Research Made Easy, Fun & Profitable

Group Affiliation: 
- Private group -


All members of the academic community can benefit from this workshop. This session includes an easy to duplicate example of how to collect and convert qualitative information into a quantitative Likert-type survey that can be used to collect data for analysis. Attendees will gain an understanding about applying a sound and systematic approach for turning one’s research agenda into financially profitable outcomes that can be easily duplicated.

Additionally, attendees will learn how social media was applied to different aspects of authoring and promoting published content. Those attending will gain insights of the application of open source learning management systems as a vehicle to provide online training and educational programs serving a world-wide audience. Attendees will leave with an understanding of how to repurpose content for different vehicles ultimately creating multiple stream income from an original research project.

Alignment to Symposium

This informative interactive workshop reflects how the presenter applied research that improved the performance of different clients, their organizations, and the ripple effect into the communities they serve through the different published products that will be addressed in this session. Also, the presenter will address innovative educational practices that culminated in teaching and learning tools in and outside of formal academia settings.

University of Phoenix
Richard Schuttler, Ph.D.
Presentation Date: 
Saturday, July 22, 2017
Event or Conference: 
Knowledge Without Boundaries Annual Symposium 2017
Presentation Type: 
Boyer's Domain: 
Presentation Location: 
60 East 5th Street
Tempe, AZ 85281
United States
This 60-minute practitioner workshop is designed to share practical simple steps of how the presenter turned a personal research agenda into peer-reviewed journal articles, textbooks, ebooks, training courses, and other non-academic published vehicles. This workshop contains step-by-step processes followed by the presenter that can easily be duplicated by attendees.