Below is a sample of my work – the sample includes published articles, technical reports, presentation slides, and my dissertation.
- Robertshaw, M. B. & Asher, A. (2019). Unethical Numbers? A meta-analysis of library impact studies. Library Trends (68)1, pp.76-101. Access this article (free)
- Robertshaw, M. B., Willi Hooper, M., & Goergen-Doll, K. (2017). Finding the silver lining… in the serials budget crisis. Against the Grain (29)2. Access this article (free)
- Robertshaw, M.B. & Campbell, T. (2013). Constructing arguments: Investigating pre-service science teachers’ argumentation skills in a socio-scientific context. Science Education International (24)2, pp. 195-211. Access this article (free)
- Robertshaw, M.B. (2018). A snapshot of who is sitting in Valley Library. Corvallis, OR, USA: Oregon State University. Access the presentation slides for this report
- Robertshaw, M.B. (2017). Oregon State University Libraries & Press workplace climate survey psychometrics. Corvallis, OR, USA: Oregon State University. Access the report
- Robertshaw, M. B. (2015). Canvas pilot assessment. West Lafayette, IN, USA: Purdue University. Access the full report, Access an 8 page summary
- Robertshaw, M.B. (2015). Device usage on the Purdue University campus. West Lafayette, IN, USA: Purdue University. Access the report
- Robertshaw, M. B. (2020, February). The lock to the save has been tampered with: Why FERPA & IRB aren’t enough to protect student data in higher education. Presentation to the Student Data Privacy Symposium, Oregon State University. Access the slides
- Robertshaw, M.B. (2019, April). Emancipating quantitative methods from the status- white, colonial, patriarchal, heteronormative, racist, classist – quo. Webinar for Psi Chi: The honors society for psychology. Access the slides
- Robertshaw, M.B. & Dello Stritto, M.E. (2018, October). Effect Sizes. Research in Action Podcast, Oregon State University E-Campus Research Team. Access this podcast episode
- Robertshaw, M.B. (2017, May). Shiny Happy Assessment. Presentation at the Information Literacy Advisory Group of Oregon Annual Meeting. Vancouver, WA. Access the slides
Mixing the emic and etic perspectives: A study exploring development of fixed-answer questions to measure in-service teachers’ technological pedagogical content knowledge. Access the manuscript
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