Research & Scholarly Resources

Educause Center for Analysis and Research

Educause Center for Analysis and Research (ECAR) offers research and analytical resources including the following:

  • Research reports
  • Member-submitted research
  • Case studies
  • Data tables
  • Maturity and deployment benchmarking indices
  • Infographics and interactive graphics
  • Slide decks and presentations
  • Survey instruments

Go to the Educause website.

FDC Library

The FDC Library houses literature that can enhance faculty research and knowledge.

Stop in to explore the FDC Library today.

FDC Seminars and Workshops

Research Writer’s Collaborative: The Writers’ Collaborative is an opportunity for EMU faculty and RWC Book Jacket Lecturers to meet within disciplinary areas, support each other in developing realistic writing goals (i.e. development of a conference paper, draft of an article, revision of a book chapter, etc.) and gain helpful feedback to meet the expectations of our research agendas.

Internal Research Awards Writing Workshop: The FDC partners with EMU Research and the URSLA Committee to help give faculty more information on what awards are offered internally by the University. Faculty who attend these workshops also receive important feedback on how their proposals will be reviewed by a general academic audience.

ISCFC Institute for the Study of Children, Families and Communities

(ISCFC) is an applied research institute that offers pre- and post-grant support to faculty, including networking and support for interdisciplinary projects, peer support to help develop projects from proposal to implementation, assistance with grant design and writing, budget development and data collection.

Contact: Directors Russ Olwell, rolwell@emich.edu.

Office of Research Development and Administration (ORDA)

The Eastern Michigan University Office of Research Development and Administration (ORDA) serves and supports faculty and staff engaged in sponsored activities that promote basic and applied research, public service, teaching, learning, scholarship, and artistic expression.

Go to the ORDA website.

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