Join the Center for Teaching and Learning and our Guest Presenter, Dr. Robin Throne, on Tuesday January 24th at 5:00 PM MST to learn more about the three-step dissertation process.
Dr. Robin Throne has advised successful dissertation research studies over the past decade across many disciplines. She is an educational methodologist and co-author of the School of Education's Situated Dissertation Advising Framework that is founded on Lave and Wenger's situated learning theory. Dr. Throne has developed the three-step literature review as a model that combines literature review approaches by several authors to assist NCU doctoral candidates with the development of a quality chapter two in the dissertation proposal and final dissertation manuscript.
This webinar will introduce doctoral candidates to: (a) the purpose and function of the literature review in a dissertation research study, (b) three systematic steps to follow to conduct a literature review, and (c) the use of the literature review when determining implications of the dissertation research study results. The intended outcomes of this Webinar are as follows:
· Appreciate the purpose & function of the literature review in a dissertation research study
· Discern three key steps to conduct a literature review for a dissertation research study
· Grasp the use of the literature review for the study results implications
Please register for The Three-Step Dissertation Literature Review: Source, Survey, Synthesize on Jan 24, 2017 5:00 PM MST at: