LRNT 522


A couple things to keep in mind when trying to identify a good research question are:

 

  • It takes time to find a research question that is interesting to both you and to others, is clear and focused and complex enough that it requires analysis

 

  • It is important to re-evaluate your question as you do your research by asking questions such as: Is my topic too broad or too narrow? You may find a revised version of your original question is more appropriate

 

 

                                                                    References

Royal Roads University (n.d.) Identifying your research question Retrieved from https://library.royalroads.ca/infoquest-tutorials/how-start/identifying-your-research-question

York University (n.d.) How to Write a Research Question Retrieved from http://www.yorku.ca/act/CBR/ResearchQuestionInfoSheet.doc

Read More