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Supervising Undergraduate Research:

 

Best Practices

 

 

 

Welcome to this interactive wiki on supervising undergraduate research. The goal of this wiki is to share our ideas, tools, tips, rubrics, protocols, and epiphanies, so that each faculty mentor of student research does not have to reinvent the proverbial wheel.  This wiki may serve as a repository of best practices. Is some technique really working for you? Post it on the wiki for others to try. We come from diverse disciplines and diverse mentoring styles so individual ideas will not work for everyone. That's why we need a plethora of tricks, tips, and tools. Individually we may do great things, but together we may be able to turn supervising undergraduate research into an art form!  Hokey? I know; but why can't this experience be as transforming for us as we strive to make it for our students? To get started introduce yourself on the MEET & GREET page and add your email.  That's the easiest way to get started if you are not familiar with wikis.  To contribute to the wiki, you will need to create an account.


 

HOW TO GET STARTED 

 

1.     Introduce yourself on the Meet and Greet Page.   To do that you can click on the name of the page in the last sentence or you can find the link to the page in the Sidebar.  To write on the page you must first click on the EDIT tab at the top of the page and do not forget to save at the bottom. 

 

HOW TO COME BACK

The easiest way to return to the wiki is to type my.pbworks.com as a URL. That will take you to a page that shows all pbwikis that you participant in. It's easier than remembering the specific name of the wiki.  If you like what a wiki can do, you can go to www.pbworks.com to create your own. They are free!


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