Research Bites – Coming in January!

Hello everyone!  It’s been quite some time since I’ve posted, but I have been busily working on a new project behind the scenes.  I am thrilled to announce the launch of Research Bites this coming January 2020!

What is Research Bites?

Finding, reading and interpreting current journal articles can be overwhelming and frustrating.  Research Bites presents current research in the field of dog behavior in a bite-sized, manageable package.  I will find current, relevant, and interesting papers and read and interpret them for you.  All you need to do is show up, listen to the lecture and discuss the implications.  Each webinar will review the paper, present the findings and discuss the applications and limitations of the paper.  The webinars are live so you’ll be able to talk through your ideas and questions with myself and the rest of the attendees. This is the fastest and easiest way to keep up-to-date with research in the field!

Sound interesting?  Details regarding start date, pricing, etc. will be released later this month.  However, there are a couple of things you can do in the meantime!

  • Go to my Professional Courses page to get more information and to get your e-mail on the list so you are the first to know about any updates!
  • Take a quick survey (less than 2 minutes) about the topics you’re most interested in and the webinar times that work best for you!  This is a new service and you are getting in on the ground floor so you have a lot of power to influence how things will look!  Make sure you get the topics and times that you’re most interested in!
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