Procedure to Make a Creative Strategy for Research Project Planning

Research Project PlanningA research project is a methodical work to answer a research question.  It includes case studies, surveys, data collection and analysis.

Specifications of a Research Project:

A research project has a specific format it requires a research proposal for getting approval for doing research on the topic you have selected. After approval, you have to start your research which includes experimentation, observations, surveys and data gathering and interpretation. Once research work is completed you move forward towards writing your work, results and discussions. And at last, you have to present your work.

Planning For A Research Project:

Every task requires proper planning to start and complete with time constraints. Same is the case with research project whether this research project is for graduation, masters or doctoral program everything needs careful planning for a successful end. Typically there are ten stages of every research project that are given below after a discussion with experts of a dissertation writing service.

  1. Project selection
  2. Initial literature review
  3. Research question finalization
  4. Methodology selection and development
  5. Conducting the methodology
  6. Arrangements for Data collection
  7. Data collection
  8. Data analysis
  9. Data Interpretation
  10. Final Work Preparation

The first and most important stage is the selection of the project topic. The decision you made at this stage will have a great impact on all left nine stages. Before selecting any project you must have basic knowledge about it. Think broadly about the interests you find in your subject, your knowledge about those interests and current hot topics related to your subject. Now compare these interests with your knowledge and current issues and then create interesting topics. After getting a list of topics you must reevaluate them on the basis of knowledge you have about each topic. Then select one topic for which you think you have enough basic know-how and you think you will be comfortable to complete a research project.

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In step two you have to do a literature review. The purpose of doing it is searching about the already done work in this field. This will help you to know what has been done in this field so far and what are the gaps left behind. This will also help you to know which researching methodology is suitable for your topic and pros and cons of different approaches related to your field of research. You will also become aware of the history of your research field. And most importantly it will help you to develop initial ideas about your research project. So a literature review is much needed to get started. In step three, you have to decide what gaps or holes are you going to cover through your research. Based on the information from literature review about the already known and gaps left, you create a research question for your project.

In step four, you have to select a methodology for conducting your research. Typically, the research methodologies are of two types, qualitative or quantitative. The selection of right methodology should be made from thoroughly searching about the features of these methodologies and their successfulness in your field. This information is mostly provided in literature review.  Next, you start checking or testing your selected methodology to check whether it will suit your research or not. When you will practice the methodologies you will come to know about the modifications and changes you need to make. These changes can be small or can be large. In step six you do necessary arrangements for data collection. For instance, if you have to do a survey you will prepare questionnaire. In the next step, you start collection of data. This step can be time taking as you have to record the observations.

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In step 8 you analyze the data you have gathered. You have to organize the data systematically and then have to present in readable form. Then you interpret your data for identifying the concepts revealed by data. In stage nine, based on interpretations you make conclusion. Step nine is the bigger picture of step eight. The interpretations and conclusions made at this stage basically answer the research question developed in step three. At last you forward towards preparing the final research project with literature review, a research question and answer to this research question through observation, analysis and interpretation. Here, you have all the required data in your hand, now you have to create the final version of your research project by stat writing drafts for each section and then assembling and combining all the drafts.

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