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Apex & Student Research: For Faculty


Selected Bibliography

Coady, C., & Nelson, K. (2013). Extra-curricular undergraduate research training: Notes on the pedagogical practices behind the Sydney undergraduate journal of musicology. Journal of University Teaching and Learning Practice, 10(2), 1-13.

Fike, M. A. (2011). Promoting research in an undergraduate Shakespeare course. CEA Forum, 40(2), 43-54.

Hulburt, K. J., & Knotts, M. (2012). Making the turn: Fostering an inquiry stance in teacher education. English Teaching: Practice and Critique, 11(2), 94-112.

Johnson, G., & Green, R. (2007). Undergraduate researchers and the poster session. Journal of Instructional Psychology, 34(2), 117-119.

Maunder, R., Cunliffe, M., Galvin, J., Mjali, S., & Rogers, J. (2013). Listening to student voices: Student researchers exploring undergraduate experiences of university transition. Higher Education, 66(2), 139-152.

Miller, C. W., Hamel, J., Holmes, K. D., Helmey-Hartman, W. L., & Lopatto, D. (2013). Extending your research team: Learning benefits when a laboratory partners with a classroom. Bioscience, 63(9), 754-762.

Ryser, L., Markey, S., & Halseth, G. (2013). Developing the next generation of community-based researchers: Tips for undergraduate students. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 37(1), 11-27.

Searight, H., Ratwik, S., & Smith, T. (2010). "Hey, I can do this!" The benefits of conducting undergraduate psychology research for young adult development. Insight: A Journal of Scholarly Teaching, 106-114.

Singleton, R. R. (2007). The campus survey: Integrating pedagogy, scholarship, and evaluation. Teaching Sociology, 35(1), 48-61.

Strangfeld, J. A. (2013). Promoting active learning: Student-led data gathering in undergraduate statistics. Teaching Sociology, 41(2), 199-206.

Taraban, R., & Logue, E. (2012). Academic factors that affect undergraduate research experiences. Journal of Educational Psychology, 104(2), 499-514.

Webber, K., Nelson Laird, T., & BrckaLorenz, A. (2013). Student and faculty member engagement in undergraduate research. Research in Higher Education, 54(2), 227-249.


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