Workshop "Making friends of “limitations”: Strategies for reporting & contextualizing research limitations"
Scholars are often afraid of reporting the limitations of their research, concerned that doing so will undermine their chances for publication. In fact, the opposite is true. This workshop discusses the role of reporting limitations in research, why they can help strengthen your chances for publication, and how to use them to your advantage.
Ron Martinez, Ph.D., is Associate Editor of the Oxford University Press journal Applied Linguistics. Dr. Martinez has lectured on subjects related to vocabulary and writing at several universities, including the University of Oxford and UC Berkeley, and his current research interests center on English for Research Publication Purposes (ERPP) and English Medium Instruction (EMI). Now at the University of Arkansas, Ron is working on implementing new writing for research publication support programs for international students.
Talinn Phillips is Associate Professor and Director of the Graduate Writing & Research Center at the College of Arts and Sciences, Ohio University (USA). She holds an M.A. in TESOL & Applied Linguistics and a Ph.D. in English Rhetoric and Composition from Ohio University. Talinn teaches various courses at Ohio University including Writing and Rhetoric and Developmental Writing for Non-Native Speakers of English and has authored a number of research publications. Talinn’s scholarly interests include rhetoric and composition, multilingual writing, graduate writing, lifespan writing research, and writing centers.
Target audience: HSE teachers, researchers, and graduate students
Date & Time: March 23, 17:30 - 19:30