Resources abound to help faculty and students enhance their research, make connections and get funded. Browse the sites below for helpful resources for your research.
Mentoring, tools and support
- The National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity provides professional development, training and mentoring for faculty members, postdocs, and graduate students. W&M is an institutional member, so create an account and log in with your W&M credentials to access all of the resources available.
- The W&M Office of Corporate & Foundation Relations offers Resources for Faculty, including helpful FAQs about the process of applying for private support at W&M.
- The Institute of Education Sciences (IES) offers a wide range of resources including webinars, methodological resources, datasets, and information about the peer review process.
- The Federation of Associations in Behavioral & Brain Sciences (FABBS) advocates for legislation and policy that enhance research and fosters communication among researchers.
- W&M ScholarWorks helps faculty members submit their scholarship in order to increase discoverability, contribute to open access publishing, get impact metrics for their work, comply with grant terms, and retain their copyright.
- The William T. Grant Foundation hosted a panel discussion on Critical Race Perspectives on the Use of Research Evidence that featured three researchers offering ideas about how to center race in efforts to improve the use of research in policy and practice.
Conducting research during the pandemic
- The American Educational Research Association (AERA) provides guidance and resources for education researchers working during the coronavirus pandemic.
- The American Psychological Association offers a hub for news, resources and webinars designed to support researchers, educators and students during COVID-19.
- "Moving Your Research Online" is a webinar hosted by the University of Connecticut Center for mHealth and Social Media about transitioning research online. Topics included online recruitment, IRB protocol modifications, data collection procedures, staff monitoring techniques and materials.