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The Virtual Graduate School: an Approach to Embedding Open Educational Resources in Social Science Research Methods Teaching and Learning Dr Ester Ehiyazaryan -White, University Centre Doncaster. 6 th ESRC Research Methods Festival, St Catherine’s College, Oxford. Context.
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The Virtual Graduate School: an Approach to Embedding Open Educational Resources in Social Science Research Methods Teaching and LearningDr Ester Ehiyazaryan-White, University Centre Doncaster
6th ESRC Research Methods Festival, St Catherine’s College, Oxford
Salmon’s five stage model for collaborative online learning
Image courtesy of International Forum of Educational Technology & Society
Open, real world data
Dissemination of research
Qualitative and quantitative research methods
Practice based research
Writing for publication
Acquiring and writing research bids
Reflective practice in research
Advanced literature searching
Presentation skills for researchers
Ethics guidance for research projects
Changing the Learning Landscape HEA funding
Involvement of four students working on projects in their respective disciplines
Premise of the project – to develop digital literacy skills in students participating in the project, as defined by the Digital and Information Literacy Framework (OU)
Following the example of Graham Gibbs, national teaching fellowship project – Online QDA.
Cloudworks – a support environment for students working on VGS content development
Dr Ester Ehiyazaryan-White, Lecturer in Professional and eLearning Development, University Centre Doncaster
Tel: 0130 255 3809
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