Teaching Research Methods and Statistics in eLearning Environments:Pedagogy, Practical Examples and Possible Futures

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Rock, Adam J.; Coventry, William L.; Morgan, Methuen I.; Loi, Natasha M.;
(2016)

Generally, academic psychologists are mindful of the fact that, for many students, the study of research methods and statistics is anxiety provoking (Gal, Ginsburg, & Schau, 1997). Given the ubiquitous and distributed nature of eLearning systems (Nof, Ceroni, Jeong, & M... View more
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