EDUC.6911: Introduction to Research Design and Methods - Newton

Instructor

Xiaoxia Newton
Xiaoxia_Newton@uml.edu
Office Hours: 

Course Chat Thur 7pm-8pm

You can view the course syllabus by clicking here.

WORKSHOP: George Hart

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Background

EDUC 6911: Applied Research Design

This course has two intertwined objectives. First, it intends to enable you to articulate a good educational research question. Secondly, it aims to enable you to conceptualize appropriate research design and methodology that will address the question at hand. You will learn the research process that educational scholars typically go through to formulate a research question and a research design to address the question. 

FALL 2017

A cohort of 15 doctoral students (mostly Education, 1 Global Studies) beginning their literature review assignment.  The group meets in O'Leary 517.

The main purpose is learning how to navigate the library on-line while searching references for their chosen research topics, accessing full texts, etc.