Are you looking to sharpen a research skill or take on a new challenge? Come take part in a workshop led by your expert peers.
Four specific types of social media are discussed for integration within the online classroom including the implications. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram are all examined along with strategies that enhance relationships, communication and relevancy.
This session will explore the experiences and role of Special Interest Groups in our Research and Scholarship Community. Our Special Interest Groups serve as an online, interactive, group space designed to allow University-affiliated researchers to connect over specific research interests.
Each group is publicly visible and registered users can participate in as many of these special interest groups as they like.
In summary; the context for Content Analysis is unlimited. The design can be quantitative, qualitative, or mixed methods. The design can stand alone or work with others. Rigor and credibility must be maintained but researchers can do so by following simple guidelines. The flexible applications and flexible access make content analysis a powerful tool for researchers.
Hear about previous experiences presenting at international conferences: tips, suggestions, and open floor for questions and discussion.
For the August 2018 session, we will facilitate discussions on how to manage information, on effective qualitative and quantitative research, on copyright requirements, on research-related ethical issues, and on identifying, practicing, and improving research approaches that best fit the research topic. Participants will be encouraged to share the latest technology they have used in their research projects, along with the sources, so that everybody will be able to enrich existing methodologies and bibliographies.
This workshop assists prospects to shape their community engagement ideas, hone their articles, understand how to target trade publications, abide by various guidelines, understand freelance copyright levels such as first, second, all and world rights, develop a query letter, and build a professional voice under their subject matter expertise (SME).
The purpose of this practitioner workshop is to share experiences of how a first time author and experienced author collaborated to prepare a manuscript for submission to a peer-review journal. Attendees will become aware of the dissertation to publication workshop as this collaboration originated through the workshop. In addition, attendees will understand methods for obtaining and generating structured support to develop a publishable manuscript.
As leaders continue to seek innovative ways to support diversity within their organizations and create inclusive organizational cultures, educators in this field find themselves presented with ever-growing opportunities to conduct meaningful research and other scholarship to support current knowledge and practices within this field.
The Community of Scholars was/is an action research project. Developed as a faculty engagement and professional development initiative, it expanded to include School of Advanced Studies (SAS) students and Alumni. The initial goals were to engage practitioner faculty in research and scholarship, to provide faculty development opportunities, to raise the academic profile of practitioner faculty and to identify potential impacts on student outcomes. However, the project became much more.