• Guidelines for Authorship Attribution and Citation in the Dissemination of Scholarly Work 

      O'Lynn, Chad E.; Rice, Robyn A.; Bridgers, Susan; Crouch, Suzanne J.; Phillips, Candice (2018-02-07)
      Confusion may arise when determining how to properly credit authorship of scholarly work when the work was conducted by multiple individuals. Unfortunately, there is no consensus among disciplines, journals, publication ...
    • A pain & pain management course enhanced by liberal arts content 

      Byma, Elizabeth
      Background: Pain affects millions and is associated with negative outcomes. Educating baccalaureate students from a variety of majors regarding pain will place persons in society that are familiar with the complex, ...
    • Research Fables: No. 01 Snow White and the 7 Threats to Validity 

      Grace, Jeanne T.
      I started writing the fables in 1996, when I took over teaching the undergraduate research course. At first, they were "buried treasures" hidden in the on-line course materials (it was a hybrid course, and we were trying ...
    • Research Fables: No. 02 The Hunch-test of Notre Dame 

      Grace, Jeanne T.
      I started writing the fables in 1996, when I took over teaching the undergraduate research course. At first, they were "buried treasures" hidden in the on-line course materials (it was a hybrid course, and we were trying ...
    • Research Fables: No. 03 Goldilocks and the 3 Levels of Data 

      Grace, Jeanne T.
      I started writing the fables in 1996, when I took over teaching the undergraduate research course. At first, they were "buried treasures" hidden in the on-line course materials (it was a hybrid course, and we were trying ...
    • Research Fables: No. 04 Report to the Great Pumpkin 

      Grace, Jeanne T.
      I started writing the fables in 1996, when I took over teaching the undergraduate research course. At first, they were "buried treasures" hidden in the on-line course materials (it was a hybrid course, and we were trying ...
    • Research Fables: No. 05 The Princess and the P-value 

      Grace, Jeanne T.
      I started writing the fables in 1996, when I took over teaching the undergraduate research course. At first, they were "buried treasures" hidden in the on-line course materials (it was a hybrid course, and we were trying ...
    • Research Fables: No. 06 The Triads of Little Pigs 

      Grace, Jeanne T.
      I started writing the fables in 1996, when I took over teaching the undergraduate research course. At first, they were "buried treasures" hidden in the on-line course materials (it was a hybrid course, and we were trying ...
    • Research Fables: No. 07, Cinderella...or the Measurement of True Love 

      Grace, Jeanne T.
      I started writing the fables in 1996, when I took over teaching the undergraduate research course. At first, they were "buried treasures" hidden in the on-line course materials (it was a hybrid course, and we were trying ...
    • Research Fables: No. 08 Little Red Research Student 

      Grace, Jeanne T.
      I started writing the fables in 1996, when I took over teaching the undergraduate research course. At first, they were "buried treasures" hidden in the on-line course materials (it was a hybrid course, and we were trying ...
    • Research Fables: No. 09 Sleeping Beauty 

      Grace, Jeanne T.
      I started writing the fables in 1996, when I took over teaching the undergraduate research course. At first, they were "buried treasures" hidden in the on-line course materials (it was a hybrid course, and we were trying ...
    • Research Fables: No. 10 Wizard of IRB 

      Grace, Jeanne T.
      I started writing the fables in 1996, when I took over teaching the undergraduate research course. At first, they were "buried treasures" hidden in the on-line course materials (it was a hybrid course, and we were trying ...
    • Research Fables: No. 11 Chicken Little 

      Grace, Jeanne T.
      I started writing the fables in 1996, when I took over teaching the undergraduate research course. At first, they were "buried treasures" hidden in the on-line course materials (it was a hybrid course, and we were trying ...

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