Research as a Conversation
This video explains how research is like a conversation, where people exchange ideas and opinions and may even disagree. In order to join the conversation, a student will need to learn about the topic by reading what others have written, find credible evidence to support their position, and cite that evidence appropriately. The 1986 Space Shuttle Challenger disaster is used to provide a good example of how that "conversation" was initially reported and how the conversation changed over time.
Scholarship as Conversation
Schaub, Gayle, "Research as a Conversation" (2021). Videos/Slide Decks. 3.