The Future of UX, as Seen by an Educator Who Trains Future UXers

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What is the future of UX (User Experience)? Where better to look for the answer than in the classroom, where the next generation of UX professionals are being trained. We talked to East Carolina University’s Guiseppe Getto, a longtime UX professor, researcher, and consultant, about teaching UX and looking into the field’s future in the […]

Is Professional Development Relevant to Market Researchers?

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Is professional development relevant to market researchers? In a study of nearly 450 marketing research professionals, the answer is yes, as three in four respondents plan to continue with some form of continuing education. This question is especially relevant because our field has been under increasing pressure to perform more with less. In fact. according […]

[INFOGRAPHIC] State of the College Student

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Infographics change the way analytics are communicated, and qSample is onboard.  The trendy offspring of the old school PowerpPoint image – infographics are the new way to share data and transform it into information by using clever and engaging visuals.   An Infographic has an eye-catching and relevant visual coupled with the numbers being conveyed in […]

College Students Worried About Debt

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With college costs skyrocketing, a new survey conducted by CampusUniverse shows that 62% of students surveyed have student loans or aid to repay in some form.  The survey was conducted between October 18-23rd, with a sample size of 500 respondents. This year, in the United States, outstanding student loan debt will reach $1 trillion dollars. […]

Tech Harmful to Education Say Some Tech Execs

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Technology is our future, and kids are our future. So kids need technology in schools, right? Not according to some of the top tech executives in Silicon Valley. A New York Times profile of the Waldorf School of the Peninsula in Silicon Valley showed that counterintuitively, many of the top technology executives in the world believe […]

What It Takes to Be Great

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There’s a lesson I’ve learned, then forgotten, then relearned many times. Recently it’s been front and center in my mind, and this time I’m determined to keep it there. The lesson is that in order to do anything worthwhile, you need to have the humility and the courage to learn. I’m not talking about formal […]

The Gamification of Education

The Gamification of Education

Editor’s Note: As summer winds down, Research Access will be getting you ready to go “back to school” with two weeks of posts on the topic of education. Between August 20 and 31 we will be doing a series of posts that will have you ready to put on those new clothes, pack your lunch box […]

The Federal Exit from U.S. Public Education

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Editor’s Note: As summer winds down, Research Access will be getting you ready to go “back to school” with two weeks of posts on the topic of education. Between August 20 and 31 we will be doing a series of posts that will have you ready to put on those new clothes, pack your lunch box […]

10 Books for Market Researchers

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Editor’s Note: As summer winds down, Research Access will be getting you ready to go “back to school” with two weeks of posts on the topic of education. Between August 20 and 31 we will be doing a series of posts that will have you ready to put on those new clothes, pack your lunch box […]

Lessons from the Emory University Data Scandal

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Editor’s Note: As summer winds down, Research Access will be getting you ready to go “back to school” with two weeks of posts on the topic of education. Between August 20 and 31 we will be doing a series of posts that will have you ready to put on those new clothes, pack your lunch box […]