This summer, CITE invites the Principal Investigators of research projects we’ve funded in 2022-23 to join us in a community of practice geared towards supporting your ongoing work.
Summary of the opportunity
Slides from Research Track Orientation
- Session 1 Recording: Orientation Password: CITE2023!
Expectations and Resources
Facilitate a 45-minute activity about your work
To help you move your research forward, during ONE of the three co-working sessions, plan to engage the community in some aspect of your research in an interactive way (not just a presentation!)
- Lead a discussion about a problem of practice your group is facing
- Bring some anonymized data for your colleagues to co-analyze with you
- Ask for feedback on a research instrument or some aspect of your research design
Resources: Sign up sheet and protocols to build on
Develop one conference proposal, or draft journal manuscript
- Individually / as a project team, or collaborating with other CUNY CITE researchers, develop a proposal for a conference submission or other similarly-sized research output based on your work.
- Submit your proposal (can be a work in progress) using our dissemination form by 9/1.
- If you write an accompanying full paper, this work can count as the final research deliverable for your grant.
Resources: Conference and Journal venues list
Research Fair Participation
Share your work in a one-minute pitch video and a poster-style virtual session at the August research fair.
- Please record your pitch video using Flipgrid by July 31
- Join our group here: https://flip.com/b9e4ed4a
- Imagine you are enticing people to come visit your poster!
- Flipgrid allows you to record from only one computer (you can’t record a call)
- See Flipgrid tutorial here
- It will cut you off after 1-min, be concise!
- Join Tech help sessions on Monday mornings if you need assistance
- Share a “poster” during the fair
- Share key ideas, problems of practice that have come up as you’ve made progress on your research.
- Not just a summary of your proposal!
- You can use any software (PowerPoint, Google Slides, Canva, Prezi, etc) to make your poster. Plan to screenshare it and send us a link or file.
- Prepare some discussion and reflection questions for audience members
- Participants will cycle in to your room in two 20-minute rotations
- We will hold a dry run through on Jul 31