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The Cambridge Handbook of Undergraduate Research

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Lindsay Currie, Harald A. Mieg, Susanne Haberstroh, Wolfgang Deicke, Malcolm Tight, Johannes Reitinger, Herbert Altrichter, Ines Langemeyer, Monika B. Nerland, Angela Brew, Dominique Galli, Peter Tremp, Thomas Hildbrand , Ellen Bastiaens, Jeroen van Merriënboer, Vincent C. H. Tong, Nicholas Grindle, Natascha Selje-Aßmann, Evelyn Reinmuth, Martin Blum, Helen Walkington, Eric Hall, Caroline Ketcham, Margus Pedaste, Jill Singer, Daniel Weiler, Bridget Zimmerman, Sean Fox, Beth Ambos, Emma Barker, Caroline Gibson, Neal Broadus Abraham, Janice Hudgings, Michael Jackson, Warren F. Rogers, Nicole Snyder, Joanna Fietz, Michael Dorff, Caitlin D. Wylie, Anthony Suen, Stefanie Ebeling, Niharika Nath, Sara A. Myers, Leann Laubach, Ellen Buckner, Jennifer E. Wilson, Larry Z. Slater, Sarah Hunt Sellhorst, Elizabeth A. Easley, Jeanne Mekolichick, Sabrina Thurman, Maureen Vandermaas-Peeler, Carlos Cortinhas, Pascal Stiefenhofer, Carol Strong, Kevin Ostoyich, Rebecca Ostoyich, Billy Clark, Marcello Giovanelli , Andrea Macrae, John Rudisill, Marinus Chijioke Iwuchukwu, Marion Godau, Tom Bieling, Carola Ebert, Tatjana Schneider, Carolin Stapenhorst, Gregory Young, Lynnette Overby, William S. Harvey, Simone DeVore, Péter Bagoly-Simó, Roland Broemel, Olaf Muthorst, Angelique Jenney, Lauren Birks, Christine A. Walsh, Michael A. Reiter, Kimberly D. S. Reiter, Udo Gerheim, Judith Lehmann, Maria T. Iacullo-Bird, Kara Loy, Martin Aiello, Lucas Krotsch, Paul Voerkel, Mônica Santos de Freitas, Marcos Verissimo Alves, Catalina Lopez-Otalvaro, Paola Andrea Quintero, Susana Torres-Cadavid, Simón Montoya Rodas, Blanca Nelly Gallardo-Cerón, María Soledad Ramírez Montoya, Anisa Vahed, Jonathan Adedayo Odukoya, Yehudit Dori, Miri Barak, John Matthews, Shurooq Al Hashimi, Fatme Al Anouti, J. Michael Allen, Yin Hongbiao, Lian Shi, Shivaji D. Sargar, Shuri Mariasih Gietty Tambunan, Manneke Budiman, Joseph Haldane, Grant Black, Reiko Yamada, Joseph McClanahan, Lilia Mantai, Eric Pawson, Rachel Spronken-Smith, Günter Wageneder, Gudrun Salmhofer, Oliver Vettori, Elisabeth Westphal, Charlotte Zwiauer, Margarida Romero, Isabelle Mirbel, Ariel Lindner, Kerrin Riewerts, Susanne Wimmelmann, Daniela Frison, Giovanna Del Gobbo, Michael Burke, Isabel Huet, Cecília Guerra, Betina Lopes, Natalia Coleman, Nadezhda Vinogradova, Natalia Zhukova, Igor Nikitin, Mari Elken, Sabine Wollscheid, Pauline Kneale, Elizabeth Ambos, Mark Poskitt, Annika Weiser, Enakshi Sengupta, Patrick Blessinger, Manfred Hampe, Michael Kerres, Daniel Otto, Nancy Hensel, Monika Sonntag, John Barthell, Kevin Clancy, Nichole Matuska, Ami Ahern-Rindell, Marcus Müller
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  • Date Published: July 2022
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  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9781108835923

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  • Undergraduate Research (UR) can be defined as an investigation into a specific topic within a discipline by an undergraduate student that makes an original contribution to the field. It has become a major consideration among research universities around the world, in order to advance both academic teaching and research productivity. Edited by an international team of world authorities in UR, this Handbook is the first truly comprehensive and systematic account of undergraduate research, which brings together different international approaches, with attention to both theory and practice. It is split into sections covering different countries, disciplines, and methodologies. It also provides an overview of current research and theoretical perspectives on undergraduate research as well as future developmental prospects of UR. Written in an engaging style, yet wide-ranging in its scope, it is essential reading for anyone wishing to broaden their understanding of how undergraduate research is implemented worldwide.

    • Provides a comprehensive overview of undergraduate research worldwide.
    • Systematically incorporates the current state of research and experience with undergraduate research, as well as an evaluation of its prospects.
    • Creates the basis to further develop undergraduate research globally.
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    • Date Published: July 2022
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9781108835923
    • length: 750 pages
    • dimensions: 250 x 175 x 45 mm
    • weight: 1.44kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Foreword CUR
    Foreword
    1. Introduction
    Part I. Theory and Research on Undergraduate Research:
    2. Theory and research on undergraduate research: An introduction
    3. Undergraduate research: A view from higher education
    4. Undergraduate research: The psychological view
    5. Undergraduate research: Socio-cultural perspectives
    6. Undergraduate research: A philosophical view
    Part II. Implementation, Approaches, Methods:
    7. Introduction
    Part II. 1. 8. The Zurich framework
    9. Four components instructional design model, Maastricht
    10. Connected curriculum, UCL
    11. Humboldt reloaded, Hohenheim
    12. The US model at IUPUI
    Part II. 2. Key Measures for the Implementation of Undergraduate Research:
    13. Mentoring in undergraduate research: The teacher's role
    14. Inquiry approach and phases of learning in undergraduate research
    15. Assessment in undergraduate research
    16. Dissemination in undergraduate research: Challenges and opportunities
    Part III. Disciplines:
    17. Introduction
    Part III. 1. Stem:
    18. Undergraduate research in physics
    19. Undergraduate research in chemistry
    20. Undergraduate research in biology
    21. Undergraduate research in mathematics
    22. Undergraduate research in engineering
    23. Undergraduate research in data science
    Part III. 2. Health:
    24. Undergraduate research in medicine
    25. Undergraduate research in health sciences
    26. Undergraduate research in nursing
    27. Undergraduate research in exercise studies
    Part III. 3. Social Sciences:
    28 Undergraduate research in sociology
    29. Undergraduate research in psychology
    30. Undergraduate research in economics
    31. Undergraduate research in political science
    Part III. 4. Humanities:
    32. Undergraduate research in history
    33. Undergraduate research in English
    34. Undergraduate research in philosophy
    35. Undergraduate research in theology
    Part III. 5. Arts and Design:
    36. Undergraduate research in design
    37. Undergraduate research in architecture
    38. Undergraduate research in music
    39. Arts based research for undergraduate students
    Part III. 6. Disciplines A–Z:
    40. Undergraduate research in business schools
    41. Undergraduate research in early childhood education
    42. Undergraduate research in geography
    43. Undergraduate research in legal studies
    44. Undergraduate research in social work
    45. Undergraduate research in sustainability studies
    46. Undergraduate research in teacher education
    Part IV. International Perspective:
    47. Introduction
    Part IV. 1. Americas:
    48. Undergraduate research in the USA
    49. Undergraduate research in Canada
    50. Undergraduate research in Argentina
    51. Undergraduate research in Brazil
    52. Undergraduate research in Colombia
    53. Undergraduate research in Mexico
    Part IV.2. 54. Undergraduate research in South Africa
    55. Undergraduate research in Nigeria
    56. Undergraduate research in Israel
    57. Undergraduate research in the UAE
    Part IV. 3. Asia and Oceania:
    58. Undergraduate research in China
    59. Undergraduate research in India
    60. Undergraduate research in Indonesia
    61. Undergraduate research in Japan
    62. Undergraduate research in Australia
    63. Undergraduate research in New Zealand
    Part IV. 4. Europe:
    64. Undergraduate research in Austria
    65. Undergraduate research in France
    66. Undergraduate research in Germany
    67. Undergraduate research in Italy
    68. Undergraduate research in the Netherlands
    69. Undergraduate research in Portugal
    70. Undergraduate research in Russia
    71. Undergraduate research in Scandinavia
    72. Undergraduate research in the UK
    Part V. Avenues for Developing Undergraduate Research:
    73. Synopsis and introduction: Towards a democratization of knowledge
    74. Community-based undergraduate research
    75. Interdisciplinary undergraduate research
    76. Digital undergraduate research
    77. Cross-cultural undergraduate research.

  • Editors

    Harald A. Mieg, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
    Harald A. Mieg is (Honorary) Professor of Metropolitan Studies and Innovation at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin and the president of the Berlin Society for the Study of Science. Notable publications include The Social Psychology of Expertise (2001) and The Responsibility of Science (2022).

    Elizabeth Ambos, Council on Undergraduate Research, Washington DC
    Elizabeth L. Ambos served as Council on Undergraduate Research's (CUR's) fourth Executive Officer from 2012 to 2019. She was the founding Assistant Vice Chancellor for Research Initiatives and Partnerships for the twentythree-campus California State University (CSU) system.

    Angela Brew, Macquarie University, Sydney
    Angela Brew is the chair of the Australasian Council for Undergraduate Research (ACUR). She has published seven books including The Nature of Research (2001) and Research and Teaching (2006). In 2009, she was awarded a prestigious Australian National Teaching Fellowship to enhance undergraduate research engagement.

    Dominique Galli, Indiana University–Purdue University, Indianapolis
    Dominique M. Galli launched a successful biomedical research career at Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis, Indiana, and was later appointed Assistant Vice Chancellor for Research and Executive Director of the Center for Research and Learning.

    Judith Lehmann, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina
    Judith Lehmann heads the international scholarship division at the Heinrich Böll Foundation, Berlin. She previously taught literature, cultural studies, and philosophy of science, steered cross-faculty projects at various universities, and directed the Argentinian office of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).

    Contributors

    Lindsay Currie, Harald A. Mieg, Susanne Haberstroh, Wolfgang Deicke, Malcolm Tight, Johannes Reitinger, Herbert Altrichter, Ines Langemeyer, Monika B. Nerland, Angela Brew, Dominique Galli, Peter Tremp, Thomas Hildbrand , Ellen Bastiaens, Jeroen van Merriënboer, Vincent C. H. Tong, Nicholas Grindle, Natascha Selje-Aßmann, Evelyn Reinmuth, Martin Blum, Helen Walkington, Eric Hall, Caroline Ketcham, Margus Pedaste, Jill Singer, Daniel Weiler, Bridget Zimmerman, Sean Fox, Beth Ambos, Emma Barker, Caroline Gibson, Neal Broadus Abraham, Janice Hudgings, Michael Jackson, Warren F. Rogers, Nicole Snyder, Joanna Fietz, Michael Dorff, Caitlin D. Wylie, Anthony Suen, Stefanie Ebeling, Niharika Nath, Sara A. Myers, Leann Laubach, Ellen Buckner, Jennifer E. Wilson, Larry Z. Slater, Sarah Hunt Sellhorst, Elizabeth A. Easley, Jeanne Mekolichick, Sabrina Thurman, Maureen Vandermaas-Peeler, Carlos Cortinhas, Pascal Stiefenhofer, Carol Strong, Kevin Ostoyich, Rebecca Ostoyich, Billy Clark, Marcello Giovanelli , Andrea Macrae, John Rudisill, Marinus Chijioke Iwuchukwu, Marion Godau, Tom Bieling, Carola Ebert, Tatjana Schneider, Carolin Stapenhorst, Gregory Young, Lynnette Overby, William S. Harvey, Simone DeVore, Péter Bagoly-Simó, Roland Broemel, Olaf Muthorst, Angelique Jenney, Lauren Birks, Christine A. Walsh, Michael A. Reiter, Kimberly D. S. Reiter, Udo Gerheim, Judith Lehmann, Maria T. Iacullo-Bird, Kara Loy, Martin Aiello, Lucas Krotsch, Paul Voerkel, Mônica Santos de Freitas, Marcos Verissimo Alves, Catalina Lopez-Otalvaro, Paola Andrea Quintero, Susana Torres-Cadavid, Simón Montoya Rodas, Blanca Nelly Gallardo-Cerón, María Soledad Ramírez Montoya, Anisa Vahed, Jonathan Adedayo Odukoya, Yehudit Dori, Miri Barak, John Matthews, Shurooq Al Hashimi, Fatme Al Anouti, J. Michael Allen, Yin Hongbiao, Lian Shi, Shivaji D. Sargar, Shuri Mariasih Gietty Tambunan, Manneke Budiman, Joseph Haldane, Grant Black, Reiko Yamada, Joseph McClanahan, Lilia Mantai, Eric Pawson, Rachel Spronken-Smith, Günter Wageneder, Gudrun Salmhofer, Oliver Vettori, Elisabeth Westphal, Charlotte Zwiauer, Margarida Romero, Isabelle Mirbel, Ariel Lindner, Kerrin Riewerts, Susanne Wimmelmann, Daniela Frison, Giovanna Del Gobbo, Michael Burke, Isabel Huet, Cecília Guerra, Betina Lopes, Natalia Coleman, Nadezhda Vinogradova, Natalia Zhukova, Igor Nikitin, Mari Elken, Sabine Wollscheid, Pauline Kneale, Elizabeth Ambos, Mark Poskitt, Annika Weiser, Enakshi Sengupta, Patrick Blessinger, Manfred Hampe, Michael Kerres, Daniel Otto, Nancy Hensel, Monika Sonntag, John Barthell, Kevin Clancy, Nichole Matuska, Ami Ahern-Rindell, Marcus Müller

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