At the IRB office, we are working diligently to move the researcher through the IRB process in an efficient manner. The process usually begins with a pre-review or a desk-review, and that is when the IRB office coordinators check to ensure that all needed documents are attached to the submission, that it’s been signed by all appropriate parties, and that the application document is filled out correctly and completely. Submissions that pass this desk-review are then forwarded to one of the IRB board members for a review. This is the process that most IRB submissions follow.
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Dr. Elizabeth Johnston, Dr. Jerry Olivas, Dr. Patricia Steele, Dr. Cassandra Smith, and Dr. Liston Bailey received confirmation that their chapter titled Virtual Reality Pedagogical Considerations in Learning Environments was published in Student-Centered Virtual Learning Environments in Higher Education(chapter 2) published by IGI Global and edited by Marius Bobac and Selma Koc.
The School of Advanced Studies Alumni Special Interest Group is excited to announce the start of new feature which will highlight the professional and scholarship advancements of our alumni. Alumni are encouraged to let the SAS Alumni SIG know "how they are doing" by following the directions below. A monthly SAS Alumni Spotlight Profile will be published within the SIG group of the Research Hub.
The Phoenix Scholar has just published its third issue. The third issue brings you articles about current research, scholarship, events, and interviews at the University of Phoenix, written by our leading scholars. Click on news title to download your copy and read more.
The Phoenix Scholar Summer 2018 edition is the third quarterly installment since its inception and the theme coincides with this year’s one millionth University of Phoenix graduate achievement. From its inception of the founders’ revolutionary ideas to offer quality alternative college classes and the new flexibility of the non-traditional classroom are recounted.
Congratulations to Dr. Leslie Miller and Sara Pemble on their successful paper presentation and panel discussion at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) convention in Chicago, Illinois. The presentation team included I-O psychology, HR, and public relations professionals. Further, two Department Chiefs from the Clearwater (FL) Fire & Rescue participated on the panel.
The Education Research Symposium is a forum for presentation of papers and discourse by scholars who have a particular interest in the theory and practice of universal education.
This recent HBR article suggests that the quality of patient care may improve, while costs may decrease given recent developments in applied learning analytics. A component of this improvement is the fact that technology is enabling the sharing of information between patient and provider. Also, this technology will be adaptive in that it will also enable the dynamic, real-time, discovery of patient trends through augmented analytics. Of course, "wearable technology" already offers similar benefits for other industries.