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Teaching & Supervising Research: Podcasts

Research in Action is a terrific resource from Oregon State University’s Ecampus Research Unit. Katie Linder, RIA Director, finds and interviews smart, interesting trailblazers. With notes and instructor guides for each podcast, they are excellent for classroom, seminar, or other teaching and learning purposes. Get your headphones on and enjoy!

Categories: Audio, Focus Series, Podcast, Research, Students, Supervising research, Teaching, Tools and Resources, Uncategorised

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Academic Labor: An Appreciation

Let’s pause this Labor Day to acknowledge and recognize academic labor. Labor Day was made a Federal holiday in the United States in 1894. Labor Day is observed on the same September Monday in Canada, and at other times of the year across the world. It was originally a celebration of the power of organized […]

Categories: Careers, Editorial, Ethics, Presenting, Research, Research Skills, Reviewing, Supervising research, Teaching

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Teaching Methods with Research Cases: Participatory Action Research

The MethodSpace focus for August is on teaching research methods. We will follow on in September, with a focus on mentoring, supervising, and guiding researchers. You can find the whole series here, including information about the September 12 webinar,”Nurturing the Researchers of Tomorrow.” Register now and find the time in your zone here. Teaching Methods with Research Cases […]

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Teaching Methods: Some Trends in the Literature

The MethodSpace focus for August is on teaching research methods. We will follow on in September, with a focus on mentoring, supervising, and guiding researchers. You can find the whole series here, including information about the September 12 webinar,”Nurturing the Researchers of Tomorrow.” Research methods are hard to learn, and a challenge to teach. The […]

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