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Doctoral Qualifying Exams: Part 10 – Instructional Technology Exam Question 3

For my Instructional Technology doctoral qualifying exams I was given one question each week for three weeks.  I had to answer the question in a week’s time, open source, open book.  My third question was intended to contribute to the … Continue reading

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Doctoral Qualifying Exams: Part 9 – Instructional Technology Exam Question 2

For my Instructional Technology doctoral qualifying exams I was given one question each week for three weeks.  I had to answer the question in a week’s time, open source, open book.  This was question 2. Question 2: Choose either Option … Continue reading

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Doctoral Qualifying Exams: Part 8 – Instructional Technology Exam Question 1

For my Instructional Technology doctoral qualifying exams I was given one question each week for three weeks.  I had to answer the question in a week’s time, open source, open book.  This was question 1. Question 1: Critique of research … Continue reading

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Doctoral Qualifying Exams: Part 7 – Instructional Technology Reading List

The Instructional Technology reading list was not quite as long as the Religious Studies reading list (144 items compared to 194 items).  And, I read this list over the course of several years in my Instructional Technology program before the … Continue reading

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Doctoral Qualifying Exams: Part 6 – Hebrew Bible Questions

Day 3 Religious Studies Qualifying Exam Instructions: Answer these questions in 4 hours.  It is against the rules to consult any sources beyond your own brain. Question Set 1 Describe the nature and history of ancient Israelite religion. What was … Continue reading

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Doctoral Qualifying Exams: Part 3 – Judaism and Christianity in Antiquity Reading List

My reading list for doctoral exams in Judaism and Christianity in Antiquity, taken in 2004, included the following books and articles below.  Given the six month time frame to get through all of these, I learned how to read more … Continue reading

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Doctoral Qualifying Exams: Part 1

During the years 2004-2005 I spent more than twelve months preparing for and completing doctoral qualifying exams at Indiana University in two totally distinct fields: Instructional Technology and Judaism & Christianity in Antiquity.  (Somehow I had convinced myself to do … Continue reading

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