Event Title

Research Rewards: A Video Mentoring Program

Presentation Type

Workshop

Location

BHC 128

Start Date

26-9-2009 9:00 AM

End Date

26-9-2009 9:45 AM

Description/Abstract

Arts and Humanities students too often have an unimaginative concept of research and limited use of research strategies. To stimulate their interest in research and participation in faculty mentored projects, I used CASTL grant funding to develop a video series based on successful faculty-mentored undergraduate student research projects. These dynamic portraits capture the research process, responsibility, commitment, and pride students experience in these mentor relationships. Assessment plans using survey responses will also be included.

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Sep 26th, 9:00 AM Sep 26th, 9:45 AM

Research Rewards: A Video Mentoring Program

BHC 128

Arts and Humanities students too often have an unimaginative concept of research and limited use of research strategies. To stimulate their interest in research and participation in faculty mentored projects, I used CASTL grant funding to develop a video series based on successful faculty-mentored undergraduate student research projects. These dynamic portraits capture the research process, responsibility, commitment, and pride students experience in these mentor relationships. Assessment plans using survey responses will also be included.