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Welcome to the Library's Doing Research and Doing Well Subject Guide!
This research guide encompasses a range of ideas, starting from idea conception to development through literature review, formulating research questions, data collection and data analysis, and writing your thesis or research report. This guide also provides an overview of the Library's recommended databases, books, journals, reference and other resources, print and electronic, that are accessible through the Library, and other free online sources on topics related to research.
Research: Where to Begin
Research is not just a geeky person in a white lab coat and big glasses figuring out something about the universe. Everyone does research, even if it's just finding out whether a product is good enough for our health or has good reviews. But doing research on a specific subject requires discipline, methodological rigor, objectivity, communicating appropriately, etc.
Choosing and Narrowing Your Research Topic
Before we conduct our research, it is important to choose a topic, narrow the research questions, and find out whether this research has already done by someone else. If so, can you add other new information you can add or provide a new perspective or different theoretical framework? One topic can be looked at in multiple ways.
The research process happens in a linear way,
You can find a lot of information on doing research here
What kind of research methods do you want to use? Confused? This link will help you. (Use your Library membership to log in.)
If you have collected data through surveys but don't know which statistical test to use, you can use this link. (Use your Library membership to log in.)