OVERVIEW OF THE TEAM PROJECT PHASES AND PROCEDURES

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OVERVIEW OF THE TEAM PROJECT PHASES AND  PROCEDURES 1. ONCE YOUR TEAM DECIDES ON A TOPIC, PHRASE IT AS A RESEARCH  QUESTION. The research question must  Be open-ended; not a yes/no Be dependent on primary research for a solution Specific, narrow, well-defined Begin with “How can….” Or “What are the ways…” or possibly, “Which” 2.  NEXT, CONDUCT THE TARGET AUDIENCE INTERVIEW. Go local—find out what has already been done to try to address the  problem by interviewing the target audience. Learn about the situation as it exists at your organization or business. Get  as much background information as you can.  3.  THE LIBRARY RESEARCH PHASE OF THE PROJECT. Go global— find out what other organizations have done to solve the problem  by conducting library (secondary) research: Identify appropriate sources and annotate them as a research tool for 
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