Research skills and information literacy

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Satire Critical Analysis Assignment

Published: Apr 03, 2020 Contributor:Rebecca Glazier

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This is an assignment for a one-page critical analysis of a piece of satire identified by the student.

Religion and Electoral Politics Syllabus

Published: Apr 03, 2020 Contributor:Rebecca Glazier

Content Type: Teaching Material

This is a syllabus for a community-engaged research practicum course on religion and politics, which took place during the 2016 election.

Public Policy Project

Published: Apr 06, 2020 Contributor:Josue Franco

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Inspiring publicly spirited and scholarly minded students means utilizing our knowledge of political ideals, institutions, and behaviors, and exploring the lifecycle of public policies – their formation, effectuation, and reformation – in the context of a diversifying society and economy. The Pub

Research Proposal Assignment (Undergraduate)

Published: May 11, 2020 Contributor:Colin Brown

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This assignment allows undergraduate students to develop a research proposal in a methods course. Students do not need to carry out the research to complete the class, but are encouraged to think about capstone or thesis projects or conference papers. The assignment is scaffolded across several prel

Qualitative Methods/Research Design Syllabus

Published: May 11, 2020 Contributor:Colin Brown

Content Type: Teaching Material

This is a syllabus for a required undergraduate qualitative methods and research design course. The first part of the course builds to a midterm, the middle is framed around a group project based on Amanda Rosen's "Best Breakfast in Town" (JPSE, 2018), and the final part of the course around an indi

Introduction to Political Science Research Methods: An Open Education Resource Textbook

Published: Jun 05, 2020 Contributor:Josue Franco

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Introduction to Political Science Research Methods, 1st edition, is an Open Education Resource Textbook that surveys the research methods employed in political science. The textbook includes chapters that cover: history and development of the empirical study of politics; the scientific method; theor

Reading & Understanding Political Science

Published: Jul 16, 2020 Contributor:Leanne Powner

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how to read and critique journal articles

Why Political Scientists Should Embrace Multi-Method Grading

Published: Aug 04, 2020 Contributor:Stefan Kehlenbach

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This resource was developed for APSA's Summer 2020 Virtual Teaching Workshop: Innovative Approaches to Online Teaching and is part of a collection of online teaching resources available through APSA Educate. The two resources and one blog post advocate for and explain how faculty can implement s

Assessing Abstract Speed Dating Literature Grid and Literature Map

Published: Aug 11, 2020 Contributor:Peter Yacobucci

Content Type: Teaching Material

The survey utilized to assess the effectiveness of three student writing heuristics designed to help students write quality literature reviews.

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