- Sarah Abu Bakr at http://seimpulses.blogspot.com/
- Kate Brennan at http://onethousandandoneways.blogspot.com/
- Jordan Crosby at http://jordancrosby.com/
- Robert Darrah at http://messyplay.wordpress.com/
- Alphonso Grant at http://www.personal.psu.edu/awg136/blogs/alphonso/
- Christine Hanawalt at http://christinahanawalt.wordpress.com/
- Hyunji Kwon at http://hyunjikwon.com/
- Laura Sapelly at http://laurasapelly.wordpress.com/
- Asavari Thatte at http://creativeyogini.wordpress.com/
- Sue Uhlig at http://sueuhlig.blogspot.com/
Emerging Research Blogs by Art Educators in A ED 502, fall 2010
- Chien-Tu Jeff Lai at http://www.wretch.cc/blog/chientulai
- Laura McGowan at http://lauram6.wordpress.com/2010/08/
- Kuen Kuen Liu at https://kuenbird.wordpress.com/
- Samantha Nolte at http://stnolteaed502.wordpress.com/
- Ulyssa Martinez at http://www.personal.psu.edu/ubm5000/blogs/research/
- Laura March at http://theartmarch.blogspot.com/
- Jung-Hyun Kim at http://jok5294.wordpress.com
- Irma Carolina Rubio at http://abriendocaminosinarteducation.blogspot.com/
The Qualitative Interest Research Group meets throughout the year at Penn State. For lists of qualitative research courses, publications, to become a member and meet other qualitative researchers at Penn State, and other information go to http://quig.psu.edu/
InAEA--International Art Education Association is an online group located in the virtual world of Second Life for all art educators around the world to communicate. There is a bookshelf of dissertation abstracts, and journal articles concerning teaching and learning in online environments at the InAEA Second Life site. See http://slurl.com/secondlife/Dace/120/235/319/ A resource of research in virtual worlds is at http://www.inaea.org/archive.aspx#Research-in-Virtual-Environments
Here's an automatic Bibliography citation maker at http://www.ottobib.com/ and
http://www.bookrags.com/bibliography/ I just plug in the ISBN number and it does most of the work for me (though I do double-check to make sure). Laura March
Various Transcription Resources--suggested by Ryan Patton:
A review of various transcription services:
Funding support is available for School of Visual Arts (SoVA) graduate students travel to present papers, moderate, and serve as discussant at conferences or to install artworks in exhibition venues during the 2011-2012 academic year. To request funding discuss with your advisor, fill out the form, which includes a signature of a faculty advisor. The faculty advisor will submit the request to the Director of the School of Visual Arts with a note of support and ranking should there be several requests. Given that the allocation for travel is limited in the SoVA, the SoVA will, as in the past, be asking for matching funds from the Associate Dean of Administration, Research, and Graduate Studies. Submit requests as early as possible as the resources are limited. You must complete a form for EACH trip for which you are requesting funding. Please contact Tammy Hosterman at 814-863-0010 or by email at email@example.com with any questions about completing the form.
A U.S. based company:
A company that art ed doctoral candidate Ryan Patton has used and was satisfied with the quality and price:
Skype phone transcriptionReview of Mechanical Turk for transcription and other work
Scholarship & Research Integrity (SARI) online training program provided by the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI) and updates in their newsletters is at www.research.psu.edu/training/sari at the SARI@PSU Resource Portal. The university's SARI 2009 initiative requires that each graduate student receive Scholarship and Research Integrity (SARI) certificates prior to conducting research and within the first year of the graduate program.
The SARI program at Penn State is designed to offer graduate students comprehensive, multilevel training in the responsible conduct of research, in a way that is tailored to address the issues faced by individual disciplines. Beginning with the incoming class of 2009, all graduate students at Penn State must complete all the requirements for SARI. The SARI Resource Portal provides information, teaching tools, and links to resources to support SARI program activities, as well as access to an online training program provided by the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI), which is part of the first-year graduate program requirements. Provide certificate of completion in the candidacy packet.
SARI Program Plan
School of Visual Arts, College of Arts and Architecture
The SARI program is an opportunity to engage graduate students broadly in a dialog surround issues pertinent to research ethics. The SARI Program has two parts:
1) During the first year of enrollment, graduate students are required to complete an online RCR training program provided by the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI). The Office for Research Protections (ORP) provides the conduit to this training via the SARI Resource Portal on the ORP website. When you have completed the course (with 80% or higher scores on the quizzes), you will receive a completion report. You should deliver a copy of that report to the Art Education Program Office (provide to Charolette Waltz or Mary Ann Stauffer in the Patterson SoVA office) for record keeping. For part 1 of the SARI Program, all first-year Masters of Science and doctoral students in the Art Education Program in the School of Visual Arts are required to participate in the CITI Program Plan by taking the required modules (offered online OR in the SARI certificate approved workshops) and an elective (offered online OR in the SARI certificate approved workshops).
2) Graduate students will also be required to engage in 5 hours of discussion-based RCR education. The five hours of discussion in ART ED 502 will include the following: Peer review, integrity in research and scholarship, issues of research misconduct, appropriate research documentation, copyright permissions, acknowledgement and citation of resources, the IRB process for human subjects study, and mentoring responsibilities, among others.
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