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SAGE Educational Research Methods, powered by Acrobatiq, is an online course that brings together authoritative Research Methods content with technology, data, and learning science from Acrobatiq, a learning optimization company from Carnegie Mellon University.
Based on the book Educational Research by authors R. Burke Johnson and Larry Christensen, the course includes a Learning Dashboard that will help you quickly assess students' learning and progress and adapt instruction and intervention to maximize student success.
Students receive auto-graded practice with targeted feedback through "Did I Get This?" and "Learn By Doing” activities. Synthesis and application activities help students apply new knowledge to real-world concepts. Summative assessments ensure successful knowledge acquisition.
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About Acrobatiq – A Carnegie Mellon Company
Acrobatiq is born out of Carnegie Mellon University’s long history of excellence in cognitive science, human-computer interaction, and software engineering. Acrobatiq, with the backing of Carnegie Mellon, focuses on evidence-based course design and strong collaborations with university researchers – which are fundamental to developing learner-centric products and services that are aligned with the needs of higher education. To learn more about the OLI, visit the Open Learning Initiative research site.