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2013 Conference - Emerging Research Course

Emerging Research Course

2013 Conference in the Americas

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8 am – 8 pm on Wednesday (February 13) and 8 am – 1 pm on Thursday (February 1)

This course, designed for students, will examine the role of research in HRD, emerging themes in HRD research, criteria for evaluating research in HRD, critique of past and future conference presentations, the role of professionalism and professional organizations in HRD. This course is offered in association with the annual conference of the Academy of HRD.

Participants will have the opportunity to engage with students and faculty across HRD academic programs. They will also describe the role of theory and research in HRD and understand various research paradigms. There will be an opportunity to meet HRD scholars who will share their professional journeys.

The program will describe standards for good HRD research, outline the criteria for evaluating HRD research, and describe the review and publication process for HRD research.

Download the syllabus here!

The class time required for this course is from early morning on Wednesday, February 13 thru late Saturday, February 16, 2013. Students are expected to attend all class meetings and attend the full conference—due to the experiential learning that occurs, there are no exceptions to this attendance requirement. Students must also arrange their own transportation and arrive in Arlington by the evening of Tuesday, February 12. For other important pre-conference logistics, please contact the course instructor at your institution.  

Course Registration If you are currently enrolled in an academic program that supports your participation in the Emerging Research course, contact the instructor. If you are currently not a member of an institution that is supporting the AHRD Emerging Research Course, you may either (1) contact a faculty member at your institution to determine if he or she would support your involvement in the course as part of a directed study or research-related project for academic credit OR (2) contact one of the participating institutions to enroll in the course. If you need assistance with these issues, contact the AHRD Emerging Research Course coordinators, Dr. Laura Bierema, at the University of Georgia: bierema@uga.edu or Dr. Consuelo Waight, at the University of Houston: cwaight@uh.edu

Conference & Course Registration — as part of class participation you must do two things: (1) register for the full conference; and (2) register for the Emerging Research course (a separate fee). Go to the Conference Central to register.

 
Managing Expenses — Former student participants have identified sharing a room with another student(s) to be an important cost savings strategy. Contact your instructor or colleague/peers to determine if this is possible. Starting to immediately investigate air travel options is also important as prices may rise as the travel dates approach. Break time snacks/drinks will be provided as part of the Emerging Research Course fee, but all meals during the course will be at your own expense. As noted in the hotel information, a variety of affordable restaurants and food courts are within a short distance of the hotel

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