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Unformatted text preview: Who would be willing to fund your idea and why? Does someone have an outside interest in your problem? III: PARADIGM: What disciplines, and therefore databases (marketing, education, health, music, technology, etc.) would help look at this problem? What fields of study might discuss this problem? Consider research that would explain the problem, describe the problem, discuss the population affected, or provide a solution to the problem? How can such questions be framed for the librarians help? IV: PLAN: How might the solution to this problem be carried out? ? What is the specific course of action? Who will carry out this plan? What materials, resources or assistance are needed? You can list steps. V: PRICE: Give a preliminary idea of the cost of this project, based on how many people are needed to carry it out, materials, and space/place. Is this cost reasonable? Will any of this cost be returned after the problem is solved?...
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