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.
No. You can use one of our event templates or you can develop one event from scratch. If you want to develop the event by yourself, please let your event coordinator know. We can fully accommodate your preference.
Thank you for your agreement to become our hosts! Please wait patiently for the follow-up email sent from ResearchIC, which contains guidance for next actions. Meanwhile, please consider the following actions:
If you are invited by email to become a host at ResearchIC, you do not need to apply for becoming a host.
The 100 OJC Events between 2023 and 2024 are only open to global educational researchers as hosts. Other than that, both research students and educational researchers in the domain of education science can host online journal club events on ResearchIC.
100 Online Journal Club Events are abbreviated as “100 OJC Events” on ResearchIC. It is the primary initiative of a three-year R&D project involving the use of online journal club events to train research literacy in the education domain. The project's PI is Dr.Jingjing Lin, an assistant professor at Toyohashi University of Technology (Japan).
100 OJC Events intend to invite and collaborate with 100 educational researchers from around the world, to co-create and deliver online journal club events. These OJC events are primarily designed for postgraduate research students. The purpose is to investigate whether using OJC events could improve educational research literacy levels of higher degree research students.
No. But if you respond to our research survey, you can get 1,000 yen per response (one attendant is limited to one response).