I (Brett Merritt) first published the SCIENCEsEDiment blogsite in 2011. Although I take full responsibility for its design, features, and maintenance (as well as any existing errors and mistakes!), I cannot in good conscience take sole credit for its existence. On the contrary, this site was made possible by the assistance of people, books, articles, Internet sites, and many other resources. Below, I have included references to various texts and people that I consulted and/or otherwise leaned into when creating the different sections and pages of the site. Where relevant, I have also used [brackets] after individual references to indicate–and link to–specific page(s) within the SCIENCEsEDiment site to which that text or person provides form, content, and/or inspiration.
Branson, R.D. (2004). Anatomy of a Research Paper. Respiratory Care, 49(10), pp. 1222–1228. [Research Articles]
Canfield, M.R. (Ed.) (2011). Field Notes on Science & Nature. Harvard University Press: Cambridge, MASS. ISBN: 978-0-674-05757-9 [Lab & Field Notebook]
Klass, Gary M. (2012). Just Plain Data Analysis: Finding, Presenting & Interpreting Social Science Data (2nd edition). Rowman & Littlefield Publishers: New York. ISBN: 978-1-4422-1509-2 (electronic book) [Data Tables] [Graphs]
Lemke, J. (1990). Talking Science: Language, Learning, and Values. Ablex Publishing: London. ISBN: 978-0-893915-66-7
INTERNET SITES & WEBPAGES
Carpi, A., & Egger, A.E. (2008). “Comparison in Scientific Research.” Visionlearning Vol. POS-1 (5). Retrieved 2016-07-05 from http://www.visionlearning.com/en/library/Process-of-Science/49/Comparison-in-Scientific-Research/152. [Investigations > Comparative]
Carpi, A., & Egger, A.E. (2008). “Description in Scientific Research.” Visionlearning Vol. POS-1 (6). Retrieved 2016-07-05 from http://www.visionlearning.com/en/library/Process-of-Science/49/Description-in-Scientific-Research/151. [Investigations > Descriptive]
Carpi, A., & Egger, A.E. (2008). “Experimentation in Scientific Research.” Visionlearning Vol. POS-1 (7). Retrieved 2016-07-05 from http://www.visionlearning.com/en/library/Process-of-Science/49/Experimentation-in-Scientific-Research/150. [Investigations > Experimental]
Carpi, A., & Egger, A.E. (2008). “Modeling in Scientific Research.” Visionlearning Vol. POS-1 (8). Retrieved 2016-07-05 from http://www.visionlearning.com/en/library/Process-of-Science/49/Modeling-in-Scientific-Research/153. [Investigations > Modelling]
Journal of Emerging Investigators. (2011). “Parts of a Scientific Paper.” Retrieved from http://www.emerginginvestigators.org/how-to-write/. [Research Articles]
Klass, G.M. “Constructing Good Graphs and Charts.” Retrieved 2014-08-22 from http://lilt.ilstu.edu/gmklass/pos138/datadisplay/sections/goodcharts.htm. [Graphs]
Klass, G.M. “Constructing Good Tables.” Retrieved 2014-08-25 from http://lilt.ilstu.edu/gmklass/pos138/datadisplay/sections/goodtables.htm. [Data Tables]
Michigan Sea Grant. (2014). “Teacher Tools.” Retrieved from http://www.miseagrant.umich.edu/lessons/teacher-tools/. [Graphs][Research Questions]
Purrington, C.B. “Maintaining a laboratory notebook.” Retrieved 2014-06-01 from http://colinpurrington.com/tips/academic/labnotebooks. [Lab & Field Notebook]
Ilana Saxe (The Lawrenceville School, NJ) – Although I had designed, created, and maintained websites for use in educational settings prior to meeting her in 2010, Ms. Saxe was the first to introduce me to WordPress.com, the free and open source web/blog hosting service provider that presently hosts SCIENCEsEDiment.
Steven Tuckey (Jackson Community College, MI) – Back in 2004, while Ph.D. students at Michigan State University, Steve and I began teaching our undergraduate students how to build their own websites in support of both their course assignments and preservice teaching experiences. Steve had much more knowledge of–and experience in–web design at the time, and I owe him a deep debt for his willingness to share his knowledge and experience with me.
Last updated: April 2017