To: share the research literature reading experience
With: the global audience
Host Online Journal Club Events and share your experience of educational literature reading.
Interested in interdisciplinary research that involves education? Join to meet educational researchers and get inspiration from their reading events.
Need a better understanding of educational research in the current/future employment? Attending OJC events can make your learning curve easier to manage.
Turning closed FD training into open and connected FD training? Transform your university's best research practices into OJC events.
The host can choose one of the two event styles to develop their OJC event. If not specially required, the "OJC Event Style: Classic" is set as the default style of 100 OJC Events. It combines researchers (hosts)' experience sharing, and attendants' invidividual and social reading components in one place.
The host can choose one of the two event styles to develop their OJC event. The "minimum" style, as its name suggests, only contains the minimum components to start an OJC: an empty folder to upload the article and an online video conferencing room for meetings.
Thanks to two research grants (as shown below), ResearchIC is free to be used by any user in the world.
SSD model refers to self-sustained development model, which is to count on subscription fees from event attendants (not event hosts) to maitain the platform as a service. The switch from free to SSD model will not influence event hosts. Subscribe as early backers.
This is a collaboration between event hosts (researchers) and ResearchIC to offer additional consulting hours as a add-on service to the free OJC events on the platform. View details.
ResearchIC welcomes business partners and sponsors to board the platform. We offer advertising opportunities of brands in our events. View details.
If you would like to see ResearchIC to grow continuously, please consider an any-amount donation. As a return of your donation, we will secure a one-year subscription for you when ResearchIC moves to the SSD model.