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In this lesson you will learn about market research – what it is, and what you're looking for when you conduct it.

Learning resource type: Interactive courseAudience: Faculty, Graduate, UndergraduateAuthor: Liz Gross, Kary Weaver, Mike Chee, Rachel Figueiredo, Sandra Keys, Emily Wong, Stefaniada VoichitaSubject: Research, Market Research, Education

In this module, you will learn how to find demographic statistics to support your market research.

Learning resource type: Interactive courseAudience: Faculty, Graduate, UndergraduateAuthor: Stefaniada Voichita, Sandra Keys, Rachel Figueiredo Subject: Research, Education, Sociodemographic

This module will introduce you to the difference between Everyday Research and Academic Research, and will provide guidance on where to find academic information.

Learning resource type: Interactive courseAudience: Faculty, Graduate, UndergraduateAuthor: Stefaniada Voichita, Mike CheeSubject: Research, Education, Information

Infographic detailing the academic research process in four main stages: 1) Develop research questions, 2) Gather information, 3) Evaluate sources, 4) Analyze and review.

Learning resource type: InfographicAudience: Faculty, Graduate, UndergraduateAuthor: Jessica Bloom, Jackie Stapleton, Tom HardingSubject: Research

Infographic detailing three ways to determine if a journal article is peer-reviewed: 1) using a database peer-review feature, 2) checking the journal website, 3) checking Ulrich's.

 

Learning resource type: InfographicAudience: Faculty, Graduate, UndergraduateAuthor: Jessica Bloom, Lauren Doyle, Agnes Zientarska-KaykoSubject: Peer Review

Infographic detailing the peer-review process.

Learning resource type: InfographicAudience: Faculty, Graduate, UndergraduateAuthor: Jessica Bloom, Rebecca HutchinsonSubject: Peer Review

Presentation notes with links to best OER sources in STEM.

Learning resource type: Presentation slidesAudience: Faculty, StaffAuthor: Kathy SzigetiSubject: Open educational resources, STEM

In this module you will explore the structure of a typical academic journal. What you learn here will help to inform the journal analysis you will do for this course.

Learning resource type: Interactive courseAudience: Faculty, UndergraduateAuthor: Stefaniada Voichita, Jane Forgay, Mike CheeSubject: History, Education, Research

Presentation offering an overview of OER courses, including typical format, popular repositories, and ideas on how to integrate them into your own course.

Learning resource type: Presentation slidesAudience: Faculty, StaffAuthor: R. Antonio Muñoz Gómez​Subject: Open educational resources

Presentation offering an overview of OER repository options for finding OER textbooks. Best practices are shared around evaluating, adapting, and using OER textbooks.

Each slide has a voice-over audio file, with the transcript available in the speaker's notes. Please download the slides (.pptx file) for the accessible version.

Learning resource type: Presentation slidesAudience: Faculty, StaffAuthor: Carmen PetersSubject: Open educational resources