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TAR - Teaching As Research: Introduction

Research resources for to improve teaching at the university level

Teaching As Research

This research guide can be used for CETL 8802: Teaching-As-Research at GT (TARGT) or The Faculty Learning Community: Teaching Scholars: Teaching-As-Research.

Alternative terms for Teaching-As-Research are:

  • TAR
  • Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
  • SoTL
  • Discipline-Based Education Research
  • DBER

 

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Consultations with Librarian(s)

Email Isabel Altamirano or your Subject Librarian to research your topic. 

The librarians can assist with other aspects of your research topic.

  • Alison Valk                           Multimedia
  • Ameet Doshi                        Bibliometrics / Scientometrics, R Programming
  • Archives                               Primary Source Research
  • Charlie Bennett                    Podcasting and the Creative Process (where ideas come from)
  • Fred Rascoe                         Scholarly Communications (publishing, copyright, open access) and Information Literacy
  • Isabel Altamirano                 UX Design for Libraries, LaTex training
  • Jay Forrest                            R Programming, Machine Learning, Hadoop, SQL, NoSQL, Research Methods: (small n studies -  experimental design, case study, comparative method/qualitative comparative analysis) & (deductive qualitative analysis - for populations up to 2^6 and big n analysis where n> 2^18)
  • Liz Holdsworth                     Grant Finding, Evidence-Based Medicine, Poster & Infographic Design, Agriculture Science & Economics
  • Kirk Henderson                    Exhibitions
  • Marlee Givens                       EndNote
  • Ximin Mi                               Data Visualization
 
 

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