researchConducting Research with your Online Students

Wednesday, April 26 | 2 – 3 p.m. ET

Via Zoom

**please note this is one week later than our typical webinars

This webinar will explore working with online students as research assistants and in the online or blended classroom. We will discuss getting creative so that you can conduct your research in an online environment. Ideas are directed towards working with online undergraduates, but many of the ideas and techniques will translate to online graduate students as well. In particular, we will briefly introduce: the need for research with online students, introduction to online students, communicating and mentoring online students, techniques and methodologies that work online for research.

Presented by:

Dr. Paula Bigatel, Instructional Designer

Dr. Brian Redmond, Director Organizational Leadership

Register here! Please choose “[04/26/17-04/26/17] WEB1150: Conducting Research with your Online Students” from the event drop down list.  Registration will close on Monday, April 24. At that time you will receive the Zoom link to access the meeting space along with an attached document for reference. All webinars are recorded and posted on our website for future viewing.

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