If you are using surveys for research, these ten problems may be costing you dearly in time and money.
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Here they are, ten rules for designing a survey:
Using a previously published and validated survey can save you hours and hours of time.
Using a previously published tool also adds validity to a research project. This is particularly true when surveys are used as evaluation tools to judge the effectiveness of ...
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A great introduction can be key to winning at the peer-review process, and should answer three questions: 1-“What are you trying to prove?” 2-“Who Cares?” 3-“Could this possibly be true?”
Whether you like the peer review process or not, it is probable that for the present and near future peer review will be the only way to get your research published in high impact journals. I have seen great research fail to be published simply because the authors do not play the peer review process well. This series of articles is targeted at junior to mid-level researchers although experienced researchers ...
By Jeffrey Franc