Research Methods Introductory (ERES 800.3)

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Introduction to research methods, with special reference to research in Education. The basic principles of research, both quantitative and qualitative, are discussed. Skills necessary for the production of research proposals are developed, e.g. techniques for surveying the research literature, and the collection and analysis of data.

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