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Editing master class
The first draft of your article, thesis, or dissertation is never the final draft. In fact, editing can be a never-ending task. This class teaches you techniques for transforming your work line by line into the clearest, most powerful version of your writing possible.
APA boot camp
APA format can seem like a mystifying collection of arbitrary rules. While most programs require a governing body or approved editor to review and approve your APA format, this workshop guides you through the steps for assuring your work is as APA friendly as possible, allowing you to save time and money during the final approval process.
CLASSES: 2--LITERATURE REVIEW
Planning the literature review
Many students find the literature review one of the most challenging parts of research. Moving more easily through this stage of research begins with figuring out which areas and topics of literature you need to cover and which areas and topics you can safely exclude. This workshop provides you with tools and techniques for planning your own literature review, which can be adapted for course papers, theses, dissertations, and articles.
Evaluating literary sources
Sources are not created equal. Learn the differences, virtues, and drawbacks of scholarly research, conference presentations, books, websites, and more. You also will gain tools for evaluating the sources you gather and writing about these strengths and weaknesses in your literature review.
Literature review strategies
From your school days, you may have learned a certain way of writing research papers. If you still remember those strategies, they may or may not work for you now when you are juggling the many demands of your personal, professional, and academic life. Learn four innovative strategies for efficiently reading, thinking, and writing about research.
One of the main challenges I hear from students doing literature reviews is "I can't write it any better than the original article did!" This workshop teaches you how to integrate and paraphrase material from multiple sources and formulate your own original writing.
Selecting a research design: Qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods designs
Given the many kinds of research designs available (e.g., correlational, experimental, grounded theory, phenomenology, ethnography, case study), it is difficult to understand which type would be best for your study. This workshop provides an overview of popular research designs and helps you consider and evaluate what would be best for your study.
Finding and designing data collection tools
Producing sound research results relies on effective data collection instruments (e.g., surveys, interviews, observation). This workshop will guide you through the process of considering what types of data collection instruments to use in your study, finding existing instruments to use or model in your study, and enhancing the validity of the instrument.
Sampling and participant procedures
The number of sampling approaches, especially in qualitative or mixed methods research, can be dizzying. This workshop orients you to the many choices and approaches used when recruiting participants and guides you through the process of designing appropriate approaches for your study.
Analyzing interview and other qualitative data
Various analysis approaches are used to examine qualitative data, depending upon the overall research design, sample, and nature and extent of the data. This workshop provides an overview of the considerations involved when analyzing data and how to select the appropriate approach for you.
Analyzing quantitative data
Quantitative analysis approaches vary based on your research design, sample, and nature and extent of the data. This workshop provides an overview of the considerations involved when analyzing data and how to select the appropriate approach for you.
Creating and writing about data tables
Although you may have collected and even analyzed your data, students often are still unsure how to turn the results into tables and figures that make sense to readers. This workshop provides you with a step by step process for creating and writing about tables and figures that make your results understandable.
Crafting powerful conclusions
The purpose of research is to create new knowledge, which is presented in the form of conclusions in your thesis or dissertation. This workshop guides you through the process of generating powerful conclusions.
Offering evidence-based recommendations
After conducting your study, analyzing your data, and outlining the new knowledge your study has produced, it is important to translate this knowledge into insightful practical recommendations that can benefit your profession, your field, and the world. This workshop provides you with a process for identifying and writing about the practical recommendations you can draw from your original research.
Identifying limitations and delimitations
Every study has limitations that affect the validity of its findings. This workshop provides an overview of limitations and delimitations (along with how these differ), steps for evaluating your own and other studies, and a process for writing about the limitations in your study.
Suggestions for research
One of the final steps you must do as a researcher is pass the baton to those researchers who may wish to continue what you began. This workshop provides you with a process for thinking through your research, identifying those suggestions for future research, and effectively writing about those suggestions.
CLASSES: 6--BEYOND THE DEGREE
Publications & presentations beyond the thesis or dissertation
If you have conducted research based on a MOVIE topic, it is important to consider making your mark through publications and presentations beyond your thesis or dissertation. This workshop will guide you through the process of creating a customized and effective publication strategy based on the research and writing you produced during your degree program.
Turning your research into interventions and offerings
A central part of most theses and dissertations is identifying the practical implications of your research. As practitioner-scholars, you are the most likely figure to help bring these recommendations to fruition. This workshop will guide you through the process of creating actionable steps to make sure your the valuable work you created in your thesis or dissertation makes a difference in the world.
Conducting research after the thesis or dissertation
Conducting research and creating valuable contributions in your areas of interest don't have to stop now that you have earned your degree. Learn about the options for doing more research, whether by yourself or with other collaborators. You also will outline an actionable personalized research strategy to execute after the course.
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