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Instructions: This section is for students and educators conducting Action Research in their classrooms. You will be given a project code when you have finished registering. This code may be given to any person who needs to be able to view your research (or any portion of it) and give you feedback.
 
If you are a student, your professor should also give you a class code which you can add to your project at any time. Adding the class code makes it possible for the professor to view your materials and approve the various steps. You can enter this code into your project at any time, but nothing can be approved until you have done so.
 
Note that the class code and the project code are totally different and give different types of access. The class code is the way this website gathers the work of all students into one class area and allows your professor final say on whether a step of the project is approved or not. A project code is given to each project so you can ask for the input of persons other than the professor. The project code should be given to anyone who has been asked to review your project.
 
Please fill in the information by typing in the blanks. When you have entered all information, click the Submit Registration button to finish your registration.
Personal Information:
Title (Dr., Mr., Ms., Mrs, Miss):   
 
First Name:   
 
Last Name:   
 
E-mail:   
 
Preferred Password:   
 
Confirm Password by typing it again:   
 
Education Institution Information (if you are a student):
University Name (no initials, please):   
 
School's Telephone Area Code:   
 
Department:   
 
Final Research Report:
Make Final Research Report and bibliography available to other researchers and faculty:    
 
Note: If you make your work public, a project will not be deleted whenever a professor decides to archive a course.

  

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