict and Society research community would like to welcome Dr Kimberly Underwood as the center direct

Common Research Roadblocks and How to Overcome Them

Associate Research Chair Dr. Sloboda discusses typical challenges faced by researchers and ways to beat them.

Tips for Getting Accepted for Presentation

Associate Research Chair, Dr. Erik Bean, discusses his recommendations for submitting your presentation to a quality research conference.

Working with Difficult People

Lead Area Faculty Chair for I/O Psychology, Dr. Amy Cooper Hakim, has just published her book, "Working with Difficult People".

Get the Right Tools for Research

Writing well remains a critical component of graduate student success.

21st Century Cures Act Shows Bipartisan Support for Advancing Health IT

Tucked away in the bipartisan 21st Century Cures Act, just passed by both chambers of Congress and ready for President Obama’s signature, is legislation that could have a profound impact on the drive for more widespread interoperability of electronic health record systems (EHRs).

CEITR Presentations at OLC NOV 2016

It is our pleasure to share that three studies from the Center for Educational and Instructional Technology Research

Nine new IO Bloggers join the Team in November

New Bloggers Join the I-O In Action Blog

Can Companion Animals Facilitate Improved Communication In Organizations?

By: Melissa Szydlek

Overcoming Inertia in Research

Research Fellow and Dissertation Chair Dr. Pamela Gordon discusses ways to create and maintain momentum while conducting research. 

Four Steps to Help Avoid Publishing Pitfalls

The purpose of this blog is to share some of my publishing experiences as a means of providing practical yet motivati

Use Questions to Develop an Outline

I find that to really understand something, I must ask and answer questions.

Pecha Kucha At AECT - Something Different In The World Of Peer Reviewed Presentations

In late October I and two of my colleagues had the opportunity to present at the annual convention for the Associatio

Has Your Research Study been Approved?: Five Approval Items to Consider Before Conducting Research

Program Dean for the School of Advanced Studies Diane Gavin, Ph.D. discusses the approvals needed to successfully and ethically complete your research.

AECT 2016

I would like to echo the comments of my fellow colleague,

Scholarship Activities

Alignment: Tools to Strengthen Your Project

This week we complete our Research Alignment series with discussion of tools to strengthen alignment during your research project. 

Raising the Bar on Data Transparency in Healthcare Research: Sharing Data Is Imperative

Since our discussion about the Transparency and Openness Promotion (TOP) guidelines, the chorus for greater data transparency in research is growing louder with another dimension to the conversation.