Research teams are a good example for Knowledge building communities who share a common goal of building meaningful knowledge representations through activities, projects and discussion and the tutor is an active, learning participant in the community. A common goal of knowledge building communities is to advance and share the knowledge of the collective.
- Faculty members start by creating research groups among the branch in different disciplines.
- Such groups are composed of volunteered students (preferred who possess good level in English and good writing skills).
- Every group is led by a Faculty member or more.
- The aim of the groups is to develop the students’ ability to read, criticize, and write a research paper.
- Students’ produced work within groups including (completed research papers, papers in progress, and ideas) will be presented in the students’ annual conference.
- Students’ work led by Faculty members can be presented in research seminars.
- A best paper award would be announced.
- Different groups can work on applying for research projects fund from the TRC or similar organizations.