Virtual School Meanderings

April 29, 2016

Announcing the MVLRI Dissertation Fellowship Program

From Wednesday’s inbox…

An opportunity for doctoral students to expand their research efforts!
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Dissertation Fellowship
We’re pleased to announce our newest initiative, the MVLRI Dissertation Fellowship! This fellowship entails a $2,000 award to be used for activities like conference travel, presentations, or opportunities to expand the fellows’ projects and contribute to the body of research on K-12 online and blended learning. Applicants must be enrolled in a graduate program and have passed their comprehensive exams. For more details on application requirements and deadlines, please click here. We look forward to reviewing your applications soon!
Personalized learning isn’t just a buzz word. People like Jim Rickabaugh at the Institute for Personalized Learning are doing some serious work to redesign school models, using research and technology, to put students at the center. Listen to our latest podcast with Dr. Rickabaughhere.
We recently published our third in a series of blog posts from our colleagues at Scout from University of California, focusing on how online gradebooks can be analyzed using the R programming language. The first post, along with links to the second and third, can be found here.
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