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Research Office Seminars
Responsible Conduct of Research Series
Data Acquisition, Management, Sharing and Ownership
March 7, 2014; 12:00-1:00 p.m.
Nursing, Room 214 or via Adobe Connect at:
Ethical Use and Treatment of Human Subjects in Research
May 9, 2014; 12:00-1:00 p.m.
Nursing, Room 214 or via Adobe Connect at:
Conflict of Interest Policy - https://conted.breeze.UND.nodak.edu/p95ax45flbq/
Mentor/Trainee Responsibilities – https://conted.breeze.UND.nodak.edu/p7dhybulazn/
- Mentoring in research and scholarly activity
- Brigham et al., pg 16-21
Responsible Authorship - https://conted.breeze.UND.nodak.edu/p8nkvk2pau7/
- Roig M. Avoiding plagiarism, self-plagiarism, and other questionable writing practices: A guide to ethical writing.
- UNH RCR online study guide, Peer review in research and scholarly activity
Collaborative Science – No recording available
- ORI Introduction to RCR, Collaborative Research, Steneck NH
- UNH RCR Online Study Guide, Collaborative Research
- Brigham et al., p 32-36 http://ccnmtl.columbia.edu/projects/rcr/rcr_science/
Research Misconduct – No recording available
- Misconduct in Scholarly Activity, UNH Responsible Conduct of Research RCR online study guide http://ori.hhs.gov/education/products/unh_round1/www.unh.edu/rcr/Misconduct-Title.htm
- Brigham et al., pg 62-66;
Research Brown Bag Series
Using Zotero and Google Scholar for Finding Articles and Citation Management
Google Scholar, in combination with the free citation management program Zotero, offers an efficient way to search for articles, manage reference lists, and build in-text citations and bibliographies. It is possible to create shared bibliographies hosted in "the cloud.
Dr. Sage will demonstrate how to use these tools to benefit your own writing and so that you can better assist students in finding and referencing peer-reviewed literature. If time allows, we will also discuss google scholar profiles.
Presented by: Dr. Melanie Sage, Assistant Professor, Social Work & Dawn Hackmann, Reference Librarian, Library Health Sciences
Nutrition Education and its Impact on Quality of Life
This brown bag session focuses on the impact a large national nutrition education program has on a participant's quality of life. This session will show the evaluation results of the QOL Profile Adult Version tool with a low-income audience, as well as qualitative analysis on stories collected during the project. The data of this initial research project will be used to develop a quality of life tool that will truly measure the impact nutrition education may have on program participants.
Presented by: Wanda Koszewski, Clinical Associate Professor/Chair, Nutrition & Dietetics
Reflective Journals as a Flipped Classroom Strategy- Student Satisfaction and Faculty Experience
March 24, 2014
Flipped Classroom techniques are activities in which "events that have traditionally taken place inside the classroom now take place outside the classroom and vice versa." This research explores the use of Reading Reflection Journals as a Flipped Classroom technique. Social work students using this technique report improved reading and engagement.
- understand the definitions and emerging practices related to Flipped Classroom techniques;
- learn an overview of the evidence-supported benefits of using Flipped Classroom techniques;
- learn the procedures of using Reading Reflections as a Flipped Classroom technique;
- be able to name themes related to student feedback of a pilot study that utilized this approach.
This session is available with Adobe Connect at:
An Evaluation Of UND's Effort To Generate Awareness Of Issues Related To Interpersonal Violence Through The Clothesline Project
This brown bag presents a program evaluation of UND's Clothesline Project. The presentation will describe the demographics of individuals who viewed the Clothesline Project, awareness change in those individuals, what these individuals learned and felt. The findings from our research will be used to inform future clothesline project display.
Dr. Andrew Quinn, Associate Professor, Social Work; Natalie Marcussen, BSW; Jacqueline Hoffarth, MSW