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Bias and Challenges in Conducting Research

The comment that Dr. George Veletsianos made which struck a cord with me is in regards to keeping your biases in check when analyzing the data collected from the participants of a research study. This resonates with me because in… Continue Reading →

When starting the research about what makes a good research questions, a list of common elements appears. According to “The Writing Center” (n.d.; this list includes: clear – provide enough details to engage your audience focused – keep the topic… Continue Reading →

My Visual Network

  This is my visual network as I see it. I have broken it down into three categories; professional, personal, and academic. My professional use includes two separate LMS networks, LinkedIn, Slack, and internal email. I design various eLearning courses… Continue Reading →

Cultivating a Digital Presence and Identity

The concept of plotting my engagement with the web is both a challenging and foreign idea for me. According the Dave White, there is a fluid continuum between visitor and resident, and thus has a different meaning for each individual…. Continue Reading →

Digital Technology Mapping

  I had quite a bit of fun mapping my use of technology. Initially I thought this task was going to be a more challenging process than it actually was. Although I have considered my use of social media or… Continue Reading →

Reflecting on Virtual Synopsium Sessions

What were some surprising ideas that you encountered as you reviewed the recordings and artefacts? Why were they surprising? I truly enjoyed taking part in the virtual synopsis sessions. I viewed a few recordings and found the question of “how… Continue Reading →

Welcome to your site!

This is your WebSpace powered by WordPress site. It will be the home for your journey through the MALAT program, and you can customize it to meet your needs and reflect your style. Use these tutorials to learn more about… Continue Reading →

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