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Panel Presentation on the Impact of Social Distancing on Research Methods

Conducting social science research in the age of social distancing and work from home

The new social circumstances of working from home due to the Covid-19 outbreak have transformed many aspects of our l

Spotlight of Continuing Faculty Scholarship: Dr. Erik Bean

In addition to the CLSOR newsletter, we would like to feature faculty who have been active in promoting academic and

Strategies to Avoid Information Overload

Strategies to Avoid Information Overload

Strategies to Avoid Information Overload

Strategies to Avoid Information Overload

Strategies to Avoid Information Overload

Strategies to Avoid Information Overload

Strategies to Avoid Information Overload

Strategies to Avoid Information Overload

Strategies to Avoid Information Overload

Strategies to Avoid Information Overload

Strategies to Avoid Information Overload

Strategies to Avoid Information Overload

NVivo 12

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Reframing Research as Design

Nascent researchers may be daunted by unanticipated setbacks and delays intrinsic to the research process and even te

Meta-Ethnography, Qualitative Research, Mental Illness Stigma, and Healthcare Practitioners: Lessons from the Order of the Golden Dozen

 

Positive contribution of focus groups to mixed methods research: An example for discussion

Galliott and Graham (2016) used a sequential exploratory mixed method design to investigate career planning within adolescent populations in Australia. This post is an invitation to readers to explore the structure and use of the research method utilized by Galliott and Graham, and deepen the reader’s understanding of both mixed methods designs and the specific use of focus groups within such designs.

The SAS Proposal Emergency Room

Associate Research Chair Dr. Erik Bean walks the reader through recovery and reformation of a research proposal in need.

How Do You Know You Have a Research-Worthy Problem?

Ellis and Levy define research-worthiness, describe its characteristics, provide examples, and describe what is not a research-worthy problem.

Ethics and Integrity in Peer Reviewed Research

Dr. Pamela Gordon discusses the importance of ethics in the peer-reviewing process and the impact research misconduct has on the community as a whole. 

Researcher Responsibility in the Peer Review Process

Learn more about the researcher's responsibility in maintaining the integrity of their research, and how it correlates to the peer review process.

Preventing Scope Creep in Your Research

Research Fellow Dr. LauraAnn Migliore discusses ways to keep your research focused and avoid scope creep for your projects.

The Importance of Peer Review: An Introduction

Learn more about the peer review process, including various types of peer review and how to become a peer reviewer.

Faculty Questions About Research Centers and Engaging in Scholarship

In May, Central Florida’s UOPX campus recently held a General Faculty Meeting for online and ground faculty members that live in the “footprint” of the campus. This blog answers questions that were submitted during this event.

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