DOC701 MODULE 1 CASE ASSIGNMENT

Module 1 – Home

DSP DATA COLLECTION

Modular Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this module, the student will be able to satisfy the following outcomes:

  • Case
    • Report progress of data collection for DSP Chair review.

Module Overview

Each module in this course is designed to facilitate the completion of sections of the DSP, complete data collection, and create a data analysis report.

Each module may have more than one task to complete. You may need to submit drafts more than once until a final version is approved. Each module may require the submission of multiple documents.

Differences between your 701 course and your 800 course

Some documents need to be uploaded into your 701 course and some documents need to be uploaded in your 701 and your 800 course.

  • Documents uploaded into your 701 course show your progress made during this particular course in the session you took it.
  • Documents uploaded into your 800 course show your progress made during your entire journey in the program.
  • DSP progress needs to be uploaded in both places. Some documents need to be uploaded in multiple places.Communication is important

Please communicate frequently with your DSP chair, but remember that you can also reach out to other faculty and staff in the program. We are all here to help you achieve your academic goal.

If you have questions, do not hesitate to contact any of the following:

  • Student Success Advisor
  • DSP Chair
  • Professor of Doctoral Studies
  • Doctoral Studies Director

In the first week of this session:

  1. Contact your DSP chair, re-establish the most appropriate communication media (email or phone), times, and frequency to accomplish the goals of this class.
  2. Submit your most current completion plan and an update of progress made since initial IRB approval.
  3. You are expected to submit substantial progress at least once every week.

Module 1 – Background

DSP DATA COLLECTION

Required Reading

Books

Yin, R. K. (2018). Case Study Research and Applications: Design and Methods. Sixth Edition – Ebook PDF Version

Block, P., & Books (2011). Flawless consulting: A guide to getting your expertise used. Third Edition (3rd ed.). San Francisco, Calif: Jossey-Bass.

Optional Reading

Mills, A. J., Durepos, G., & Wiebe, E. (2010). Encyclopedia of case study research (Vols. 1-0). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications

Tashakkori, A., & Teddlie, C. (2010). SAGE handbook of mixed methods in social & behavioral research. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc. doi: 10.4135/9781506335193

Module 1 – Case

DSP DATA COLLECTION

Assignment Overview

Students in the DOC 700-702 courses must complete an Applied Research Project called Doctoral Study Project. Each course has specific passing requirements.

Case Assignment

In the first week of this session:

  1. Contact your DSP chair, re-establish the most appropriate communication media (email, phone, etc.), times, and frequency to accomplish the goals of this class.
  2. Submit your most current DSP completion plan and update on progress since initial IRB approval. Refer to the DBA Handbook for the expectations of the DSP.
  3. Continue working on your DSP chapters following the feedback received from your chair and committee members. Use the DSP Final Checklist and Defense Rubric to assess the readiness of your chapter.
  4. When the DSP chair approves the draft of Chapter 4, students may move forward to drafting Chapter 5.

Assignment Expectations

Please follow the DSP Final Checklist and Defense Rubric to prepare your DSP.

Submit confirmation of data collection progress. This may include completed informed consent forms, observation protocols, interview transcripts, field notes, or other applicable documentation of completed data collection. This may require multiple submissions to the Module 1 dropbox.