• 00:10

    EDU671: My Mock Action Research Proposal Presentation

    in Education

    Action research is inquiry or research in the context of focused efforts to improve the quality of an organization and its performance. It typically is designed and conducted by practitioners who analyze the data to improve their own practice.  Action research can be done by individuals or by teams of colleagues.


    An action research proposal is the first part of the action research paper.  The main difference is that you put the methodology section into the future tense and include a detailed research timeline.


    I just want to give special thanks to Instructor Anthony Valley.  Instructor Valley, having you as an instructor has been a real blessing.  Thank you!


     

  • 00:10

    EDU671: My Mock Action Research Proposal Presentation

    in Education

    Action research is inquiry or reseaarch in the context of focused efforts to improve the quality of an organization and its performance. It typically is designed and conducted by practitioners who analyze the data to improve their own practice. Action research can be done by individuals or by teams of colleagues.


    An action research proposal is the first part of the action research paper.  The main difference is that you put the methodology section into the future tense and include a detailed research timeline.


    I'd like to give special thanks to Instructor Anthony Valley.  Instructor Valley, having you as an instructor has been a real blessing.


     

  • 01:08

    "Cluster Research May Hold the Clue" - Deborah Abbott, Ph.D.

    in History

     
    "Do Your Roots Need Untangling?  If So, Try Stepping Out on a Limb!  Cluster Genealogy May Hold the Clue"   "Our ancestors lived among many, therefore we can not research them as if they lived in isolation.  Researching our family history through extended family members, neighbors and the community may answer questions and provide information about our own ancestors not found elsewhere".    Deborah A. Abbott, Ph.D., is an adjunct faculty member at the Institute of Genealogy & Historical Research (IGHR) at Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama and currently serves as the Cleveland District Trustee on the Ohio Genealogical Society (OGS) Board.  She is past-president of the African-American Genealogical Society, Cleveland, Ohio (AAGS) and a retired professor of Counseling from Cuyahoga Community College in Cleveland.  She holds both the Bachelor of Science and Masters of Education degrees from Tuskegee University (Alabama) and the Ph.D. degree from Kent State University (Ohio).
    In 2010 the City Council of Detroit, Michigan presented Dr. Abbott with a “Testimonial Resolution” honoring her outstanding commitment to African American genealogical research.  Dr. Abbott's five-year genealogical research project about an African American family’s migration from Kentucky to Ohio entitled "From Slavery to Freedom to Antioch" was highlighted in the Cleveland Plain Dealer (Ohio) Newspaper under the title "Six-Volumes to Amplify a Family History" in 2008.
     
     
     

  • 01:35

    Hauntings Research

    in Lifestyle

    Edward Ozosky, Pioneer and Expert in the field of paranormal existence goes Online With Andrea to discuss Hauntings Research and his personal encounters with the supernatural. Hosted by Andrea R. Garrison.

  • 01:31

    Sasquatch Watch Radio Presents "The Challenges of Bigfoot Research

    in Science

    Join us Tuesday night December 9, 2014 at 9pm eastern as we present our Topic Tuesday subject: The Challenges of Bigfoot Research!  Many folks face challenges while researching.  Some of those challenges could be financial, physical, time or other personal challenges.  What challenges have you, our listeners, experienced?  Some may have physical handicaps, some may have financial issues that make it hard for purchasing equipment or having gas for the car, yet many overcome these challenges and still get out there.  We want to hear from YOU!!!  Creature Seeker and Billy Willard will discuss their personal challenges and what they have done to overcome them, but we also want to hear from others.  Please call into the show at (347) 237-5070 or tell us about it during the show in the chatroom.

  • 00:29

    Student Research Resources

    in Education

    This program will be featuring Student Research Resources Subject Tracer™. This Internet Annotated Link Dataset Compilation is dedicated to the latest and most competent resources and tools for student research available over the Internet. The discussed selected student research resources, sites, indexes and alerts offer excellent knowledge and information discovery sources to help you accomplish your student research and discovery goals! We will also discussing my latest freely available Awareness Watch Newsletter V12N11 November 2014 and my freely available November 2014 Zillman Column. You may call in to ask your questions at (718)508-9839. The show is live and thirty minutes in length starting at 2:00pm EST on Saturday, November 15, 2014 and then archived for easy review and access. Listen, Call and Enjoy!!

  • 01:30

    African and Native American Research with Angela Walton-Raji

    in History

    Genealogist Angela Walton-Raji has committed herself to sharing information with the descendants of the Freedmen of Indian Territory--which is now Oklahoma. She is the author of  the book Black Indian Genealogy Research: African American Ancestors Among the Five Civilized Tribes. The book serves as a guide to researching the history and lives of the 20,000 Freedmen of Indian Territory, who have been deleted from American history. She is also the author of the http://african-nativeamerican.blogspot.com.


    The Dawes Commission, named after Henry C. Dawes who chaired the commission, consisted of a process that would lead to a redistribution of land to those who already owned it among the Five "Civilized" Tribes. Understand that land was held in common by the Five Civilized Tribes. The Dawes Enrollment process was created to determine who would be eligible for allotted parcels of land. Eligibility involved providing "proof" that one had been a part of the tribe for several decades, and especially in those years immediately following the Civil War. So one had to prove that one had been a part of the Indian Community since 1866. For those whose ancestors were enslaved by members of the Tribes, (the Freedmen)  they had to often provide proof that their former enslaver was a member of the tribe.

  • 01:32

    Episode 906: Research to Tactics

    in Training

    This radio show will discuss all of the research conducted with the fire service by the UL Firefighter Safety Research Institute.  Guests from fire departments that have served on the technical panels of the research will share their perspectives and how they have incorporated the results into their departments.

    Host Steve Kerber is the Director of the UL Firefighter Safety Research Institute. He has led fire service research and education in the areas of ventilation, structural collapse, and fire dynamics. A 13-year veteran of the fire service, with most of his service at the College Park Fire Department in Prince George's County Maryland where he served at ranks up through Deputy Chief.  He currently serves on the Advisory Board of Fire Engineering and the Fire Department Instructors Conference.  Steve has also been appointed to the rank of Honorary Battalion Chief by the FDNY.

  • 01:09

    Turtle Crossing with the Wabashiki Turtle Research and Rescue Group

    in Education

    The members of the Wabashiki Turtle Research and Rescue Group have been working hard to get an eco-passage built under highway 40/150 at West Terre Haute so that the various species of turtles and other wildlife can safely migrate from the Wabashiki protected wetlands to the large privately owned lake to the north. Sadly many turtles are smashed on the highway and those that make it past the highway often find themselves trapped between the railroad tracks where they are baked alive in their own shells. The members of the Wabashiki Turtle Research and Rescue Group have been rescueing as many turtles as possible from this gruesome fate. In response to their efforts, the Indiana Department of Transportation has erected two TURTLE CROSSING signs at the location. There is still a lot of work to be done.


    Please check out the Wabashiki Turtle Research and Rescue Group at:


    https://www.facebook.com/groups/134923759975453/


     

  • 00:30

    Research Resources

    in Internet

    This program will be featuring Research Resources Subject Tracer™. This Internet Annotated Link Dataset Compilation is dedicated to the latest and most competent resources and tools for research available over the Internet. The discussed selected research resources, sites, indexes and alerts offer excellent knowledge and information discovery sources to help you accomplish your research and discovery goals! We will also discussing my latest freely available Awareness Watch Newsletter V12N10 October 2014 featuring Directory Resources and my freely available October 2014 Zillman Column highlighting the Internet-of-Things (IOT) Resources. You may call in to ask your questions at (718)508-9839. The show is live and thirty minutes in length starting at 2:00pm EST on Saturday, October 11, 2014 and then archived for easy review and access. Listen, Call and Enjoy!!
     

  • 00:33

    Future Directions in OCD Treatment and Research

    in Health

    Speakers


    Helen Blair Simpson, MD, PhD, Director of the Anxiety Disorders Clinic and the Center for OCD and Related Disorders at the New York State Psychiatric Institute/Columbia University Medical Center


    Moira Rynn, MD, Director of the Division of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry and Pediatric Anxiety and Mood Research Clinic at the New York State Psychiatric Institute/Columbia University Medical Center


    Description


    Dr. Helen Blair Simpson and Dr. Moira Rynn will talk about what we have learned so far in clinical research and what we are doing now for the patients of today and tomorrow. They will address what we have learned about biology and the brain mechanisms related to OCD symptoms. They will talk about new research initiatives and will discuss updates on clinical trials that they are currently conducting for adult, adolescent and child OCD patients.


    Contact Information


    For more information on OCD treatment and research opportunities for adults, please visit our clinic website at www.Columbia-OCD.org and our treatment study website at http://ocdtreatmentstudy.com/ or call us at 646 774-8062.


    For more information on OCD treatment and research opportunities for children and adolescents, please visit our website http://columbiapsychiatry.org/pamrc or call us at 646 774-5793


    To listen to any of our previous shows on topics such as substance abuse or child and adolescent mental health go to blogtalkradio.com/columbiapsychiatynyspi 

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