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Answered By: Krista Reynolds Last Updated: Apr 25, 2016 Views: 94
Action Research Projects written by M.Ed. students who completed the program on the Portland campus are bound and housed in the library behind the service desk on the first floor. They are searchable in the library catalog (http://library.cu-portland.edu) and may be checked out for 2-hour use in the building. To find Action Research Projects in the catalog, use the search terms "Concordia University" and "action research." Or, if you already have a specific project title or author in mind, you may use those words as search terms.
The library does not receive a copy of Action Research, Thesis or other Capstone projects completed by students enrolled in the online program.
The College of Education has also selected high quality Action Research Projects, which are shared on the following page: http://intranet.cu-portland.edu/colleges/coe/exemplars/action.cfm. Abstracts and full text are available to view.
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