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Jun 29, 2020 PDF Document Publication Ethics and Publication Malpractice Statement, SPUR - SPUR
The Publication Ethics and Publication Malpractice Statement for Scholarship and Practice of Undergraduate Research, passed by the CUR Executive Board on June 24, 2020
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Jun 29, 2020 PDF Document SPUR Authorship Policy - SPUR
The Authorship Policy for Scholarship and Practice of Undergraduate Research (SPUR), passed by the CUR Executive Board on June 24, 2020
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Jun 16, 2020 EPUB Document Building Undergraduate Research across the Disciplines: New Ideas Outside of the Classroom with an Interdisciplinary Undergraduate Research Club (EPub) - SPUR
EPub version. At Towson University, an interdisciplinary Undergraduate Research Club was created to foster a culture of peer-mentored undergraduate research (UR). The authors review the creation of this club; explain goals, activities, and structure; and provide supporting data for activities, including the fund-raising activity Research Grams. This model offers a valuable, replicable, low-cost tool to advance accessible, student-centered UR initiatives.
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Jun 16, 2020 EPUB Document Spring 2020 SPUR Introduction (EPub) - SPUR
EPub version. Issue Editor Lisa Gates provides an overview of SPUR spring 2020, vol. 3, no. 3, "Undergraduate Research in the Twenty-First Century"
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Jun 16, 2020 EPUB Document Book Review--Scientific Misconduct Training Workbook (EPub) - SPUR
EPub version. Enter John D’Angelo and his Scientific Misconduct Training Workbook. Loosely organized into seven chapters, the workbook presents 101 short, open-ended case studies covering a broad range of topics relevant to faculty and students working in STEM disciplines. Each case describes one or several related scenarios, followed by a set of discussion questions and a brief commentary. Of greatest concern is that the workbook offers no guiding framework for faculty and students.
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Jun 16, 2020 EPUB Document Spr 2020 SPUR Vignettes (EPub) - SPUR
EPub version. Vignettes from the spr20 SPUR. The Institutional Repository: A Place for Every Undergraduate Researcher’s Work; Benefits of Discipline-Specific Undergraduate Research Clubs; Addressing Twenty-First-Century Problems by Engaging Undergraduates in Use-Inspired Basic Research; Scenario Planning as an Undergraduate Research Experience
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Jun 16, 2020 EPUB Document Comparing Online and Traditional Student Engagement and Perceptions of Undergraduate Research (EPub) - SPUR
This study compared participation rates and perceived barriers between undergraduate distance and traditional students. Survey results indicated no significant differences in self-reported participation or overall interest in research. Despite inherent structural limitations of online ed, there were no significant differences in the respondents’ perceptions of access to opportunities, physical resources, or human resources. Significant differences were seen re awareness of research opportunities
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Jun 16, 2020 EPUB Document Course-Based Research: A Vehicle for Broadening Access to Undergraduate Research in the Twenty-First Century (EPub) - SPUR
EPub version. This article describes how a community of practitioners was created to infuse research in courses at both two- and four-year campuses, with four examples of courses with embedded research activities. Discussed are strategies for implementing discipline-specific research activities at all levels of the undergraduate curriculum to expose a broader student population to the benefits of mentored research.
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Jun 16, 2020 EPUB Document Beyond Learning: Leveraging Undergraduate Research into Marketable Workforce Skills (EPub) - SPUR
EPub version. Students do not necessarily recognize the value of undergraduate research for workforce preparation, recognize how their research experience has prepared them, and/or are unable to fully articulate their preparedness. The authors discuss the value of integrating learning outcomes across the college experience to enhance undergraduate research and career readiness. They detail the implementation of an integrated model within a primarily undergraduate institution.
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Jun 16, 2020 EPUB Document Supporting Twenty-First-Century Students with an Across-the-Curriculum Approach to Undergraduate Research (EPub) - SPUR
EPub version. An across-the-curriculum (ATC) approach to undergraduate research (UR) is a productive addition to UR ecosystems at equity-oriented institutions. The ATC approach is differentiated from mentored UR experiences and laboratory course-based UR experiences by its ability to employ experiential, problem-based skills and practices for a broad variety of informal research activities at all levels of curriculum and without special facilities.
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Jun 15, 2020 PDF Document Spr20 SPUR--Full issue (PDF) - SPUR
The full issue of the spring 2020 issue of Scholarship and Practice of Undergraduate Research, which focuses on "Undergraduate Research in the Twenty-First Century"
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Jun 15, 2020 EPUB Document Spr20 SPUR--Full issue (EPub) - SPUR
The full issue of the spring 2020 issue of Scholarship and Practice of Undergraduate Research, which focuses on "Undergraduate Research in the Twenty-First Century"
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Jun 15, 2020 PDF Document Spr20SPURVignette--Scenario Planning as an Undergraduate Research Experience - SPUR
One form of research preparing undergraduates for the twenty-first-century workplace is scenario planning. The method disciplines student imagination to explore and plan for multiple future scenarios.
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Jun 15, 2020 PDF Document Spr20 SPUR Vignette--Addressing Twenty-First-Century Problems by Engaging Undergraduates in Use-Inspired Basic Research - SPUR
The author has involved several undergraduates in use-inspired basic research projects investigating the psychological consequences of victim framing. After gauging students’ comfort level with this sensitive topic, he tailors a project to their own experience and interests. Besides advancing scientific knowledge linked to real-world problems, use-inspired basic research experiences of this sort may be especially effective for scaffolding students’ development as scientists.
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Jun 15, 2020 PDF Document Spr20SPUR Vignette--Benefits of Discipline-Specific Undergraduate Research Clubs - SPUR
The Veterinary Research Group at Cal Poly Pomona is an undergraduate student club with members (n = 30 +/– 10) interested in gaining research exposure and experience involving animals. This research club provides a peer mentorship avenue for upper-level undergraduates (club leadership) to help their fellow students identify projects, faculty mentors, and research opportunities. Faculty members are excited to engage with enthusiastic students and seek out research club members for their studies.
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Jun 15, 2020 PDF Document Spr20 SPUR Vignette--The Institutional Repository: A Place for Every Undergraduate Researcher’s Work - SPUR
As scholars, we have various outlets for disseminating our work. What about undergraduate researchers? There is a place for student research that may be overlooked: the college or university institutional repository.
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Jun 15, 2020 PDF Document Spr 2020 SPUR Vignettes - SPUR
Vignettes from the spr20 SPUR. The Institutional Repository: A Place for Every Undergraduate Researcher’s Work; Benefits of Discipline-Specific Undergraduate Research Clubs; Addressing Twenty-First-Century Problems by Engaging Undergraduates in Use-Inspired Basic Research; Scenario Planning as an Undergraduate Research Experience
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Jun 15, 2020 PDF Document Comparing Online and Traditional Student Engagement and Perceptions of Undergraduate Research - SPUR
This study compared participation rates and perceived barriers between undergraduate distance and traditional students. Survey results indicated no significant differences in self-reported participation or overall interest in research. Despite inherent structural limitations of online ed, there were no significant differences in the respondents’ perceptions of access to opportunities, physical resources, or human resources. Significant differences were seen re awareness of research opportunities
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Jun 15, 2020 PDF Document Building Undergraduate Research across the Disciplines: New Ideas Outside of the Classroom with an Interdisciplinary Undergraduate Research Club - SPUR
At Towson University, an interdisciplinary Undergraduate Research Club was created to foster a culture of peer-mentored undergraduate research (UR). The authors review the creation of this club; explain goals, activities, and structure; and provide supporting data for activities, including the fund-raising activity Research Grams. This model offers a valuable, replicable, low-cost tool to advance accessible, student-centered UR initiatives.
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Jun 15, 2020 PDF Document Book Review--Scientific Misconduct Training Workbook - SPUR
Enter John D’Angelo and his Scientific Misconduct Training Workbook. Loosely organized into seven chapters, the workbook presents 101 short, open-ended case studies covering a broad range of topics relevant to faculty and students working in STEM disciplines. Each case describes one or several related scenarios, followed by a set of discussion questions and a brief commentary. Of greatest concern is that the workbook offers no guiding framework for faculty and students.
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