Overview of collaborations   Educators in a variety of educational settings—from K12 to the university classroom— have long used collaborative approaches to teaching and assessing students. More recently, educators and policy makers have identified the ability to collaborate as an important outcome in its own right rather than merely a means to an end. For […]

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The primary purpose of a thesis or dissertation is to train the student in the processes of scholarly research and writing under the direction of members of the Graduate Faculty. After the student has graduated and the work is published, it serves as a contribution to human knowledge, useful to other scholars and perhaps even […]

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Scientific research must begin with a defined research question, which results in a well designed research protocol that plans the overall approach. This foundation should lead to a set of data from which the manuscript can be constructed. Manuscripts submitted to journals for consideration for publication typically have the following components. • Title Page • […]

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