What Makes a Good Research Question?

What Makes a Good Research Question?  Posing questions leads to the pursuit of knowledge, and thus speaks to the critical importance of formulating research questions. According to Alvesson & Sandberg, “one could even say that good research questions might be as valuable and sometimes even more valuable than answers. Questions may open up, encourage reflection […]

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Leaping into the Networked Web

I was particularly intrigued by Dron and Anderson’s (2014) exploration of the notional freedoms available to learners in groups, networks, and sets. In groups, learners have high levels of freedom in relation to choice of place and delegation, but the freedoms related to medium, pace, and to a lesser extent content, are directed more by […]

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Visual Network Mapping

As I mapped my networks, I returned to David White’s visitor-resident typology mapping video (2013) to assist in the process.  It became clear quite quickly that I have developed three fairly distinct networks: my professional network as a teacher, my new graduate school network as a Royal Roads MALAT student, and my personal network, comprised […]

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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 customizing your WordPress site. Navigating the Dashboard Customizing the Appearance of your WebSpace Themes Creating […]

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