his webinar explained the goals and expectations of the program,best practices and more.
Students learn how to summarize research and identify problems, contributions, evidence, and meaning of their own and other research.
Students learn how to focus and make reading active (without getting lost in details) and analyze and summarize other people's research.
Students learn how to perform a thorough literature search using the proper resources and processes, and how to organize their discovered articles.
This exercise helps mentors teach their students how to read and analyze someone else’s code.
Students learn how to give a brief 2-5 minutes overview of their research interests and start a conversation about research.
This resources is based on the findings of the Learning through Evaluation, Adaptation, and Dissemination (LEAD) Center which was an evaluation conducted of the DREU program. It will assist DREU/CREU mentors in providing a successful mentoring experience for their students.
Are you wondering how you can be successful post-bachelor's? Consider reviewing this handout used at the most recent Grace Hopper during the Student Opportunity Lab.
By using this resource, students learn (1) how to perform a thorough literature search using the proper resources and processes, and (2) how to distinguish between good and bad sources.