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“Write a Book” Webinar Follow-Up Q & A

Using the tag #AcWriMo, writers around the world discuss their goals and progress, and share resources throughout November.  Find the evolving series here. If you log into MethodSpace, you will be subscribed and receive new posts by email. Lots of questions were posed during the Write a Book! From Acquisition to Publication webinar. Find responses on […]

Categories: ACWRIMO, Books, Focus Series, Getting published, MethodSpace Live!, Writing

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Webinar Registration is Re-Opened

Trolls want to write books? Who knew? Apparently they do, since 90,000 of them tried to register for our webinar, leaving no space for human writers. However, we kicked them out, so space is now available.  Join us November 14, at the time in your zone, for  Write a Book! From Acquisition to Publication. This […]

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Academic Writing Month: Focus on Books

November is Academic Writing Month. Using the tag #AcWriMo, writers around the world discuss their goals and progress, and share resources.  On SAGE MethodSpace, we collaborate with the Textbook and Academic Authors Association to share original posts, resources, examples, tips, and encouragement. We offer Tweetchats and webinars that allow us to learn from each other, […]

Categories: Focus Series, MethodSpace Live!, Research, Research Skills, Teaching, Tools and Resources, Uncategorised, Writing

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Nurturing Researchers Webinar Q & A

More questions were posted than we had time to answer during the during the Nurturing the Researchers of Tomorrow webinar. This is the first of a series of posts in response. Q. I understand that Nicola Pallit’s work was based on postgraduate research. I feel like undergraduate research has been neglected. After all, they will […]

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Teach Research Methods: Start With a Culture of Inquiry

One principle is common across all methodologies and methods: research is about asking questions. We conduct research to find and test solutions to problems. A researcher’s mindset is not set, instead it is open to new insights– or to being proven wrong. How do we teach in ways that help our students learn how to approach problems with open minds, and to craft and conduct research?

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