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Research Methods Part 1: Exploring Research Methods- Graduate Research Workshop

2 ways to attend! Face-to-Face in JCKL 1424 or Stream Online via ITV.
Research Methods Part 1: Exploring Research Methods  is the forth workshop in the Graduate Research Workshop series. The same workshop is offered twice.

Learning Objectives for this workshop:

  • Overview of qualitative, quantitative and mixed method research approaches
  • Introduces students to the correlation between the research question/problem statement and the application research approaches

Workshop Objectives

  • Expose graduate students to a comprehensive overview of the research process.
  • Provide graduate students with hands-on practical experience and tools for effective research at the graduate level.
  • Structured for graduate students completing either a final project or a thesis.
  • Reinforced referral to the advisor/research instructor for content specifics.
Date:
Wednesday, October 17, 2018
Time:
7:00pm - 8:50pm
Location:
JCKL 1424 Distance Classroom
Audience:
  Graduate Faculty     Graduate Program Coordinators     Graduate Student     Graduate Thesis     Thesis Committee Member  
Categories:
  Graduate Research Workshop Series  

Event Organizer

Laura Horne-Popp
Janette Klein
Drew Burkeybile