Research: It's about the process....
Some of you have taken quickly to using our research blog for collecting pointers and collaborating on your research. Good for you! Others, as of yet, have NOT. Every resource you discover should be read and then summarized and analyzed in a pointer post. The more effort and thinking you put into the research blog each week the easier it will be to compile your findings and write a report. And remember, this element of the research project, the process of collecting and contextualizing, figures heavily in its evaluation! Intelligent, daily posts = Easy marks!
*Groups: Please send me a revised thesis statement and introductory paragraph by email (make sure you include your group name and number). This piece will be posted online to introduce readers to your pointer posts.
Posted by Mark Hemphill on November 17, 2004 | Permalink
When do you want this by?
Posted by: Tanya Goodwin | Nov 17, 2004 1:15:37 PM
Posted by: Mark | Nov 17, 2004 1:23:02 PM
I think this really hit home with our group.
The bulk of our final report was a copy and paste of our well-written weblog content! Too easy!
Posted by: Ryan Palmer | Dec 2, 2004 1:32:41 PM
I found the whole process very informative. In looking at some of the other team’s posts I was also impressed by the amount and quality of information. I learned a lot including new computer skills from my group.
Posted by: Myron Wood | Dec 6, 2004 10:22:02 AM
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