Ready for Graduation? What Cards Are in Your Hand?

Ready for Graduation? What Cards Are in Your Hand? TechTrends (2018) 62:317–318 https://doi.org/10.1007/s11528-018-0301-x COLUMN: GRADUATE MEMBER MUSINGS Ying Xiu Published online: 31 May 2018 Association for Educational Communications & Technology 2018 Hello, Ph.D. fellows. Where are you in your program? First early to locate your passion. Even though you might not have year? Second year? Last year? Have you thought about your the chance to work on a relevant project, you can still think future career? What is your research agenda (interest)? How about what kind of research you want to pursue in the future. far are you from your dream life? Your research agenda should be rooted in a learning theory This musing shares the lessons learned by a graduate stu- you believe (Reeves et al. 2017). It is possible that you are dent in her last semester of her Ph.D. program. I hope this will interested in different research topics, however, for a research benefit all Ph.D. students. It is never too early to think about agenda you should have a focus. One way to help you identify your future career and get ready for it! Three issues of devel- the core of your research agenda is to outline the research oping your research agenda, attending http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png TechTrends Springer Journals

Ready for Graduation? What Cards Are in Your Hand?

TechTrends , Volume 62 (4) – May 31, 2018
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Springer US
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Copyright © 2018 by Association for Educational Communications & Technology
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Education; Educational Technology; Learning and Instruction
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8756-3894
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1559-7075
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10.1007/s11528-018-0301-x
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TechTrends (2018) 62:317–318 https://doi.org/10.1007/s11528-018-0301-x COLUMN: GRADUATE MEMBER MUSINGS Ying Xiu Published online: 31 May 2018 Association for Educational Communications & Technology 2018 Hello, Ph.D. fellows. Where are you in your program? First early to locate your passion. Even though you might not have year? Second year? Last year? Have you thought about your the chance to work on a relevant project, you can still think future career? What is your research agenda (interest)? How about what kind of research you want to pursue in the future. far are you from your dream life? Your research agenda should be rooted in a learning theory This musing shares the lessons learned by a graduate stu- you believe (Reeves et al. 2017). It is possible that you are dent in her last semester of her Ph.D. program. I hope this will interested in different research topics, however, for a research benefit all Ph.D. students. It is never too early to think about agenda you should have a focus. One way to help you identify your future career and get ready for it! Three issues of devel- the core of your research agenda is to outline the research oping your research agenda, attending

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TechTrendsSpringer Journals

Published: May 31, 2018

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