Tutoring appointments allow students working on their doctoral study or dissertation to have one-on-one consultation sessions with a CRQ methodologist. Students may seek advice on qualitative methodology issues related to both research design (pre-proposal stage) or data analysis and interpretation (post-proposal stage).
Tutoring appointments allow doctoral students working on their project study or dissertation to have one-on-one sessions with a statistics tutor. Students may ask any questions pertaining to data analysis. The statistics tutors provide assistance in data analysis, SPSS or interpretation of results for reporting purposes.
Conceptualizing your research plan can be challenging. As a student, you can schedule individual 30-minute research design alignment appointments with a CRQ methodologist. The methodologist will check if your problem, purpose, research questions, and analyses are aligned and will offer suggestions for your research study. This service is most appropriate for students working on their prospectus or proposal.
Office Hours provide an informal, group advising setting where students may ask questions and receive advice about research methodology at any stage during dissertation or doctoral study research. Office Hours are appropriate for brief questions and answers (usually no more than 10 minutes) and the methodologists do not approve or disapprove any studies.
Conceptualizing your final abstract for your capstone paper can be challenging. As a student, you can schedule an individual 30-minute abstract review appointment with a CRQ methodologist.
A draft of your abstract must be included when you make your appointment.