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Research in Action | A podcast for faculty & higher education professionals on research design, methods, productivity & more

Research in Action is a weekly podcast about topics and issues related to research in higher education from experts across a range of disciplines. Episodes are posted weekly and include guest interviews and occasional solo episodes. Guests are from a range of higher education institutions and share their expertise on qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods as well as their personal experiences as researchers; research and writing practices; organizational and productivity strategies; and much more. Some weeks, bonus content is also posted. Research in Action is hosted by Dr. Katie Linder, the research director for Oregon State University Ecampus. Show notes with information regarding topics discussed in each episode, as well as the transcript and instructor guide for each episode, can be found at the Research in Action website at ecampus.oregonstate.edu/podcast. The Research in Action podcast is a resource funded by Oregon State University Ecampus – ranked one of the nation’s best providers of online education with more than 40 degree programs and over 1,000 classes online. Learn more about Ecampus by visiting ecampus.oregonstate.edu. This podcast is produced by the Ecampus Multimedia team.
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Dec 21, 2016

Take a listen to our January preview clips!

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Dec 21, 2016

On this episode, I am joined by Dr. Matt Bergman, an Assistant Professor at the University of Louisville in the College of Education and Human Development. He teaches adult students (25 and older) in the Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership and Learning program. Dr. Bergman’s research is focused on factors that impact adult learners in degree completion programs at four-year universities and he recently won a national competition for Innovation in Educational Attainment from the Gheen’s Foundation based upon local implementation of his research. Dr. Bergman has also served in several other capacities at Appalachian State University and Lees-McRae College in Western North Carolina working in Enrollment Management, Athletic Learning Assistance, and Admissions. Prior to his career in Higher Education, Matt played Arena Football in Charleston, SC for a total of three seasons. He received a B.S. in Sports Administration, Physical Education, and Health Education from Union College in Barbourville, KY. He received a Master of Arts in Higher Education Administration from Appalachian State University in Boone, NC and a Ph.D. in Educational Leadership and Organizational Development from the University of Louisville. He is a teacher, administrator, and ambassador of degree attainment at the local, regional, and national levels.

This episode of the "Research in Action" podcast is responding to a listener question. To submit your own question, email riapodcast@oregonstate.edu.

Segment 1: Getting Launched as a New Faculty Member [00:00-11:45]

In this first segment, Matt shares about his first three years as a faculty member and how he shaped his research pipeline.

Segment 2: Prepping for a Third-Year Review [11:46-21:33]

In segment two, Matt shares some of his strategies for preparing for a third-year review as part of his tenure clock.

Segment 3: Imposter Syndrome [21:34-35:24]

In segment three, Matt shares about feelings of "imposter syndrome" and how he stays motivated.

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Dec 21, 2016

Bonus Clip: Considerations for Shifting from Academia to Industry [00:00-04:12]

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Dec 21, 2016

On this episode, I am joined by Dr. Jill Buban, Online Learning Consortium’s Senior Director of Research & Innovation, where she oversees the organization’s research and publications strategy. Prior to joining the Online Learning Consortium, Dr. Buban was the Assistant Provost for Research & Innovation at Post University. Dr. Buban continues to study and present on topics surrounding effective technology use for adult learners in online environments. She is a member of the SSEA Communications Committee, an organization for which she was named an Emerging Scholar in 2012. She also continues to teach in the areas of adult and online learning.

Segment 1: Shifting from Academia to Industry [00:00-11:26]

In this first segment, Jill shares about her experiences moving from academia to the Online Learning Consortium.

Segment 2: Finding “thinking partners” [11:27-22:04]

In segment two, Jill shares ideas and strategies for finding thinking partners and mentors.

Segment 3: Tips for Working Effectively From Home  [22:04-33:42]

In segment three, Jill discusses her experiences working remotely and shares tips for effectively working from home.

Bonus Clip: Considerations for Shifting from Academia to Industry [00:00-04:12]

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Dec 19, 2016

On this episode of the Research in Action podcast, I’m excited to share something a little bit different with you. Recently I had the opportunity to participate in a podcasting panel at the Online Learning Consortium Accelerate Conference that took place in Orlando, Florida in November 2016. I was really thrilled to join a panel of other higher education podcasters. Let me share who you’ll hear from on this episode. The moderator for the panel is Kelvin Thompson, the co-host of TOPcast: The Teaching Online Podcast, who you’ve also heard from in a previous Research in Action episode. My co-presenters on the panel include Tom Cavanagh, the other co-host of TOPcast: The Teaching Online Podcast, who you’ve also heard from on Research in Action; Tanya Joosten, who is a co-host of Women Who Wine in Higher Education, you’ve also heard from her on Research in Action; Bonni Stachowiak, who’s the host of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast; Jenny Quarles, who hosts Learning Lab; John Ernstberger, who hosts HigherEdScope; and of course me, the host of Research in Action. I hope you enjoy hearing the panel.

Segment 1:  Why has there been a resurgence with podcasts and how do you measure podcast success? [00:00-10:31]

In this first segment, the panelists share some reasons that podcasting has become more popular and also some of their success metrics.

Segment 2: How do you gain a podcast audience and what does the podcast production process look like? [10:32-22:32]

In segment two, the panelists offer some ideas for audience engagement strategies and share about their production processes.

Segment 3: What are your recommendations for those new to podcasting? [22:33-30:17]

In segment three, the panelists share their recommendations for getting started with podcasts and some of their favorite podcast shows.

To share feedback about this podcast episode, ask questions that could be featured in a future episode, or to share research-related resources, contact the “Research in Action” podcast:

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Dec 12, 2016

Bonus Clip: Dr. Jamison Fargo's Experience as a Methodologist [00:00-5:44]

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Dec 12, 2016

On this episode, I am joined by Dr. Jamison Fargo, an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology at Utah State University where he is affiliated with the graduate emphasis in Sociobehavioral Epidemiology. He is also a Research Scientist with the National Center on Homelessness among Veterans, Philadelphia Veterans Affairs Medical Center. Dr. Fargo’s primary research interests focus on preventing and ending homelessness, particularly among Veterans, as well as preventing injury and victimization. Dr. Fargo also has extensive methodological expertise in the application of modern psychometric, latent variable, and mixed-effects modeling techniques to research problems in the sociobehavioral, epidemiological, and educational sciences. Dr. Fargo earned Master’s degrees in Clinical Psychology (2003) and Quantitative Epidemiology (2008) as well as a Doctoral degree in Experimental Psychology (2004) from the University of Cincinnati. In 2005 he founded the Office of Methodological and Data Sciences at Utah State University, which he directed until 2009. He previously worked at the University of Pennsylvania, where he was a Senior Research Investigator in the Center for Health Equity Research, a Biostatistician in the Center for Clinical Epidemiology & Biostatistics, and an Associate Fellow in the Center for Public Health Initiatives.

Segment 1: The National Center on Homelessness among Veterans [00:00-12:29]

In this first segment, Jamison shares about his experiences working with a national research center.

Segment 2: Biostatistics [12:30-21:49]

In segment two, Jamison defines biostatistics and shares about training in this field and the disciplines where it is most likely to be used.

Segment 3: Career Retooling [21:50-32:57]

In segment three, Jamison discusses what led him to “retool” at mid-career and how he went about it.

Bonus Clip: Dr. Jamison Fargo’s Experience as a Methodologist [00:00-5:44]

To share feedback about this podcast episode, ask questions that could be featured in a future episode, or to share research-related resources, contact the “Research in Action” podcast:

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Dec 5, 2016

On today’s episode, I’m joined by Hannah Gascho Rempel, a Science Librarian and the Coordinator for Graduate Student Success at Oregon State University Libraries and Press. At Oregon State, she has led the development of OSU Libraries’ services for graduate students and has been deeply involved in the libraries’ Teaching and Engagement Department’s transition to a more strategic focus on learner-centered instruction activities. Her research focuses on research behaviors and curiosity, the intersection of technology use and learning, and providing library services that help promote graduate student success. Hannah has taught Zotero workshops at OSU since 2008 and has created a highly used Zotero tutorial.

Segment 1: Citation Management [00:00-12:06]

In this first segment, Hannah defines citation management and talks about several different citation management platforms.

Segment 2: Tips and Tricks with Citations Management [12:07-24:30]

In segment two, Hannah shares some of her best practice tips for experienced researchers and those new to citation management.

Segment 3: Additional Functionalities with Citation Management  [24:31-35:19]

In segment three, Hannah shares some additional features for researchers looking to level-up their citation management platform use.

To share feedback about this podcast episode, ask questions that could be featured in a future episode, or to share research-related resources, contact the “Research in Action” podcast:

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Dec 5, 2016

Take a listen to our December 2016 preview clips!

The Research in Action podcast team has compiled a list of all the books mentioned on the show in 2016! Check out the list on the booklist page where you can download it in multiple formats.

In the month of December, in conjunction with releasing the RIA booklist, we're hosting some book raffles for RIA listeners!

Follow us on Twitter, like our Facebook page, or send an email to riapodcast@oregonstate.edu to be entered into our weekly book raffle!

Thanks for listening to RIA in 2016!

Nov 28, 2016

Bonus Clip: Research on Networks [00:00-11:04]

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Nov 28, 2016

On this episode, I am joined by Julie Risien, who manages operations and programs at the Center for Lifelong STEM Learning at Oregon State University. Her work focuses on campus-wide initiatives including building a network to improve research impacts and managing transdisciplinary STEM research programs. She serves as an advisor to the OSU office of research development and the NSF-funded Center for Advancement of Informal Science Education; Julie is also a steering committee member on the NSF-funded National Alliance for Broader Impacts. Julie's background in research planning and administration includes 10 years at OSU with Oregon Sea Grant and the Institute for Natural Resources. Her background also includes many years working for non-profit organizations including the Environment Now Foundation and as a U.S. Peace Corps Volunteer in the Pacific Islands. Julie has a Masters of Science in Marine Resource Management from the College of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences at OSU and is currently working on her PhD in Environmental Sciences.

Would you like to incorporate this episode of "Research in Action" into your course? Download the Episode 35 Instructor Guide (.docx) or visit our Podcast Instructor Guides page to find additional information and past episode guides.

Segment 1: Broader Impacts [00:00-14:35]

In this first segment, Julie defines the concept of "broader impacts" and talks about where the concept originated.

Segment 2: OSU Research Impacts Network (ORIN) [14:36-27:58]

In segment two, Julie shares about a campus initiative at Oregon State University to support broader impacts.

Bonus Clip: Research on Networks [00:00-11:04]

To share feedback about this podcast episode, ask questions that could be featured in a future episode, or to share research-related resources, contact the “Research in Action” podcast:

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Nov 21, 2016

Bonus Clip: Common Misconceptions About Book Editors and Publishing [00:00-06:23]

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Nov 21, 2016

On this episode, I am joined by David Brightman, a senior editor with Stylus Publishing LLC where he helps authors put research into practice. Previously, Davis was a lead editor with the Jossey-Bass Higher and Adult Education book series. David has a BA in Interdisciplinary Studies from the University of California, Berkeley and a Professional Certificate in Publishing from the UC Extension.

Segment 1: What does a Book Editor Do? [00:00-10:57]

In this first segment, David describes his role and shares how book editors are different from journal editors.

Segment 2: What does a Book Editor Look For? [10:58-22:54]

In segment two, David shares what book editors look for in successful book proposals.

Segment 3: Higher Education and the Public [22:55-36:02]

In segment three, David discusses the responsibility of scholars to connect with the public.

Bonus Clip: Common Misconceptions About Book Editors and Publishing [00:00-06:23]

To share feedback about this podcast episode, ask questions that could be featured in a future episode, or to share research-related resources, contact the “Research in Action” podcast:

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Nov 7, 2016

Bonus Clip #2: How to Tame Your PhD [00:00-4:10]

To share feedback about this podcast episode, ask questions that could be featured in a future episode, or to share research-related resources, contact the “Research in Action” podcast:

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Nov 7, 2016

Bonus Clip #1: Inger's Research on Academic Blogging [00:00-4:22]

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Nov 7, 2016

On this episode, I am joined by Dr. Inger Mewburn, a researcher, specializing in research education since 2006. She is currently the Director of Research Training at The Australian National University where she is responsible for co-ordinating, communicating and measuring all the centrally run research training activities and doing research on student experience to inform practice. Inger also runs a popular blog, The Thesis Whisperer, and writes scholarly papers, books and book chapters about research student experiences, with a special interest in the digital practices of academics. She is a regular guest speaker at other universities on publishing, writing, social media and presentation skills.

Segment 1: The Thesis Whisperer blog [00:00-09:25]

In this first segment, Inger shares how the The Thesis Whisperer blog came to be.

Segment 2Building and Supporting Researcher Communities [09:26-19:28]

In segment two, Inger shares about how she came to be a research educator and some of the services she offers as the Director of Research Training at The Australian National University.

Segment 3: Strategies for Maintaining a Strong Writing Pipeline [19:29-31:49]

In segment three, Inger shares some of her tips for maintaining a strong and active writing pipeline.

Bonus Clip #1: Inger's Research on Academic Blogging [00:00-4:22]

Bonus Clip #2: How to Tame Your PhD [00:00-4:10]

To share feedback about this podcast episode, ask questions that could be featured in a future episode, or to share research-related resources, contact the “Research in Action” podcast:

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Nov 7, 2016

On this episode, I am joined by two guests, Tom Cavanagh and Kelvin Thompson.

Dr. Tom Cavanagh is Associate Vice President of Distributed Learning at the University of Central Florida (UCF). In this role he oversees the distance learning strategy, policies, and practices of the nation's second-largest university, including program and course design, development, and assessment. In his career, Tom has administered e-learning development for both academic (public and private) and industrial (Fortune 500, government/military) audiences. A regular presenter at academic and industry conferences, he is an award-winning instructional designer, program manager, faculty member, and administrator. In 2014 he was named an Online Learning Consortium Fellow. Tom's research interests include e-learning, technical communication, and the societal influence of technology on education, training, culture, and commerce. He is also an award-winning author of several mystery novels and a co-host of Topcast: The Teaching Online Podcast.

Dr. Kelvin Thompson serves as the Director of Online Design & Development Strategy for the University of Central Florida's (UCF) Center for Distributed Learning with a faculty appointment as a graduate faculty scholar within UCF's College of Education & Human Performance. He has collaborated on the design of hundreds of online and blended courses over the past eighteen years. Dr. Thompson oversees CDL's strategic initiatives, including accessibility activities, and he developed the BlendKit Course open courseware as part of UCF's Blended Learning Toolkit. His personal research interests center on how interaction affects learner engagement. Kelvin regularly addresses groups throughout the US on topics related to online/blended learning and educational technology and he also co-hosts TOPcast: The Teaching Online Podcast available on iTunes. Kelvin holds a Bachelor of Music Education degree from The Florida State University, and an MA in instructional systems technology and an Ed.D in curriculum and instruction from the University of Central Florida.

Segment 1: Why is Reading Research Important? [00:00-11:31]

In this first segment, Tom and Kelvin describe why keeping up with the research in their field is a priority.

Segment 2: How Are We Finding Things to Read & Organizing It? [11:31-22:09]

In segment two, Kelvin and Tom share how they find and collect the items that are on their to-read piles.

Segment 3: Strategies for Finding Time to Read [22:10-34:24]

In segment three, Tom and Kelvin share some of their tactics for squeezing reading into busy schedules.

To share feedback about this podcast episode, ask questions that could be featured in a future episode, or to share research-related resources, contact the “Research in Action” podcast:

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Nov 7, 2016

Take a listen to our November 2016 preview clips!

To share feedback about this podcast episode, ask questions that could be featured in a future episode, or to share research-related resources, contact the “Research in Action” podcast:

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Oct 31, 2016

Bonus Clip #2: Logistics of Collaborative Lesson Development [00:00-02:30]

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Oct 31, 2016

Bonus Clip #1: What's Next for Data Carpentry? [00:00-03:10]

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Oct 31, 2016

On this episode, I am joined by Dr. Tracy Teal, the Executive Director of Data Carpentry and Adjunct Professor in the BEACON Center for the Study of Evolution in Action at Michigan State University. Her research background in is microbial ecology and bioinformatics, and she has been a developer and contributor to several open source bioinformatics projects. Tracy has a Ph.D. in Computation and Neural Systems from Cal Tech; a Master’s Degree from UCLA in Organismal Biology, Ecology, and Evolution; and a Bachelor’s from UCLA in Cybernetics.

Segment 1: Data Carpentry [00:00-09:56]

In this first segment, Tracy shares about the mission of Data Carpentry and how the organization came to be.

Segment 2: Helping Researchers Develop New Skills [09:57- 21:44]

In segment two, Tracy talks about some of the specific skills in the Data Carpentry curriculum and how workshops are created.

Segment 3: The Community of Data Carpentry [21:45-33:20]

In segment three, Tracy shares more about the Data Carpentry instructors and how the organization is working to create a researcher community.

Bonus Clip #1: What's Next for Data Carpentry? [00:00-03:10]

Bonus Clip #2: Logistics of Collaborative Lesson Development [00:00-02:30]

To share feedback about this podcast episode, ask questions that could be featured in a future episode, or to share research-related resources, contact the “Research in Action” podcast:

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Oct 21, 2016

Bonus Clip #2: Captioning within Context [00:00-01:43]

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Oct 21, 2016

Bonus Clip #1: Relationship Between Caption Transformation and Animated Captions [00:00-3:00]

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Oct 21, 2016

On this episode, I am joined by Dr. Sean Zdenek, an associate professor of technical communication and rhetoric at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas. He holds a PhD from Carnegie Mellon University, an Master’s degree from California State University at Stanislaus, and a Bachelor’s degree from University of California at Berkeley. At Texas Tech, he teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in web accessibility and disability studies, sound studies, report writing, style, document design, writing for publication, developing instructional materials, and others. Sean is also the author of Reading Sounds: Closed-Captioned Media and Popular Culture (University of Chicago Press, 2015). He has been keenly interested in closed captioning for over a decade and writing about it since 2009.

Segment 1: Research on Closed Captioning [00:00-10:49]

In this first segment, Sean describes some of the research on closed captions in his book Reading Sounds.

Segment 2: Developing Supplemental Artifacts for Research [10:50- 21:27]

In segment two, Sean shares about the 500+ example clips he curated as supplemental resources for his book.

Segment 3: Animated Captioning [21:28-28:40]

In segment three, Sean discusses his current research area of animated captions and talks about his future research plans.

Bonus Clip #1: Relationship Between Caption Transformation and Animated Captions [00:00-3:00]

Bonus Clip #2: Captioning within Context [00:00-01:43]

To share feedback about this podcast episode, ask questions that could be featured in a future episode, or to share research-related resources, contact the “Research in Action” podcast:

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Oct 17, 2016

In this solo episode, Dr. Katie Linder, Director of Research at Oregon State University Ecampus, answers a listener question about grant writing and shares resources for getting started with finding and applying for research funding.

Segment 1: Why Apply for Grants? [00:00-10:11]

In this first segment, Katie offers some reasons that one might apply for grants and shares some grant writing resources.

Segment 2: Where should I look for grants? Are collaborators beneficial? [10:12-20:08]

In segment two, Katie shares some ideas for where to find funding opportunities and also discusses the necessity of grant collaborators.

Segment 3: How do I apply for grants? [20:09-31:20]

In segment three, Katie shares some information on the application process for grants and offers some general tips based on her experiences as a grant writer.

To share feedback about this podcast episode, ask questions that could be featured in a future episode, or to share research-related resources, or contact the “Research in Action” podcast:

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