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Whither the Institutional Review Board?

Historian Zachary Schrag's Institutional Review Blog (and his recent book, Ethical Imperialism) has been a valuable resource in tracking how federal regulations are shaping research in the humanities and social and behavioral sciences.  Today he posted a summary of a recent workshop conducted by the U.S.

Copyright Watch: All's Fair in Love, War, and The Classroom?

Obviously, we OPOSSEM folk like the idea of the "Creative Commons": being able to freely build on existing, free course materials and using them in our classes.

Research Methods in the Political Science Curriculum in Canada and the United States

If you use these materials, please include the following citation.
Chris Lawrence, , 2012, "Research Methods in the Political Science Curriculum in Canada and the United States", http://opossem.org/content/research-methods-political-science-curriculum-canada-and-united-states
Type of Material: 
Pedagogy Paper
Creative Commons License: 
CC BY-NC-SA 3.0
Level: 
undergrad

Slides for OPOSSEM Workshop presentation, April 19, 2012.

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