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How to sign up for BUSI 406 studies Spring 2010

How to sign up for BUSI 406 studies Spring 2010 - Research...

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Research Requirement for BUSI 406 Important Notes There are four ways to fulfill your research requirement for BUSI 406: (1) write three critiques of articles written in scholarly management journals, (2) write one critique and participate in two research studies, (3) write two critiques and participate in one research study, and (4) participate in three research studies. If you choose to write one or more critiques, please see your BUSI 406 professor to make sure that you are picking an acceptable journal article. You may also contact BUSI 406 research manager, Professor Claudia Kubowicz Malhotra ( [email protected] ) for recommendations. All critiques must be submitted to your BUSI 406 instructor NO LATER THAN 5PM on the last day of classes for the semester (No exceptions!). If you choose (2) or (3) or (4), you will need to register online to participate in studies. This handout describes how to sign up for research studies. Please keep this handout as a reference. All of the information you need to register for and participate in the research studies is contained in this document. To participate in a research study, you will need to complete two easy steps: 1. Register on the research studies scheduling website. 2. Over the course of the semester, three studies will be posted to the website and available for you to sign up. You will need to register for, and complete (!) , ALL THREE studies if you want to fulfill your entire research requirement by participating in studies. Step I: Register on the research studies scheduling website [Note: This system is the same as the one used in BUSI 405 (Organizational Behavior)]. If you are taking both classes, you can use the same login for the Marketing and Organizational Behavior studies; just make sure that you select the correct course for receiving credit. 1. To register, go to http://kfbs.sona-systems.com and click on “New Participant? Request an account here” 1
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2. You will be taken to an Account Information screen. Enter your first name and your last name. Then, create a “User ID” and enter and reenter your email address. Please enter an email address you use regularly. All communication regarding these studies will be sent to the email address you enter. Entering your phone number is optional, but highly recommended in that it provides another way for us to communicate with you if the need arises. Then, select your course and professor using the scroll menu. Note : if you are taking both BUSI 406 (Marketing) and BUSI 405 (OB), hold the Control or Apple key and click on both courses, along with the corresponding instructors.
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