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October 27 class

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    • 1. A quick stop by HSR• Send me your IRB certification (if you haven’t already)• Approved Consent forms on eReserves• http://commons.emich.edu
    • 2. Progress Reporting!• You’ve posted it, right?• Reporting debriefing
    • 3. Case Study Group Sarah, Alisha, and Bernie
    • 4. Bowen, “Resisting Age Bias...”• Case study, but combination of methods• Note the connection with literature on aging and computers (589, 590, 591, etc.)• Digital literacy via motivations, work, family, friends (but not school, really-- see 596&7)• Note the connection with theory (remediation, for example-- 601)
    • 5. Bowen, “Resisting Age Bias...”• Certainly evidence that this = “real research” in the field; something to think about with your MA projects• But again, research vs. “story?”• Think of the “older people” in your lives: is there a generalization here?

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