How did you find the problem that would become the focus of your doctoral research?
I’ve been through 50 ways to leave your lover…
Blogs & Personal Learning Networks
cMOOCs & Connectivism
Conference Posters as OERS
Using Social Media to Protect Vulnerable Women: To Catch a Killer
A Virtual Reality Environment to support the Cree Language
History of Leadership in Distance Education
Kenanow & Research Ceremonies: Learning in the 21st Century Embraces First Nations’ Epistemology
Now I thought I’d centered on relationships between proactive assessment practices in doctoral education and completion rates or persistence, save I want to jump into action research to rage against the glacial pace of change in doctoral education.
So it looks like I want to get into reform of doctoral education.
I don’t know if I’ve found my topic..I gotta see what’s involved in action research…Whatever topic I do, I’ve gotta use social media or ed tech, at some point…it’s not a criteria of the program, but I won’t do a project without it.
Round and round I go…
So how did you find THE one? What were your considerations? Did you have some criteria it had to meet? How much did you deliberate? If you abandoned a project, why did you do so?
Oh no…maybe I’ve I’ve found my topic.