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Roi: Return On Investment As A Factor In Designing Graduate Research Projects For Mutual Benefit

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2009 Annual Conference & Exposition


Austin, Texas

Publication Date

June 14, 2009

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June 14, 2009

End Date

June 17, 2009



Conference Session

Educating Students for Professional Success

Tagged Division

Graduate Studies

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14.1035.1 - 14.1035.7



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Michael Dyrenfurth Purdue University

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Kathryne Newton Purdue University

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Mark Schuver Purdue University

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Stephen Elliott Purdue University

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Cover Page Methodology ≠ Introduction Abstract ≠ Research Design Table of Contents ≠ Research Design ≠ Population & Sample Purpose & Problem -Description of Population ≠ Introduction -Sampling method ≠ The Problem -Parameters -Sample ≠ The Purpose -Sampling ≠ Significance ≠ Variables ≠ Hypotheses -Independent or -Dependent ≠ Research Questions ≠ Treatment and/or ≠ Instrumentation ≠ Deliverables -Development ≠ Assumptions -Validation ≠ Delimitations -Utilization ≠ Limitations -Administration ≠ Definitions -Reliability ≠ Summary ≠ Data Collection -Respondents Review of Literature -Non-respondents ≠ Methodology of the Review -Follow-up procedures ≠ Findings pertaining to the ≠ Time Action Plan Problem ≠ Summary ≠ Findings pertaining to the Purpose Data Analysis ≠ Findings pertaining to the ≠ Data recording Methodology of Cited Studies & ≠ Data conditioning Proposed Methodology ≠ Analytical procedures ≠ Summary -Power -Effect size ≠ Findings ≠ Summary

Conclusions, Discussions & Recommendations ≠ Introduction ≠ Conclusions ≠ Discussion ≠ Recommendations

References Appendices

Dyrenfurth, M., & Newton, K., & Schuver, M., & Elliott, S. (2009, June), Roi: Return On Investment As A Factor In Designing Graduate Research Projects For Mutual Benefit Paper presented at 2009 Annual Conference & Exposition, Austin, Texas. 10.18260/1-2--5427

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