Do you teach a research methodology course for your discipline? Do you plan on teaching a course like this? Do you wonder what others are doing to engage students in the class? How about how the same principle is being taught across different disciplines? This interdisciplinary discussion is being established to provide you with exactly that. Starting with gathering frequently asked questions, as well as frequently encountered problems (both across disciplines and within a discipline), we will meet to discuss ways to engage students with regards to different topics that are covered in such courses. This discussion group will meet monthly and anyone is welcome to join in on the discussion.
Our next meeting for the Research Methods Discussion Group will be February 7, 2013. These monthly meetings will cover different topics that faculty feel are timely and of importance. Should you want to take part in the conversation, please join us in Sprague Library, room 031.
To sign up for the Teaching Research Methods Discussion Group, please click here...
For any questions or suggestions about additional courses or topics that you would like to see discussed, please contact Dr. Cigdem Talgar at firstname.lastname@example.org.