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Title: Syllabus, INF 397C Introduction to Research in Information Studies, Summer 2009
Authors: Lukenbill, W. Bernard
Keywords: syllabus
lesson plan
Issue Date: 19-May-2009
Abstract: Course Description Nature of social science research and its role in library and information science. Critical evaluation of research in the literature. Performance and reporting of empirical research. Qualitative and quantitative data collection and analysis techniques, including descriptive and inferential statistics. Graduate standing required.
Description: Basic concepts for INF research based on social science research; The relationship between social science research in INF and other disciplines; The concept of theory and its place in INF research; Basic techniques of research design and planning; Basic procedures for data collection and analysis; Basic elements of research ethics and legalities
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2081/20954
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