Mentored research offers one of the best opportunities for teaching and learning. While LUROP offers workshops, panel discussions, and other resources for researchers and mentors, the most important teaching and learning takes place between the mentor and student directly. For this reason, LUROP seeks to equip undergraduate researchers and their mentors with tools to get the most out of mentored research.
The first, "For Mentors and Researchers," offers sample learning objectives for undergraduate researchers, best practices for researchers and their mentors, as well as a sample learning agreement and progress report form. The Office of Undergraduate Research also offers a range of workshops. Check out the links below for more information, including powerpoint presentations from workshops. And finally, check out the guide to some key Loyola offices and programs that could help you out with research, including Loyola's Learning Portfolio program.
If you are looking for resources to help you find a research, presentation, or publishing opportunity, check the "Opportunities" tab as well. Those guides and lists can help you find hundreds of research opportunities and include links to organizations that can support your research.
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