LaunchPad contains resources for you and your students. In this tutorial, we'll take a detailed look at both types separately. Let's begin with student resources. Click the following link to go to the landing page of Research Methods in Psychology LaunchPad Solo.
What resources are available for my students?
From your LaunchPad home page, click Resources, then Content by Type. You'll see a list of all the resources available to your students. We'll now take a closer look at each.
Immersive Learning Activity
Data Visualization activities help students develop quantitative reasoning skills by asking them to evaluate information and data from published research.
Research in Action Activities
These realistic activities allow students to step into the shoes of a psychological scientist and make decisions that guide the design and execution of a study. These activities are an ideal way to make sure students understand when to use a particular design and its associated manipulations, measures, and protocols.
Research in Action Essay Quizzes
Assignable quizzes featuring essay questions to test student comprehension of the Research in Action Activities.
Research in Action Multiple Choice Quizzes
Assignable quizzes featuring multiple choice questions to test student comprehension of the Research in Action Activities.
StatClips Example videos cover key concepts in introductory statistics. These videos present students with a related real world problem and offer them a guided solution.
There are a variety of video clips available to accompany any text, highlighting fundamental research, intriguing case studies, and high-impact news events.
What resources are available for instructors?
From the same screen where you've been viewing student resources, you can scroll down to see those available to instructors. Let's now take a closer look at each.
Downloadable Test Bank
Instructors can download the test bank (based on Diploma software) for either PC or Mac.
Faculty Guide for Research in Action Activities
An instructor guide outlining the content included in Research in Action Activities.