Research 101: Introduction to Scholarly Inquiry

$300 member
$500 non-member

The “Research 101” eTutorial focuses on scholarly inquiry relevant to academic advising contexts and developing a research proposal or scholarly persistance plan.

[All content is self-contained within the eTutorial. No additional materials are required.]

What you'll learn

  • Participants will gain an understanding of the necessity of scholarly inquiry in the field of academic advising.
  • Participants will gain a basic understanding of three inquiry methods: qualitative, quantitative, and humanities.
  • Participants will explore research literature regarding a topic of interest.
  • Participants will develop a research proposal or scholarly persistence plan

Who is this for:

  • Those new to the scholarship of advising.
  • Those interested in exploring researchable topics may either register as individuals, and advising administrators, deans, vice provosts, and academic leaders may wish to enroll multiple advisors to generate a research agenda on their campus.

Description of the eTutorial:

The “Research 101” eTutorial is a 3.5 week, intensive-learning experience focused on scholarly inquiry relevant to academic advising contexts. Participants complete weekly discussion posts, quizzes, and other related assignments, including creating researchable or analyzable questions for future study.

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April 2024

April 3 - 27

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July 2024

July 10 - August 3