MAPPING RESEARCH—An Interdisciplinary Approach

The Picture Me Thinking Model makes the structure used in scholarly research transparent and visual.  This same structure is used consistently across disciplines from sciences to social sciences.

Often graduate students will have collected enough information to answer several research questions, however, they need help to define a single cohesive position for a paper.  The PMT workshop provides the tools and forum to do this efficiently and with input from peers.

The PMT Model helps researchers accomplish the following:

1) Analyze and synthesize the complex information in peer-reviewed research papers,

2) Get clarity on the structure for research they want to conduct, or

3) Design the structure for a research paper they want to write.