Events

Other Research Events

Location:
Alkek Library; 133A
Cost:
Free
Contact:
jel111@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
IDEA Center
Ever had a professor say "this paper is really good. You should submit it somewhere," and have absolutely no clue what that means? In this workshop we will discuss how to find an appropriate journal for your discipline and type of submission, what the journal submission process looks like, where to get assistance on campus with publishing, and what to expect once you have finally made a submission. Click here for more information
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Location:
Alkek Library; 133A
Cost:
Free
Contact:
jel111@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
IDEA Center
Ever had a professor say "this paper is really good. You should submit it somewhere," and have absolutely no clue what that means? In this workshop we will discuss how to find an appropriate journal for your discipline and type of submission, what the journal submission process looks like, where to get assistance on campus with publishing, and what to expect once you have finally made a submission. Click here for more information
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Location:
Alkek Library; 133A
Cost:
Free
Contact:
jel111@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
IDEA Center
They key to a successful research project is using the appropriate research methodology. In this overview session, we will discuss data collection and analysis methods associated with some of the most common types of quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods research. This will enable attendees to understand what approaches may be most appropriate to engage with their research questions and hypothesis for current and future projects. Click here for more information
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Location:
Alkek Library; 133A
Cost:
Free
Contact:
jel111@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
IDEA Center
One of the best ways to learn how to conduct research is by reading about the research other people have conducted. However, navigating research articles can be frustrating. In this session we will discuss the different parts of research articles, their purposes, and how to engage with them. Additionally, attendees will learn how to utilize two systematized reading strategies—SQ3R and PILLAR—to assist with annotation, comprehension, and reflection. Click here for more information
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Location:
Alkek Library; 133A
Cost:
Free
Contact:
jel111@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
IDEA Center
Before you embark on your research journey, you will need to submit your research protocols to either the Institutional Review Board (for research involving humans) or the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (for research involving animals). Whether you expect any harms or risks will impact your participants, it is vital to obtain institutional approval over your work to protect yourself, your participants, as well as your institution from any undue burdens, harm, or appearance of impropriety. In this session we will highlight the basics of research ethics, the need for CITI training, and how to create/submit research protocols for approval. Attendees will fill out sample IRB/IACUC forms to get practice creating research protocols. Click here for more information
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Location:
Alkek Library; 133A
Cost:
Free
Contact:
jel111@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
IDEA Center
They key to a successful research project is using the appropriate research methodology. In this overview session, we will discuss data collection and analysis methods associated with some of the most common types of quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods research. This will enable attendees to understand what approaches may be most appropriate to engage with their research questions and hypothesis for current and future projects. Click here for more information
more about event

Location:
Alkek Library; 133A
Cost:
Free
Contact:
jel111@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
IDEA Center
One of the best ways to learn how to conduct research is by reading about the research other people have conducted. However, navigating research articles can be frustrating. In this session we will discuss the different parts of research articles, their purposes, and how to engage with them. Additionally, attendees will learn how to utilize two systematized reading strategies—SQ3R and PILLAR—to assist with annotation, comprehension, and reflection. Click here for more information
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Location:
Online Only; Zoom (get link when you register)
Cost:
$10
Contact:
Xuan Zhou, UL-RDS@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
University Libraries
Join us for this two-day data skills workshop happening in July. Texas State students, faculty, and research staff are invited to participate in this online workshop. Space is limited, so be sure to register today! This workshop will focus on R for Reproducible Scientific Data. It is a more advanced R lesson focusing on “Programming with R.” This workshop covers data analysis and visualization in R focusing on working with core data structures, using conditionals and loops, writing custom functions, and running R programs from the command line. This workshop is appropriate for learners with some previous programming experience, in R or other languages.  Click here for more information
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Location:
Online Only; Online
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Xuan Zhou, UL-RDS@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
University Libraries
Join us for this two-day data skills workshop happening in July. Texas State students, faculty, and research staff are invited to participate in this online workshop. Space is limited, so be sure to register today! This workshop will focus on R for Reproducible Scientific Data. It is a more advanced R lesson focusing on “Programming with R.” This workshop covers data analysis and visualization in R focusing on working with core data structures, using conditionals and loops, writing custom functions, and running R programs from the command line. This workshop is appropriate for learners with some previous programming experience, in R or other languages.  Click here for more information
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