This month in the IRB Corner we discuss data management and how to make plans to protect your participants’ privacy as you maintain research records. We address levels of risk as they relate to maintaining personally identifying information. We also discuss what types of research materials should be considered in the data management plan and strategies to best protect participants’ privacy as records are retained. Finally, we discuss best practices for destroying research materials.
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The agreement is between the School of Advanced Studies, University of Phoenix and the Carolina Biological Supply Company.
Get to know Nichelle Stone, Ed.D/ET, a School of Advanced Studies alumnus who recently used her dissertation findings to publish a book on becoming an effective virtual school leader.
Dr. Jim Lane's proposal was recently accepted as a book chapter in an upcoming book to be published by Information Age entitled I Am What I Become – Constructing an Identity as a Lifelong Learner. His abstract follows:
CPRE fellow Tonya Saheli, J.D., was recently featured in the Research Hub's Researcher Spotlight.
Dr. Jim Lane's essay "The Classroom as Metaphor and Window to Democracy" was recently accepted for publication in the Berkeley Review of Education.
The Qualitative Report Conference met numerous UOP scholars
8th Annual TQR Collage - Top row left to right: Mansureh Kebritchi, Jean Plough, Ronald Chenial, Middle row, Jim Lane, Erik Bean. Bottom row: Katherine Temple, Patricia Okojie, Bonnie Ellis, Janice Cardwell, Carolyn Ellis.
COR reviews applications differently than funding agencies, dissertation committees, or internal review boards. We expect research studies to be of publishable caliber. Below are three tips to improve your COR application based on common pitfalls.
1. We tend to avoid studies with convenience sampling. While we are the largest online university, we are not always generalizable. Rational for UOPX is critical. Why UOPX?
View the latest funding recipients from the Office of Scholarship Support. Awards include: Faculty Honorarium, Excellence in Publishing Award, Scholarship Presentation Award, and the SAS Research Presentation Award.