One of the benefits of participating in a close, collaborative group involved in learning is the wealth of knowledge that … More
Category: MALAT 2016-2018
Standing on the shoulders of giants
As the first two courses in my MALAT program at Royal Roads come to a close and I look back … More
The digital age: Changing how we educate, learn, and conduct business
Many researchers, educators, and entrepreneurs claim that the digital age is changing the way we think and learn, and how … More
How useful are peer-reviewed journals?
What purpose are peer-reviewed journals if nobody reads them? According to Biswas and Kirchherr (2015), less than 20 percent of … More
Does one’s learning theory and/or epistemology change over time?
While researching studies to support my own learning theory, I stumbled across a longitudinal study that addressed this very question. … More
Connecting Cultures of Inquiry
As I read the chapters on ten different cultures of inquiry in Mindful Inquiry in Social Research, I was struck by … More
Learning about research
After working my way through the tutorial for the Tri-Council Policy Statement (2ndedition): Research Involving Humans (TCPS 2) Course on … More