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Title: Office of Educational Research bulletin
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Language: English
Creator: Office of Educational Research, University of Florida
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Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Publication Date: March 2009
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Office of Educational Research
March 2009


Office of Educational Research Bulletin (ORB)


News & Notes


Friday Morning Coffees Update


Regretfully, we have cancelled our
Friday Morning Coffee sessions for the
remainder of the Spring semester.
Response to this OER initiative has been
quite low. We will revisit the question of
whether to reinstitute them in the Fall
semester, in conjunction with other
continuing and new services, in
consultation with the Research
Advisory Committee of the Faculty
Policy Council. We will continue to
serve you by focusing on faculty and
doctoral students training sessions for
the remainder of the academic year.
Look out for those in future ORBs!




OER Happenings

Mark your calendars for our second
training session of spring semester:

Scholarly Writing & Publishing


March 26from 11:30am-1:00pm in
the Terrace Room

This brown bag training session will
feature Dr. J Yellowlees Douglas,


Associate Professor, Warrington College
of Business Administration.

J. Yellowlees Douglas has published
articles in nine disciplines and held
faculty positions in sociology (Brunel
University, UK) and English (The City
University of New York and UF), prior
to become Associate Professor of
Management Communication. She has
taught writing in virtually every
discipline and currently holds a
National Institutes of Health grant to
teach writing to faculty in the colleges of
Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy, and
Health Professions. She has published
over thirty articles of primary research
on hypermedia, cognition, and writing.
She is also the author of the short story,
"I Have Said Nothing," which was
selected for Post Modern American
Fiction: A Norton Anthology and The End
of Books or Books without End? Reading
Interactive Fiction (2000).

Dr. Yellowlees Douglas will address the
following:

1. Identifying fruitful areas for research
and publication (especially relevant to
PhD students to ensure that they choose
a disciplinary focus that will have
demand for publication and tenure-








track positions once they finish their
degrees);
2. Organizing writing around rhetorical
gambits to maximize opportunities for
publication and funding; and
3. Using neuro-cognitive devices to
improve the clarity and effectiveness of
writing, increasing chances of
publication and securing grant funding.

Bring your lunch, refreshments and cookies
will be provided.

RSVP to Rosie: rwarner@coe.ufl.edu by
Monday, March 23.

We hope to see you there!



Congratulations are in order for Patricia
Snyder (Special Education) for her
award from the Siskin Children's
Institute.

Best wishes to David Young (PK Yonge)


for his proposal to the Florida
Department of Education; Troy Sadler
(STL) for his subcontract submission to
Brigham Young University; Mary Jo
Koroly (Center for Precollegiate
Education and Training), Lynda Hayes
(PK Yonge) and Rose Pringle (STL) for
their proposal to the National Science
Foundation, and to James Oliverio
(Digital World Institutes), Jill Sonke
(Center for the Arts in Healthcare) and
Donald Pemberton (Lastinger Center
for Learning) for their submission to the
National Science Foundation.

For more details about these awards, see
the table on the next page.

Ana & John


ORB -March 2009









College ofEducation Funded Projects February 200oo9

Principal Investigator: Patricia Snyder (SE) Co-PI: N/A
Funding Agency: Siskin Children's Institute
Proposal Title: TEIDS Plus: Integrating AQ & Data-Based Decision-Making to Enhance
IFSP Quality, Implementation & Child & Family Outcomes
Project Period: 01/01/2009-06/30-2009
Award Amount: $37,104.00



College of Education Submitted Projects February 2009

Principal Investigator: David Young (PKY) Co-PI: N/A
Funding Agency: Florida Department of Education
Proposal Title: Title II, Part D-Enhancing Education Through Technology (EETT)
Requested Amount: $1,157.49

Principal Investigator: Troy Sadler (STL) Co-PI: N/A
Funding Agency: Brigham Young University (subcontract)
Proposal Title: RETA: Meta-analytic Model for Science Inquiry Effectiveness
Re uested Amount: $255,500.00

Principal Investigator: Mary Jo Koroly (CPET) Co-PI: Lynda Hayes (PKY),
Rose Pringle (STL)
Funding Agency: National Science Foundation
Proposal Title: U-FUTuRES: University of Florida Unites Teachers to Reform Education in
Science
Requested Amount: $4,999,949.00

Principal Investigator: James Oliverio (Digital Worlds) Co-PI: Jill Sonke (Center for
Arts in Healthcare), Donald Pemberton (Lastinger Center for Learning)
Funding Agency: National Science Foundation
Proposal Title: The STEAM Empowered Learning Network: STEM + (Interactive Digital)
ARTS = STEAM
Reuested Amount: 222,866.00


ORB -March 2009




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