Lecture 4_Research&Doc

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research & documentation
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conducting research purposes of documentation documentation procedures list of references
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conducting research research requires more than simply  finding information and transcribing it
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the research question What central question do you want the  report to answer? Is it too broad? Too narrow? How can it be refined? How can the central questions be  divided into subquestions? Do the subquestions suggest any  changes to the central question?
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finding answers library resources online resources interviews surveys and questionnaires inquiry and calls personal observation and experiment analysis of samples
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What does the data mean? Do any of the findings conflict? Are other interpretations possible? How does the data affect your 
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