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An understanding of professional ethics and scholarly integrity is critical to the career advancement of faculty and provide the foundation for meaningful and relevant research and its application. Through these web-based seminars, panelists will examine the current research context and provide kinesiology-focused examples for conducting quality research. Discussion and a case study approach will enhance the learning among the participants. Participation requires a computer with Internet access and audio.
Who should register? This two-part webinar series is ideal for professionals and students involved in research-related courses and activities in the higher education community. The webinars will be particularly useful for faculty teaching research methods courses.
Note: It is recommended that webinar participants have some familiarity with NIH, NSF or institutional guidelines and training for the conduct of research.
DATES/TIMES – Wednesdays, February 16 and 23, 2011; 1:00-2:00 p.m. Eastern Time
Unable to attend the live session? Registration includes access to archived copies of the webinar via a designated web login, for future use by the purchasing individual.
Registration Fee (includes both webinars):
$50 - AAHPERD Member
$90 - Non-member
Each registration includes one Internet hook-up and audio access via the participant's computer for each webinar, as well the archived recording of the webinars for future on-demand viewing. Registration closes on Monday, February 14.
Full refunds minus a $25 processing fee will be issued for requests received by February 15. We are unable to honor requests received after that date.