26th APS Annual Convention: Mark Your Calendar (San Francisco, CA, USA - May 22-25, 2014)

Psi Chi Symposium

Implementing Transformative Undergraduate Research Experiences by Encouraging Crowdsourcing Science

Friday, May 23, 2014, 10:30 AM - 11:50 AM
Union Square 20

Jon E. Grahe Chair: Jon E. Grahe
Pacific Lutheran University

In an attempt to provide transformative undergraduate research experiences, Psi Chi is encouraging involvement in multiple crowdsourcing research projects. Psi Chi invited members (undergraduate students, graduate students, and faculty) to participate in these collaborative research projects. Faculty members learned to use the projects as teaching tools and student members could participate as individual or chapter (group) researchers. This session will report on the empirical findings from these projects and discuss ways to implement the studies at other institutions.

 

Update From Psi Chi’s Contributions to the International Situations Project: Research Findings
Erica Baranski
University of California, Riverside

Co-Author: Esther Guillaume

Co-Author: David C. Funder, University of California, Riverside


Jason R. Young

Challenges and Solutions to Mentoring Crowd-Sourced Student Research Projects
Jason R. Young
Hunter College, The City University of New York


Jon E. Grahe

Early Findings From the Collaborative Replications and Education Project: Estimating Implementation
Jon E. Grahe
Pacific Lutheran University


Open Science Opening Doors for Student Contribution
Jeffrey Spies
Center for Open Science


 

Email Bookmark and Share