Search Results for Tag: Collaboration

Action Research Podcast: Interview with the Editors

The MethodSpace focus for October was on Action Research. Our Mentors-in-Residence this month were Ernie Stringer and Alfredo Ortiz Aragon, co-authors of a new edition of the text Action Research. You can find the entire series of posts through this link. I am updating this post about the AR Podcast to highlight new episodes relevant to our […]

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Roots And Wings Of Action Research

The MethodSpace focus for October was on Action Research, and we are continuing to share posts on these participatory methods. November is Academic Writing Month with a 2020 focus on Publishing Trends (and what they mean for academic writers.) You can find the unfolding series of Action Research posts through this link, and you can find […]

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Transforming Indigenous / Non-Indigenous Research Partnerships: A Comic for Researchers

This February MethodSpace will focus on Indigenous and Intercultural Research. A Comic With a Message A cross-cultural group of researchers is developing a set of resources “to support Indigenous and non-indigenous researchers planning research collaborations to think about their methods, assumptions and behaviours.”  Dr. Deborah McGregor, a panelist for the upcoming MethodSpace Live webinar, is […]

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Science is Shifting Toward Collaboration. So Why Don’t We Teach More Collaboration?

The way that science is done is changing. More and more, research is conducted in collaborative teams, pulling together scientists from a variety of areas of experience and geographic locations. This is particularly true in environmental sciences, where the types of complex, multifaceted issues faced by society can only be addressed by bringing together researchers with multiple perspectives. Across a wide range of fields, there is evidence that multi-authored research is more highly cited, suggesting that this shift in the culture of science is producing novel and exciting results…

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