Assignment 3

by Deborah Zornes.  There havE been some questions with regard to how to structure part 1 of the assignment as it doesn’t clearly line up with the rubric. Here is s copy of the response I provided earlier today that might’ve useful to all of you. I would use the...

Pallet posts& final assignment

by Deborah Zornes.  Thank you to each of you for your thoughtful posts and comments back to your colleagues in the padlet on ethics, validity, bias, etc.  Thanks to those who have posted in the final padlet as well - there is still lots of time for that final...

Primary and Secondary reserach

by Deborah Zornes.  Great posts on primary vs secondary research in the padlet. There will be more discussion this coming week on this topic but I thought I'd give you a few pieces to consider. There is not a 'better than' issue here - both primary and secondary...

Academic writing – some considerations

by Deborah Zornes.  Good evening everyone. Below is part of an email that Leigh has given me permission to share with you. It was as a result of feedback regarding the Activity where you reflected on academic writing. I hope it provides some guidance for you and...

TCPS Certificate – Currency

by Deborah Zornes.  Good morning everyone, there was a question with regard to the TCPS (Ethics) online course and providing a copy of the certificate of completion and timing. Specifically, if someone completed the course prior to starting the MALAT program...

What makes a good research question?

A good research question could be seen as the narrowing scope of a magnifying glass: Find a clear focal point within a larger topic. An ideal question converges the ambiguity of a broad topic down to a scope that is focused and arguable. Seek to clarify a complex...

What makes a good research question?

A good research question could be seen as the narrowing scope of a magnifying glass: Find a clear focal point within a larger topic. An ideal question converges the ambiguity of a broad topic down to a scope that is focused and arguable. Seek to clarify a complex...

What makes a good research question

A good research question begins with interest; the amount of work involved in undertaking the quality and quantity of research that would lead to substantial and change related research findings is immense and requires a high level of dedication from the researcher....