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- 1DeBernardi, Jean
- 1Foster, William
- 1Harald Baayen
SSHRC's web-based instructions for the Insight Grant competition.
Example of the SSHRC application for an Insight grant, from 2016. This version uses the SSHRC "legacy" curriculum Vitae, not the Canadian Common CV. All personal information redacted. When using this form, please also access the "Simplifying the Insight Grant application" documents (this...
SSHRC IG awarded 2012: Verbs are harder than nouns for children to learn. This research project will test two central hypotheses about verb learning in children: First, in experimental situations, children benefit from co-speech gesture as shown by enhanced verb learning. Second, in everyday...
Developing a Psychological Model of Learning in 3D Virtual Environments: Guiding Principles for EducatorsDownload
Insight Grant awarded 2016: Worldwide, approx. 683 million young people between the ages of 10 and 25 are registered virtual worlds. Virtual environments have the potential to provide instruction encompassing the attributes that educational research has determined increase student motivation: ...
SSHRC IG awarded 2013: This program of research will expand upon and refine the concept of rhetorical history by studying how archivists/historians in large, for-profit organizations use rhetorical history to strategically "re-present" the past so that it becomes a firm asset. Rhetorical history...
Basic Insight Grant application form, annotated with directions. For use in the Grant Assistance Program's grant-crafting workshops and boot camps. Please note, SSHRC will likely update the form in 2017, to include the new option for selecting "Stream A" or "Stream B' for the applications.
Sample of a SSHRC blind review, used with permission. Useful for understanding what a positive reviewer may say (this grant was funded).
SSHRC IG awarded 2012: The proposed archaeological research focuses on Apachean migration as a significant vector of Dene expansion in western North America. Renewed archaeological thinking about migration pays attention to social science research into migration, and specific processes like kin...