Took a couple months off, but it’s time to rejoin Research Tuesday! Time to share and critique more research, thanks to the SLP Blogger challenge set up by Rachel Wynn over at Gray Matter Therapy. I’m re-entering the challenge with a review of an article on using apps in a clinical setting. (Oh, how appropriate.) It also isn’t exactly a research study, but rather a review of the present state of affairs, introduction to current issues, and suggestions for guidelines. It also provides a good overview of the numbers and preliminary research (and lack thereof) that is available.
If you haven’t heard, Rachel Wynn over at Talks Just Fine has started a SLP Blogger challenge of sorts! Every second Tuesday, a group of bloggers will share and critique a piece of research. The thought is that we all could stand to read more research and be exposed to research that others find. If you’re an SLP Blogger, head over to Rachel’s blog and email her about participating! The more the merrier.
Thanks to the creative Teach Speech 365, a fun chain letter link-up is going around the #SLPbloggers world, and Mary Huston of Speech Adventures was kind enough to include me! (Go check out her post on the link-up if you want to see my responses.) So what is this chain letter link up? Think of it as a bit of SLP blog-tag; if someone “tags” you (asks to interview you about your blog), you answer their questions, tag two more people,
yell TAG YOU’RE IT!, then blog their answers.
Anyhow, I decided to tag two very different but equally awesome #SLPeeps (from Twitter). Go show them some love! Follow their blogs, follow them on Twitter, like their posts…you get the idea.