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Masters Students Developing Research Proposals and Published Articles
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Crawford, C.M. (1999). Masters Students Developing Research Proposals and Published Articles. In J. Price et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 1999 (pp. 1323-1327). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
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Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference (SITE) 1999
J.D. Price, J Willis, Dee Anna Willis, M Jost & S Boger-Mehall
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Masters-level students within the specialization area of Instructional Technology have a disconcertingly succinct speaking ability; however, such speaking abilities may not necessarily lend themselves towards the written word. Masters-level students, especially with backgrounds in the area of teacher education, offer wide ranges of abilities within numerous areas of skill. Such skills can range from strengths within the areas of training, public speaking, instructional design, curriculum development, instructional development, research and statistical calculations; however, the same students that display such awesome strengths within their repertoire of abilities may have areas that can be further developed. One of the areas of further development is within the arena of developing written research proposals and publishable articles; writing literature reviews, thoughts, experiences and research in publishable formats so as to advance the literature of instructional technology is an area that may be wrought with difficulties.
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