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Research Practices 1051-501 http://www.cis.rit.edu/class/simg-501/. J.P. Hornak, 1051-501, 2006. What is Research?. … a systematic investigation designed to develop or contribute to generalized knowledge. Source: Code of Federal Regulations. - Testing Hypothesis - Drawing Conclusions

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Research Practices

1051-501

http://www.cis.rit.edu/class/simg-501/

J.P. Hornak, 1051-501, 2006

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What is Research?

… a systematic investigation designed to develop or contribute to generalized knowledge.

Source: Code of Federal Regulations

- Testing Hypothesis

- Drawing Conclusions

- Developing or Contributing Knowledge

J.P. Hornak, 1051-501, 2006

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This course is designed to develop your skills in technical communication and scientific research practices.

The technical communication aspect of this course is concerned with sharpening your powers of oral and written persuasion, known to the scientific community as a proposal presentation and writing.

The scientific research practices aspect of this course is concerned with teaching you to think like a scientist so you will be able to formulate a hypothesis, design experiments to test the hypothesis, and interpret results.

J.P. Hornak, 1051-501, 2006

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Each student is required to research, write, and present a proposal for an independent research project.

If you are planning to take 1051-502 and -503,your proposal is a request to be granted permission to perform one to five credit hours per quarter of research with a faculty advisor in 1051-502 and/or -503.

J.P. Hornak, 1051-501, 2006

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First Quarter (501)

- Select a research advisor

- Scientific writing & communication

- Research Practices and Ethics

- Proposal Writing

- Oral presentation of research proposal

- Begin research with advisor

Second Quarter (502)

- Continue research with advisor

- Interpersonal skills and getting research done

- Progress reports

Third Quarter (503)

- Complete research with advisor

- Poster Presentation

- Oral Presentation

- Senior Thesis

J.P. Hornak, 1051-501, 2006

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Sounds like a lot of writing!

J.P. Hornak, 1051-501, 2006

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Sounds like a lot of writing!

It is, but the only way to become good at something is repetition!

J.P. Hornak, 1051-501, 2006

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Why am I taking this course?

J.P. Hornak, 1051-501, 2006

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Why am I taking this course?

It’s required!

J.P. Hornak, 1051-501, 2006

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Why am I taking this course?

It’s required!

Your major isImaging Science.

So shouldn’t you get some training as a scientist?

J.P. Hornak, 1051-501, 2006

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Why am I taking this course?

It’s required!

Your major isImaging Science.

So shouldn’t you get some training as ascientist?

But I am not going to do research when I graduate.

J.P. Hornak, 1051-501, 2006

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Why am I taking this course?

It’s required!

Your major isImaging Science.

So shouldn’t you get some training as ascientist?

But I am not going to do research when I graduate.

So, you may not use IDL, Linear Systems, Color

Science, etc, but we still require them!

J.P. Hornak, 1051-501, 2006

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My Course Philosophy

- Minimize burdens

- Eliminate unnecessary hurdles

- Every assignment has a purpose

J.P. Hornak, 1051-501, 2006

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Evaluation

- No Exams

- Grade based on your performance on assignments

- Assignment due dates will be set and adhered to.

- You will not receive a grade in this course, nor will

you be able to register for 1051-502, unless your

research proposal is approved.

J.P. Hornak, 1051-501, 2006

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Web Page

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Choosing a Research

Advisor

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