Entries tagged with "research"

Conducting Applied Research

Conducting Applied Research

Thu, January 15, 2015; 11:37:00 am

This article was written for the eMatrix by Dr Lukasz Kaczmarek, Senior Lecturer in Applied Translation at London Metropolitan University. Aims of research and its definition: Scholars undertake research for various reasons and goals. Even though... [read the full entry]

Applied research

Applied research

Fri, July 11, 2014; 13:45:00 pm

This article is co-authored with Charl Fregona, University Blended Learning Coordinator and Principal Lecturer in E-learning. What is applied research? Research is often split into two categories; Pure research (also known as Fundamental or Basic... [read the full entry]

Ematrix Conference Presentation at ePIC

Ematrix Conference Presentation at ePIC

Fri, July 11, 2014; 9:10:00 am

I was invited to present my work on developing the eMatrix at ePIC conference, (held at Greenwich university July 9th-11th 2014), an open educational resource platform which enourages informal learning and sharing as well as opportunity... [read the full entry]

Thinking about Accessibility

Thinking about Accessibility

Tue, May 27, 2014; 12:07:00 pm

Accessibility matters In an e-learning context, accessibility can be seen in simple terms as making sure that as many people as possible can access and engage with your content and activities, irrespective of their abilities or... [read the full entry]

Analysing Your Research Data

Analysing Your Research Data

Tue, May 06, 2014; 9:42:00 am

Analysing your data can be the most daunting aspect of your research project. It is especially difficult if you've gathered lots of data without thinking about how you will analyse it, how it fits together, how you can compare sets of data, what... [read the full entry]

Gathering Data for your Research

Gathering Data for your Research

Thu, May 01, 2014; 8:58:00 am

Gathering data should be one of the most exciting parts of any research project. But gathering the right kind of data, ready to be analysed in a way which will be useful and enlightening for your project can be a real challenge. Thinking about what... [read the full entry]

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